How deep can a LifeProof case go underwater?

How deep can a LifeProof case go underwater?

Using the LifeProof Cases Underwater The submerged depth limit is two meters (or 6.6 feet), so these are definitely not deep-dive devices. This is sufficient depth protection for snorkeling and most water play.

Are LifeProof cases actually waterproof?

Get peace of mind before an accident by selecting one of LifeProof’s durable, waterproof cases. Both the LifeProof NǕǕD and LifeProof FRĒ cases provide waterproof protection in up to 6.6 feet of water. They’re both DirtProof and SnowProof, too, and can survive drops from up to 4 feet.

How do you get moisture out of a LifeProof case?

With the empty case, place it in a lukewarm water bath or rinse it under the faucet. Make sure to get loose any dirt in the corners or in the ports. Dry the case halves. Shake off as much moisture as you can, then wipe it down with a soft cloth.

How thick is a LifeProof iPhone case?

The Lifeproof Fre measures 5.9 inches by 3.1 inches by 0.53 inches. It is significantly less bulky than the Defender. Note especially the difference in thickness too — the Fre is only 0.53 inches thick (10 mm) which makes the Defender about 2.5x the thickness.

Can u take pictures underwater with iPhone 12?

No. The phone is not waterproof. It is moisture and dust resistant. And water damage is not covered by the warranty.

Do LifeProof cases make it hard to hear?

You can still hear the other person, but due to how the Lifeproof case is designed to be waterproof, the phone is completely sealed, so the sound coming through the speaker (ear piece) is reduced somewhat.

How long do LifeProof cases last?

LifeProof and its affiliated companies worldwide (“LifeProof”) warrants our LifeProof products against defects in material or workmanship for a period of one year from the original date of purchase of the product by a consumer (the “Warranty Period”).