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All the best iPhone 11 cases revealed so far


OtterBox iPhone 11 cases
OtterBox is one of many companies that quickly unveiled a lineup of iPhone 11 cases.
Photo: OtterBox

Accessory makers rushed to unveil cases that fit the just-announced iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro series. These range from Mophie’s powerful battery case to more simple ones designed to bring additional protection.

There are new cases in a plethora of designs from Apple, OtterBox, Gear4, Speck, Mujjo and more. Some are available now, while others are coming soon.

Mophie Juice Pack Access

Mophie Juice Pack Access for iPhone 11
Mophie hasn’t yet revealed the exact design of the Juice Pack Access for iPhone 11.
Photo: Mophie

Apple says all its 2019 iPhones have longer battery lives than their predecessors, but the Mophie Juice Pack Access can add further to that. The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro versions include a 2,000mAh battery, while the version for the iPhone 11 Pro Max includes a 2,200mAh one. Each case uses Qi wireless charging to send power to the iPhone while leaving the handset’s Lightning port open.

This latest iteration of the Juice Pack Access line will debut in October for $99.95, and will be offered in black, blush pink, and (Product) Red.


Going beyond just making the handsets, Apple also produces cases for them. There’s a clear plastic case and a silicon case in white or black for the iPhone 11. The same is true for the iPhone 11 Pro series, but with the silicon case also available in many more colors, like orange, green red, yellow and more.

In addition, this company makes a leather case for the Pro series handsets in almost as wide a range of colors. A leather folio comes in black or dark purple.

These are all available now in prices going from $39 to $129.


OtterBox, whose name is synonymous with rugged cases, is out with multiple cases for Apple’s latest.

The Symmetry Series is designed to protect against daily drops and bumps without adding too much bulk. The Commuter Series boasts a hard outer shell and inner silicone slipcover, and OtterBox’s Defender Series is even more rugged.

Otter + Pop pairs protection with a built-in PopGrip, while the Strada Series offers leather-clad protection in a wallet case.

These are all available now on the OtterBox website. Prices a start at $39.95 and go up to $69.95.


Gear4 iPhone 11 case
Gear4 offers colorful iPhone 11 cases, as do many of its rivals.
Photo: Gear4

No less than seven cases for the 2019 handsets are already available from Gear4. These offer at least 13 feet of drop protection, and come in clear or a range of colors.

Prices start at $39.99, and go up to the $59.99 Platoon, which can survive a drop of 20 feet — which Gear4 claims makes it the “world’s most impact protective phone case.”


Speck is making its iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max cases stand out with Microban antimicrobial protection, reducing bacteria growth on the surface of the case by up to 99%. Also, its fresh offerings like the Presidio Pro promise drop protection to 13 feet.

The new Presidio Stay Clear also has an anti-oil absorption coating and resistance to UV yellowing. Its Glitter line offers crystals embedded into the case’s hard outer layer. And this is just some of the new products; there’s a wallet case, a folio, and much more.

Speck’s prices start at $34.95 and go up to $44.95. These products can be ordered now on their creator’s website.


Moshi’s cases for the new iOS handsets include Overture, a slim case with a detachable magnetic wallet, and Altra, a textured case with wrist strap and optional body strap. These work with the company’s SnapTo mounting system.

Pre-orders will start on September 20, the day Apple launches its newest devices. This accessory maker is asking between $24.95 and $44.95 for these.


Mujjo leather iPhone 11 cases
Mujjo pre-announced a lineup of leather iPhone 11 cases in a range of colors.
Photo: Mujjo

Mujjo, known for its fine leather iPhone cases, is embracing Apple’s latest, of course. It will make sleek coverings for all the new models, both with a pouch for credit cards and without. These will come in an array of colors, including a new Alpine Green.

Pricing and release dates have not yet be set, however.


BodyGuardz is another company with cases for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Its Paradign S case has a transparent back with a reflective, iridium finish, but also offers three layers of protection.

The Accent Duo Case is genuine leather and includes a removable wrist strap. An Accent Wallet Case adds slots for two credit cards.

These can be pre-ordered now, or soon. Prices range from $44.95 to $59.95.

Urban Armor Gear

UAG iPhone 11 cases
UAG unveiled five cases for the iPhone 11 with multiple designs and materials.
Photo: Urban Armor Gear

UAG will offer protective cases with a dash of style for all the fresh Apple offerings. A new lineup includes Monarch, Pathfinder, Metropolis, Plasma and Plyo series crafted from a range of materials like leather, metal and plastic. Each of these designs meet Military Drop Standards, and boasts scratch-resistant skid pads and protective screen surrounds.

Pricetags go from $34.95 to $59.95 on this case maker’s website.


Totallee specializes in very slender cases. Its offerings for the new iOS handsets are just 0.02 inches thick “for everyday protection against scratches and bumps,” according to this manufacturer.

There are a range of case colors, clear, and leather. Prices go from $29 to $39 on this company’s website.


The Ekster iPhone 11 case has integrated slots for two cards, an extra SIM for when you’re traveling, and a reset pin to help you change that SIM. There’s even room for cash inside the case.

Pricing has not yet been set.