Anyone buy Apple leather, silicone case for iPhone 6?

Sharunda

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Does anyone have the leather case on AND the Zagg glass (iPhone 6 or more importantly, the 6 Plus)? Does the case affect the glass at all, i.e. does it touch it?
Thanks in advance
Yes, I do. The Apple leather does not come in contact with the ZAGG Glass protector at all. Check the pics. That's the Black Apple Leather Case on my iPhone 6+.

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Does anyone have the leather case on AND the Zagg glass (iPhone 6 or more importantly, the 6 Plus)? Does the case affect the glass at all, i.e. does it touch it?
Thanks in advance
I have the 6+ with Zagg glass and the black leather case, and the the glass does not touch the edge of the case at all.
 

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Does anyone have the leather case on AND the Zagg glass (iPhone 6 or more importantly, the 6 Plus)? Does the case affect the glass at all, i.e. does it touch it?
Thanks in advance
They work great together. The case will not affect the glass protector. They don't go all the way to the edge. I don't use screen protectors, but I know people who do and I've seen lots of pics with of the glass and leather combo.
 

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I've just bought a black leather case for my iPhone 6 but it seems slightly loose/baggy at the sides.

Is this the norm or have I got a very slight duff?
 

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I've just bought a black leather case for my iPhone 6 but it seems slightly loose/baggy at the sides.

Is this the norm or have I got a very slight duff?
I have a few of them and haven't had that problem with any of them. It should fit securely without loose/open areas. Can you post a picture? You can get it replaced if there is a problem.
 

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I've just bought a black leather case for my iPhone 6 but it seems slightly loose/baggy at the sides.

Is this the norm or have I got a very slight duff?
That sounds like it was used or maybe defective. All my Apple Leather cases are stiff and not loose at all. I figure with time and usage they will get loose but not right away.

If you can go to an Apple store or wherever you purchased that, return it or exchange it if this bothers you.
 

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It's not visibly loose, I can just feel that it 'gives' a bit when you squeeze the sides.

Like I said, if it's defective then it's a small problem. My 5s leather case was tight to the phone is all, whereas this one just feels very slightly baggy. You can notice it if you squeeze or shake the handset a bit.

Not sure whether it bothers me enough to exchange, but at £35 you do expect perfection.
 

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It's not visibly loose, I can just feel that it 'gives' a bit when you squeeze the sides.

Like I said, if it's defective then it's a small problem. My 5s leather case was tight to the phone is all, whereas this one just feels very slightly baggy. You can notice it if you squeeze or shake the handset a bit.

Not sure whether it bothers me enough to exchange, but at £35 you do expect perfection.
Yes, you are correct. For the price, it should fit perfect.

I'm glad it doesn't bother you and you can live with it. However, keep in mind this is leather and it will probably loosen with use. So if it's slightly loose now, imagine how it may fit a month from now.

I just tried to squeeze my leather case while on the iPhone and I get no give because it's tight. I shook the iPhone with the case on it and there is no movement. Your description of baggy is correct. It would have to be a "slightly baggy" fit for this to be able to happen. If you can live with it, then cool.