This is actually the most popular way people are telling us they use Wally Case: not as a wallet replacement, but as an easy way to simplify what they need to grab and go for that quick trip to the store, a fun night out, or on a trip where you only need the essentials. The less we need to carry, the lighter the load – and even better if no one can tell that your iPhone is also your wallet. With the announcement of Apple Passbook becoming Apple Wallet, we suspect more and more of you will be able to make the lighter leap from your thick wallets to simply a Wally Case."As a person who has been accused many times of having a thick wallet, I know I can't fit everything into the Wally. But for situations where I don't want to carry a wallet and just need ID, a credit card, and some cash, it's perfect. It's really the perfect companion for Apple Pay where you don't really need all that many cards with you. I know I will continue to use the case as my primary iPhone 6 Plus case for as long as I have the phone." – Steve Sande, AppleWorld.Today
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