10 Of The Best iPhone Cases

10 Of The Best iPhone Cases


From storing a credit card to adding a touch of pizzazz to your look, an iPhone case can do more than just protect your phone. Proving form and function aren’t mutually exclusive we’ve rounded up some of the best cases out there.

Best for... something durable 

Frē Case, £69.99, Lifeproof
If you’re a hardcore adventurer, or just after a bit of extra protection for your tech, you can’t go wrong with a Lifeproof case. Corner sealing makes its Fre model waterproof; a built-in screen cover offers robust drop protection. The slim, all-black design ensures this tough case doesn’t compromise on style either.

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Best for... something clever

Smart Battery Case, £129, Apple

Always running out of juice? Apple’s Smart Battery Case incorporates a battery pack that automatically charges your phone whenever it starts to run low. You can charge your case and iPhone simultaneously, or plug it into your laptop for a quick boost. The inside of the case has a soft microfibre lining, while the outside is made from soft-touch easy-grip silicone.
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Best for... something bold

Premium Silicone Case, £20 (was £24.99), Mintapple
Mintapple’s simple silicone cases come in an array of colours from bright red to muted yellow. Each one fits neatly on your phone and features a 1.9mm thick, premium silicone outer with non-slip grip, as well as a microfibre lining. They’re also easy to clean and matching AirPods cases are available.
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Best for... something practical

Clic Card Leather Case, £40, Native Union
If you want to keep your bank cards or ID to hand, go for this sleek Native Union number, which includes a card slot on the reverse. It’s made from soft leather with neat curved edges to prevent any screen damage. Smart and practical, this case is available in black and deep navy, and with a canvas or marble effect.
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Best for... something simple

Symmetry Series Clear Case, £29.99, Otterbox
Let your phone do the talking with this clear case from Otterbox. The ultra-slim model is made from polycarbonate and rubber, with a slightly raised screen bumper to avoid shattering. It fits neatly over the volume buttons and mute switch while leaving the base free for your headphones and charger. 
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Best for... something classic

Leather Case, £50, Hugs And Co
For something traditional, Hugs and Co’s slimline leather cases come in a choice of ten colours including tan and brown. Made from soft, full-grain Italian leather, they’re made from models from the iPhone 6 up to the iPhone X.
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Best for... something dapper

Panama Case, £62 (was £152), Smythson
Smythson’s pouches will protect your phone from scrapes or scratches whether it’s in your jacket pocket or briefcase. In cross-grain leather, they have a stud closure for extra security and can also be personalised with initials.
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Best for... something sensible

Card Holder Phone Case, £65, Bellroy
Keep cards hidden with Bellroy’s clever case. It can fit three cards in an integrated compartment with a magnetic closure to ensure security. A soft microfibre lining keeps the device tightly in place – should you drop it, flex polymer edging offers decent protection. The flap doubles up as a stand, if you’re watching video.
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Best for... something personalised

Personalised Phone Case, £25, Koko
This leather-look model come in an array of colours and can be embossed with your initials in gold, copper or silver foil. With an ultra-slim design to keep it lightweight, the hard case will take the brunt of drops or spills. Keep it classic with the black or deep navy colourways – go for bright red if you want something easy to spot.
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Best for... something timeless

Nomad Rugged Case, £69.95, The Tech Bar
Crafted in Horween leather from one of America’s oldest tanneries, this Tech Bar case is one of the best out there for both style and quality. The frame is made of rubber, so it bounces off any surface. It’s also drop proof from a height of six feet and is compatible with wireless charging.
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