Most iPhone 14 cases should allow for wireless charging without removing the case. However, some materials or particularly thick cases may interfere with wireless charging. It's best to check the product description or with the manufacturer to be certain.
Most cases, especially those made of non-metallic materials, don't interfere with signal reception. However, some heavy-duty or metallic cases might cause signal issues. If this is a concern, check customer reviews or consult with the manufacturer before purchasing.
The cleaning process depends on the case's material. Plastic and silicone cases can often be cleaned with mild soap and water. Leather cases might require specific leather cleaning products. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions to avoid damaging the case.
If Apple continues with the MagSafe feature introduced with the iPhone 12, there will likely be iPhone 14 cases that are MagSafe compatible. These cases have built-in magnets that align and securely attach to MagSafe accessories.
There are often cases designed to offer high-level protection while also being slim. These cases balance drop protection with a design that doesn't add too much bulk to the phone.