Apple’s New iPhone 12 Studio Lets You Mix And Match Cases, Wallets On-Screen

Apple’s newly launched iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro lineup is one of its most colorful yet, not least in the way that it allows users to mix and match the color of their devices with the color of their accessories.

The company is now making it easier than ever to see which colors go best with others via the new iPhone 12 Studio.

A web page rather than an app, the tool lets users select an iPhone size and color and then put a case on it. That gives them the chance to take colors, combinations of colors, or a spin at a time where they can’t just head into an Apple Store and do it.

Users can even take the Apple leather wallet for a spin as well, lapping it onto the back of the imaginary iPhone using imaginary MagSafe.

Apple has done things like this before, specifically for the Apple Watch. The wearable is another example of something those color and material choices are personal – and users can’t try them on in-store like they once did.

Once people have created their fancy new look they can share the whole thing to Twitter via the #iPhone12Studio tag. It’s a pretty great way to get a feel for what people have come up with, too.

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