Your iPhone 11 is fantastically crafted. This comes in a beautiful range of colors and you’ll want to keep this pretty. If you want a clear case to show off the color of the iPhone, or you love the leather look, or you need a rugged case to protect you in the field, these are the best iPhone 11 cases.
Speck cases are protective and have flexible corners to make it easy to put on and remove the case. This totally clear case shows off your gorgeous new iPhone 11’s color.
This basic TPU case has reinforced corners to protect the iPhone’s most vulnerable points. It’s clear so that you can show off the iPhone 11 color you picked.
Available in various colors like black, cognac, and green, the Woolnut leather case offers a slim design. Watch as a beautiful patina transforms the case in time.
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Marble is in, and this ultra-slim TPU case is right on-trend. Note that this case is more for scratch protection than heavy drops.
This ultra-clear polycarbonate case has a colorful bumper to match—or contrast with—your iPhone 11.
If you’re looking for something a bit more rugged, check out Temdan. It’s got a clear back and full-body coverage, including a built-in screen protector.
You can leave your wallet at home, the Innge iPhone Wallet Case has you covered. Stash your cards and cash inside; the magnetic flap closure keeps them secure. The case also doubles as a kickstand.
Nomad makes gorgeous leather iPhone cases that are just as protective as they are elegant. It’s both sleek and supple with its blend of polycarbonate and full-grain premium Horween leather.
I’m a fan of Totallee’s absolute minimalist cases. One of the first case makers to list cases for the newest iPhones, Totallee guarantees a perfect fit or a free replacement.
Grip2ü’s Slim iPhone Case is feather-light, but it has a grip band on the back, so you don’t drop your iPhone while taking selfies. The careful design lets you charge your phone wirelessly with the case on, unlike most cases with grips on the back. It comes in six different colors, plus you can change out the grip band for different looks.
You get endless design options with CASETiFY’s whimsical case. You can choose a slimmer case or a more protective one. Then, choose your bumper color. Finally, pick your design for the back. If the thousands offered aren’t enough, you can custom create and upload your own.
Bring on the bling with this non-shedding sparkly case. Bling not your thing? Choose from tons of other colorful and fun patterns.
This rugged case from Spigen is a classic. It’s got a cutout for the Apple logo, so no one has doubts about which phone you own. Plus, it has a kickstand for video viewing.
You want a big ol’ tank case, but you still want it to look feminine and fun? Here’s the case for you. The three layers include a rigid plastic front panel, soft silicone core, and hard PC back cover. The trendy marble and pineapple design keep it cute.
This pretty little waterfall case is filled with blingy glitter and hearts that flow through the case as you move. Unlike most waterfall cases, this one is slim and flexible. Choose from four different colors.
The iPhone 11 is IP68 rated for submersion up to two meters for 30 minutes, which is great for unintentional spills. This case has the same rating, which gives you even more protection.
The clear case shows off the amazing color of your iPhone 11, overlaid with an adorable floral pattern. The flexible TPU bumper and hard PC back maximize protection while maintaining a slim profile.
Come on, do I really need a case?
I have a colleague who prides herself that she does not use a case. She has been dragging around a broken phone for weeks that she is just too stubborn to fix or replace. I am biting my tongue not to say “I told you so,” though I definitely told her that it was going to happen before she dropped her phone. I’ve seen more cracked / damaged / dropped phones than I could count when I worked at the Apple Store, and I was a product manager (salesperson), not a technician (repair person).
But since YOU’RE here to hear my advice, it’s this: use a case. There’s no excuse to say, “I don’t like cases,” because there are so many options out there. Even the thinnest, nearly invisible cases are better protection than none at all. I do still recommend getting AppleCare+ because some drops are going to do damage even with a case. But AppleCare+ only gets you a couple of repairs (or replacements), and you’ll still need to pay a deductible, plus a repair can take hours out of your day. So, a simple case could save you a lot of time and money.
Do I need to spend a lot on a decent case?
Definitely not. I have a wide variety of regular rotation cases; yes, on a daily basis I match my case to my outfit. My favorite cases’ prices range from roughly $10 to $100. A cheap TPU case can also cover, and sometimes even better, the most elegant top-grain leather. It is the case’s shape and construction which matters more than price or materials.
How can I tell if a case is protective enough?
Typically, a thick, rugged, heavy-duty case would be more secure than a thinner one. Whether you’re going heavy-duty or not, always look for higher-than-screen case edges so if you put your iPhone face down on a table, the phone wouldn’t touch the wall. You may want the phone’s back to be thicker than the camera hump, to offer some protection to your camera lenses. It is good to have some sort of textured grip on the edges of the case to make it less likely you would drop the case first. Also, if you don’t want the metal phone bezel to grow micro scratches, look for a bumper that goes all around the handset. Reinforced corners are a nice touch, too, also a nice touch since that area is so vulnerable to drops.
Will a barely-there case protect at all?
Barely-there is better than not there at all. It will definitely guard against scratching your iPhone. You’ll probably get protection from very light / smooth drops. I dropped my iPhone onto the pavement from waist height in a barely-there case, and no, my phone didn’t survive. If I had been inside and dropped onto a carpet, that might have been. But I can’t recommend a case for drop protection that’s barely out there.
Do I need a screen protector, too?
I would suggest it. Unless you do not have one, over time your computer will probably grow micro-scratches. Even if you’re not bothered by little scratches, a screen protector can also help prevent your iPhone screen from cracking. I saw several people coming in for a new screen protector when I was working at Apple, because theirs had cracked in a drop … But the underside of the iPhone screen was still pristine.
What type of case is best?
That’s an entirely personal decision. A heavy-duty case is obviously your best protection against gravity’s will, but if you’re like me, you really don’t like a bulky case. I’ll use one if I must, like if I use up my two AppleCare+ incidents, for example. I tend to choose a slim-to-medium case, but you do you. I’m not too picky about materials, I’m fine with TPU if the case is cute, but I do also love a luxurious leather.
Otherwise, what you need is about the feature collection. Planning on using wireless charging? Do not then pick a case on the back with a key, pocket or PopSocket. When you don’t need to charge wirelessly, those apps will certainly come in handy on the back. If you don’t want to wear a separate wallet, portfolio-style wallet cases are a handy all-in-one solution. They are bulky though, so if you don’t need that feature a folio isn’t worth it.
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