Apple yesterday unveiled the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. They have better cameras, longer battery life, and unfortunately they won’t fit in your old iPhone cases. But never fear, iDB has you covered. Here is a quick roundup of the best iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro cases available right now.
Best iPhone 11 cases in 2019
- Spigen Liquid Air Armor
- Speck Gemshell Clear
- Case-Mate Barely There Slim
- Nomad Rugged Folio
- Totallee Thin iPhone Case
- Totallee Clear Silicone Case
- Apple Silicone Case
Spigen Liquid Air Armor
This Spigen case is great because it’s very slim and lightweight, it’s easy to put on and take off, it features military-grade drop protection, and it has a great non-slip texture on the back. This one fits the iPhone 11.
Speck Gemshell Clear
If you want to showcase the gorgeous design of your new iPhone, check out this Gemshell clear case from Speck. It’s not super thin, but that means more protection against dings and drops. Fits the iPhone 11.
Case-Mate Barely There Slim
Here is an ultra-slim case for the folks that want protection, but don’t want extra bulk. It measures just 2mm thin, has large cutouts for buttons and ports, and its clip-on design makes it easy to put on. iPhone 11 Pro.
NOMAD Rugged Folio
Here’s a wallet case option from the fine folks at Nomad. It has 3 card slots, a cash slot, and of course it’s wrapped in supple Horween leather. Nomad makes this case in 3 variations, for every iPhone model.
Totallee Thin iPhone Case
Like a screen protector for your entire phone. Totallee’s cases are .02 inches thin, 0.1 oz light and feature no visible branding. They come in a variety of finishes and colors, including clear, and are available for all models.
Totallee Clear Silicone Case
I decided to add this one to the list after using it myself for a few days on my iPhone 11 Pro. It’s not nearly as thin as the above Thin case, but I think it strikes a nice balance between thinness and protection. Plus it is thinner than the Speck, cheaper too.
Apple Silicone Case
We’d obviously be remiss to not mention Apple’s own cases. They’re a little on the expensive side, but they’re also very well-made, so it’s up to you to decide if they’re worth the extra money.