Best iPhone 12 Pro Waterproof Cases 2023

A warranty is a terrible thing to waste. Since water damage can void your iPhone 12 Pro's warranty, it's a good idea to put a waterproof case on it if you really plan to submerge the device. Yes, this model is waterproof, but any crack or dent can compromise that, so why not be extra safe? If you like to err on the side of caution, these are the best iPhone 12 Pro Waterproof cases.

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By using one of the best iPhone 12 Pro Waterproof cases, you can rest assured that you won't lose out on your warranty due to water damage. We prefer the Ghostek Nautical Waterproof Case for its range of benefits, from shock protection to water protection, at a reasonable mid-line price.

However, if you need a waterproof case for outdoor cycling, only the FitClic U-Dry Case will do. This one keeps your phone dry and secure with a built-in bicycle mounting system. You'll need to weigh the pros and cons of each case to see which fits into your own lifestyle. If none of them work for you, then a rugged protective case might be the better option.

Jaclyn Kilani

Jaclyn Kilani is a content writer at iMore. She's a longtime Apple addict with a flair for creating (written works, design, photos; you name it!) on her devices. Jaclyn has also worked in the marketing sector for over 16 years, dabbling in a bit of everything from writing to graphic design and digital marketing. In her heart of hearts, however, she is a born writer and an avid reader who adores everything about the written word. Someday she may even churn out a book or two.

Throughout her career, Jaclyn has also developed something of an addiction to all things Apple. Her professional and personal life is enhanced by an ever-growing collection of iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Apple Watches, and even AirTags. Luckily, this expensive habit is of great use to her work at iMore, where she writes with authority on Apple products and the accessories that go with them.