iPhone 8 Plus / 7 Plus Silicone Case — Flash
Designed by Apple to complement your iPhone, the form of the silicone case fits snugly over the volume buttons, side button and curves of your device without adding bulk. A soft microfibre lining on the inside helps protect your iPhone. On the outside, the silky, soft-touch finish of the silicone feels great in your hand. And you can keep it on all the time, even when you’re charging iPhone 8 Plus wirelessly.
What’s in the Box
iPhone 8 Plus / 7 Plus Silicone Case
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 7 Plus
Answers from the community
Will this case fit the iPhone 6s Plus? Has anyone tried it?
- Asked by Robert R from Mililani
- on 14 Dec. 2019
Are these iphone silicone cases BPA - free ?
No answers yet
- Asked by Behiye Almıla K from San Jose
- on 8 Dec. 2019
does the iPhone 8 need a screen protector
- Asked by Neil R from Cupertino
- on 11 Nov. 2018
Screen protectors are not really needed as long as you don't carry coins or a key in the same pocket Screen protectors are not really needed as long as you don't carry coins or a key in the same pocket with your iPhone. I haven't been using any for long time as the case already protects the edges and nothing happened to my screen. It depends on how you keep your device safe. Imo, screen protector films are just imposed to our minds as mandatory which would benefit only sellers.
- Answered by Can P from Cork City
- on 19 Jul. 2019
Hi, does this case fit the iPod Touch ?
- Asked by Glen O from Malahide
- on 14 Dec. 2018
does the case add much bulk to the phone
- Asked by Alan M from Carrickmacross
- on 10 May 2018
The case does not add a lot of bulk. The case is super thin and protective. This is definitely a gre The case does not add a lot of bulk. The case is super thin and protective. This is definitely a great case for your new iPhone 8+, but if you’re looking for more protection than just normal use, going with a Tech 21 Case or OtterBox case is the way to go. This case will protect for minor drops and protect your back glass from scratching over time.
- Answered by Jorge S from Brandon
- on 26 Nov. 2018