No sooner has Apple announced their new iPhone 12 than motorcycle mounting specialists Quadlock have announced they are taking orders for the cases. The new iPhone 12 comes in four models: iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. Australian-designed Quadlock iPhone 12 cases will cost $US29.95 and begin shipping later this month. The case mounts directly to their clever and secure Quadlock system which you can now get with an attachment to power the phone via a cable or with a wireless charger. Meanwhile, touchscreen glove specialists Mujjo have also developed leather cases for the iPhone 12 so you don’t have to remove your gloves to access the screen. Of all the touchscreen gloves we have used, these are the best, although they are not armoured for rider protection, but they do plan to introduce motorcycle-specific gloves soon. Mujjo say their craftsman-made leather cases will match the flat, angular edges of the new phone. They are made with full-grain vegetable tanned leather that “ages beautifully, acquiring a unique patina truly personal to your character”. The leather bezel rises 1mm above the edge of the screen for protection against screen breakage. Mujjo cases are lined with Japanese microfibre and are available with a leather card pocket designed to hold up to three bank, ID or commuter cards. They come in black, tan, blue and slate green and cost from $US44.90 to $US54.90.