DailyObjects has released cases and accessories for the iPhone 14 series

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Made of polycarbonate, TPU and aluminium, the Vulcan case comes with a dark grey alloy camera ring and buttons and helps retain the original look of the phone since it is transparent. Compatible with iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, the case starts from Rs 1,799.

Several new goods, including the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch Ultra, Apple WatchSE Gen 2, and AirPods 2, were also unveiled by Apple alongside the iPhone 14 series a short time ago. Here, we’ll look at a few of DailyObjects’ newest add-ons for its recently announced products.


  • Offering drop protection of up to 6.6 feet, the Stride 2.0 Clear case is made from Thermoplastic Polyurethane and Polycarbonate. The company claims it has a shock-absorbing exterior, scratch resistance and supports wireless charging. Compatible with all iPhone 14 series models, the case is available in various designs and starts from Rs 1,399.

  • Designed for all iPhone 14 series models, the company claims that the Nimbus phone case offers a four-layered cushioned structure and military-grade protection. It comes with removable buttons and support for wireless charging. The transparent case starts from Rs 1,699.The Flekt Silicon case is for those looking for a lightweight case with a soft touch. Offering shock and drop protection, it is available in black, green, pink and blue. The case is available for all iPhone 14 models and starts from Rs 1,399.

Apart from cases and screen guards, DailyObjects has also announced leather, braided solo loop and silicone watchbands that come with or without bumper protection. Available for Apple Watch Ultra, Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch SE, the watch bands start from Rs 1,599.

The company has also announced a 9H toughened screen guard that blocks side-viewing. DailyObjects claims that the protector is anti-smudge and anti-fingerprint. Compatible with iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, it starts from Rs 999.

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