We get a lot of instances despatched our manner. Some of them are completely tremendous however not exceptional in our eyes, however instances might be subjective. You would possibly like them.
Carved MagSafe Cases for $59: Epoxy resin is having a little bit of a second. (My YouTube is crammed with methods to transform a espresso desk into an attractive epoxy resin desk.) These instances are lovely, and there are such a lot of enjoyable designs to select from. The buttons are glorious, the cutouts are all correct, and the mute swap is simple to entry. The sides are grippy, and you get a pleasant microfiber internal. No complaints right here!
PopSockets Plant-Based Case for MagSafe for $50: Made from plant-based supplies, the case itself is sweet, with clicky buttons. I like that the PopSockets grip isn’t built-in. You can slide it off whenever you needn’t use it, like whenever you wish to benefit from MagSafe charging. The grip doubles as a kickstand, however solely in panorama orientation. If you have already got a PopSockets case or grip, you’ll be able to swap out the grip for the brand new plant-based one.
Caudabe Sheath MagSafe Case for $38: (*14*) Sheath was my absolute favourite case for the iPhone 13, and whereas I’m not as enamored with it now, it is nonetheless glorious. The rear texture is the hallmark, that includes a canvas-like high quality that feels good to run your fingers over. The buttons work nicely, and the case’s edges are raised simply sufficient to guard the display screen and digital camera module. It’s fairly skinny and appears easy, which is nice in the event you’re going for a minimalist aesthetic.
OtterField Ottergrip Symmetry Series for MagSafe for $60: This case has a reasonably good grip system that sits flush with the again of your case and does not interrupt MagSafe capabilities. Unlike many different grips, nevertheless, you’ll be able to’t use it as a kickstand, which appears like a missed alternative. You want two fingers to tug the grip out of the again. I additionally discovered the mute swap somewhat arduous to entry.
OtterField Aneu Series MagSafe Case for $50: These instances are completely tremendous, if somewhat boring. The materials on the again feels as if it’ll present scuffs over time. It presents an excellent MagSafe connection, and the buttons are clicky.
(*21*) Influence MagSafe Case for $34: I attempted a number of (*21*) instances and landed on this one as my favourite. It has the tried-and-true patented mute swap button, which helps you to rotate a wheel to toggle silence on or off—a lot nicer than digging via a tiny gap within the case to flip the swap. The buttons are clicky, the MagSafe connection is strong, and there is a good texture on the again that does not present smudges. You get a lanyard to tote the telephone round your arm. (*21*) is understood for its waterproof instances, and I additionally examined and favored its Total Protection Case ($90), which is sweet for as much as 33 ft underwater. I didn’t see any droplets of water on my iPhone after I submerged it for a while. However, the buttons are a bit arduous to press, and there is no MagSafe.
Casetify The Push-In Case for $52: I believed I had seen all of it with instances, however this one stunned me. It’s so good! You can customise your case by including tiny, cute pins to the pits. The Push-In Pin units are actually cute too. Unfortunately, the case attracts quite a lot of mud and lint, even whether it is fabulously comfortable. It’s additionally actually thick, and this complete factor shall be heavy to hold round. There’s no MagSafe assist. Not very sensible.
Mous Limitless 5.0 MagSafe Walnut Case for $60: If you need a wooden case, this one from Mous will fulfill you. The magnets are robust, it appears enticing, and the thick bumper feels inflexible. There’s even a spot to hook up a lanyard. Not a lot to complain about right here!
Moft Snap MagSafe Case for $40: I like to recommend snagging this in black or clear as a result of the white coloration choice reveals the faint define of the MagSafe ring and does not look good. Otherwise, the buttons are simple to press, the mute swap is accessible, and Moft has strengthened the magnets right here—I can attest that it is definitely tougher to pry some MagSafe equipment off of it. I simply do not discover all of it that enjoyable to have a look at or nice to the contact.
Ampere Biodegradable MagSafe Case for $9: These instances are the definition of nondescript. They look boring and really feel inoffensive (albeit slippery). I’m somewhat aggravated at how clearly the MagSafe ring bleeds via, which supplies it a slightly unfinished look. On the brilliant aspect, they’re absolutely compostable, and Ampere says they’re going to break down utterly in lower than a yr. The edges are raised nicely and the buttons are good to press.
