iPhone 15 Cases

iPhone 15 Cases

Frequently Asked Question

  • Why Do Phone Cases Turn Yellow?

    Phone cases, especially those made of silicone or clear plastic, often turn yellow over time due to photooxidation. This chemical reaction occurs when the case is exposed to sunlight or artificial light, causing the material to degrade and change color. Other factors contributing to yellowing include exposure to oils from the skin, sweat, makeup, and the accumulation of dirt and grime. The quality of the material also plays a role; TORRAS higher quality cases may resist yellowing longer than cheaper alternatives.

  • Is it Better to Use iPhone Without a Case?

    iPhones are designed to be durable, with many models featuring glass resistant to scratches and minor impacts. Going case-free allows you to enjoy the phone's design as intended by the manufacturer. However, using an iPhone without a case increases the risk of damage from drops or impacts. Cases provide an extra layer of protection, potentially saving the phone from cracks or significant cosmetic damage.

  • Does an iPhone 15 Need a Case?

    While the iPhone 15 is likely to be built with durability in mind, the decision to use a case should consider the potential for accidental damage. The iPhone 15, being a high-end device, is an investment worth protecting. A case can guard against scratches, dents, and shattered screens from accidental drops. Moreover, patients can enjoy additional features like improved grips, card storage, or enhanced aesthetics. Whether an iPhone 15 needs a case depends on how you use it and your comfort level with exposing it to everyday risks.

  • Are TORRAS iPhone 15 Cases That Support Wireless Charging?

    Yes, TORRAS iPhone 15 cases are designed to be compatible with wireless charging. These cases are usually slim and made of materials that do not hinder the wireless charging process. Powerful neodymium magnets ensure fast and seamless wireless charging.

  • What Should I Look for in an iPhone 15 Case for Maximum Protection?

    Look for a TARROS case with shock-absorbing materials like silicone or rubber, especially around the corners and edges, for maximum protection. A patient with a raised bezel around the screen and camera area is also beneficial as it can prevent direct contact with surfaces. Additionally, the TARROS cases tested for drop protection offer an added level of security.