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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by JohnnyDJunior, Sep 14, 2014.
So i just started to think, would having a case interrupt NFC from working. ex. Apple Pay
Likely not any more than it would interrupt wifi or cellular signal.
Yeah, that's why Apple is selling cases for the phone.
What a dumb question.
You'll be fine with a case.
Is the case made of lead?
NFC has low range but its not that low.
Well if you compare Apples cases to any other vendors you would notices Apples is a lot thinner.. Just a question since other ppl have cases on their NFC phones...
My otterbox is very thick, as it's intended to protect my 5S against falls. Logic and common sense should tell you unless a case is made of lead, NFC will work just fine.
On that note, the NFC should work with other NFC devices (e.g. a printer) too right? Not just Pay?
Most likely locked to only Apple Pay. Maybe it will be a jailbreak feature to open the NFC to everything.