Smartish Gripzilla MagSafe Case for $35: Imagine you squeezed a case so arduous you left your imprints on the edges. That’s just about what the Gripzilla case is like. The grooved edges assist add some additional grip to the entire thing, as does the feel on the bumper. It’s nice if in case you have butterfingers. The mute swap is simple to entry, the buttons are clicky, the sides across the display screen are raised nicely, and there’s MagSafe assist. It checks off quite a lot of containers for a reasonably low value.
Nomad Sport MagSafe Case for $40: The edges across the case may stand to be raised somewhat extra, and as somebody who bites their nails, I had hassle accessing the mute swap. The buttons are snappy, and I like how the thermoplastic elastomer bumper feels, however the PET backplate is somewhat too shiny for my style. I’m additionally not an enormous fan of Nomad’s Modern Leather Folio MagSafe Case ($60)—the pockets extends previous the iPhone’s display screen when it is closed, which irks me.
Nomad Rugged MagSafe Case for $50: If I used to be going to purchase a “rugged” case, I’d not less than hope that the entrance edges have been raised an excellent deal to guard the show within the occasion of a drop. The edges on this case do not stick out as a lot as I’d like. It feels slippery too. It’s a disgrace, as a result of the orange coloration would go rather well with the Apple Watch Ultra.
Zagg Gear4 Denali Snap MagSafe Case for $60: I attempted a number of Gear4 instances and this one is my favourite (a number of the instances I attempted, just like the Brooklyn Snap, had tough-to-press buttons). The Denali has a soft-touch materials that feels fairly good, with a sample on the again so as to add some grip. The buttons work nicely, although I would not have minded extra of a raised edge across the display screen.
Smartish Gripmunk Case for $15: There’s no MagSafe ring, however this skinny case did an honest job of sticking to some MagSafe wi-fi charging stands. As the title suggests, the bumper has a enjoyable grippy texture that makes the telephone keep firmly in your hand and not on the bottom. (The edges are additionally raised fairly nicely.) The buttons are respectable, however pushing them makes a sound that is somewhat squishy. The low value makes it forgivable, and it even is available in varied types.
Pivet Aspect+ Clear MagSafe Case for $45: I like Nimble’s clear case a smidge extra, however it is a good various too. (In sure lighting, the case reveals off a slight rainbow hue, which you won’t like.) It comes with a lanyard that is simple to connect, and the case is biodegradable, so it will decompose in landfill situations inside two to a few years. Pivet is a Black-owned enterprise, which is uncommon within the tech world.
Speck Presidio2 Grip MagSafe Case for $50: I attempted a number of Specks, and too a lot of them have mushy buttons for my style. The Speck Presidio Edition (just for the iPhone 14 Pro collection) and the Presidio2 Grip instances are the outliers. They have clicky buttons, have a soft-touch materials that I like, and I significantly benefit from the grippy texture on the Presidio2.
Spigen Optik Armor MagSafe Case for $27: I’ve by no means felt the necessity to have a privateness cowl on the rear digital camera of my smartphone, however hey, now that you need to use your iPhone as a webcam, possibly it is one thing you are in search of. Just slide the privateness cowl to the suitable to open up the module whenever you wish to use the cameras. It feels protecting general, with a thick and inflexible bumper throughout the show, snappy buttons, and a leather-like texture on the again.
OtterField Otter + Pop Symmetry Case for $60: If you love utilizing a PopSockets grip on a regular basis, then it could be value snagging this case. It’s fairly cumbersome and thick, however you’ll be able to push out the grip so as to add some stability. You may also come out the grip utterly to wirelessly cost your iPhone 14, however it’s somewhat inconvenient. There’s no MagSafe assist, however every thing else checks out.
OtterField Amplify Glass Screen Protector for $50: This OtterField was equally simple to use, although it wasn’t as correct because the Smartish. (There’s room so that you can make some slight errors.) It did, nevertheless, go away the least quantity of air bubbles of all of the display screen protectors.
Incipio Duo ($45), AeroGrip ($60), Idol ($55), Organicore ($45), and Forme ($50): Incipio despatched me a complete batch of its instances to check and, actually, I didn’t care a lot for any of them. They have been all completely tremendous with MagSafe assist (aside from the Organicore), however none had a very fascinating design or texture. They’re simply sort of blasé.
Waterfield Designs Zip iPhone Holster Case for $89: OK, this is not a case, however slightly a holster/pouch combo that you just clip to your belt. It appears and feels good, even when it is a bit Dad™. I used to be in a position to retailer the AirPods Pro within the little sleeve on the within. The YKK zipper is water resistant. Make positive you verify the dimensions information and purchase the suitable one based mostly in your telephone mannequin. It clips to your belt or pants through a magnet.