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Description

Intricately engineered, Moshi's SenseCover is a unique case with a touch-sensitive cover that offers complete front and backside protection for your iPhone. The hybrid leatherette front cover is embedded with proprietary SensArray pads that allow you to answer and talk on the phone without having to open the cover. It works seamlessly with Moshi's iVisor for extra screen protection. Elegant in both form and function, SenseCover is simply a joy to use.

Features

  • Complete protection with strong polycarbonate hardshell and leatherette front cover.
  • Check date/time, answer/reject calls and swipe off alarms without opening the cover.
  • Magnetic clasp keeps cover closed or folded back while accessing touchscreen.
  • All buttons and cameras remain accessible while inside the case.

Specifications

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    iPhone SE/5s/5 Touch Sensitive Flip Case

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Instructions

Backside Buffer Film Installation

The backside buffer film is located between two stickers (marked #1 and #2). Please follow the instructions below to apply the film to your iPhone's backside.

  • Use the provided microfiber cloth to wipe away any dust particles on the backside of the iPhone.
  • Peel off backing #1 (as marked) facing down to avoid any dust particles adhering to the film's surface.
  • Apply the buffer film by aligning against all four sides of the iPhone.
  • Use the microfiber cloth to smooth out the buffer film during the installation.
  • Peel off backing #2 (as marked) and use the microfiber cloth to squeeze out any air bubbles toward the sides.

Note: Dust particles that accidentally fall on the buffer film during installation will cause bubbles and can be easily removed with scotch tape.

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