Tech Apple Review: UAG Metropolis Case for iPhone 12 Pro Max

Review: UAG Metropolis Case for iPhone 12 Pro Max


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If you recently purchased an iPhone 12 Pro Max, you will want to protect it. Here is our review of the Metropolis Case iPhone 12 Pro Max from UAG.

Metropolis Series, sleek silhouettes and 360-degree unstoppable protection. Always using premium materials this series is functionality and protection in perfect harmony. Bring your essentials along for the ride with multiple slots in the inner tab of the case. Available in 3 variants, Smooth Finish PU (SATN), Supple Italian Leather (LTHR), and High strength abrasion resistant fabric, Armortex (FIBR).

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

The Metropolis case is a wrap-around case that protects both the back, sides and the front of the phone. When you open the front cover you have access to the screen, and also three credit card slots so you can carry your cards around with your phone if you choose to do so. You can also use the cover to help with hands-free viewing of content on your phone.

Because it is a full wrap-around case, it does add some bulk to the iPhone, but its an acceptable trade-off for protection (and the card carrying).

Placing the iPhone into the case (and removing it) is very simple and the iPhone feels secure.

This case meets military drop-test standards [MIL STD 810G 516.6] providing increased shock protection so you know you are getting a safe and secure case!

Using the buttons through the case feels natural and they work perfectly.

Wireless charging works perfectly with the case on so you won’t have any problems there.

The Metropolis Case iPhone 12 Pro Max from UAG is available now priced around $49.95 and is available in various colours and finishes. It also comes with a 1 year warranty.

You can learn more from the UAG website.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


  1. I have had UAG metropolis folio cases on 4 different iPhones and 2 iPads. All were great and I never had any issues with any of them. They all had a flap that kept the front cover securely closed. If you dropped your device and it fell on it’s face the cover would protect it. That is not so any longer. There is absolutely NOTHING there to keep the flap closed any longer. From experience already(fortunately without bad results) I have dropped it a few times and every time without fail it has fallen face first and the flap opens wide open exposing your device to whatever it may fall onto. I have purchased their products and told others to purchase their products. I won’t be doing that any longer. It’s really sad that they would take a product that was so well thought out and just ruin it but that is what they have done.


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