4s Iphone Case Best Buy
Read more about the Smartish Gripmunk in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
4s iphone case best buy
Read more about the Apple Leather Case and the Mujjo Full Leather Case in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
Read more about the Smartish Wallet Slayer Vol. 1 in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
Read more about the Smartish Gripzilla, the Speck Presidio Pro, and the Speck Presidio Grip in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
Read more about the Caudabe Veil and Caudabe The Sheath in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
Flaws but not dealbreakers: Unfortunately, the Quad Lock is available only in black, and the thickness of the case can cause it to interfere with Qi wireless chargers and MagSafe chargers. The company sells a Wireless Charging Head for those who encounter issues, but it is expensive.
Read more about the Peak Design Everyday and Quad Lock in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
Those looking for a battery case to match the iPhone X, XS, 8 Plus and 7 Plus should go with Mophie's Juice Pack Air. During our tests, the Mophie case provided an average charge of 45% from empty in just over an hour to the iPhone X, 60% of a full charge to the iPhone 7 Plus in just over an hour and a half, and about 62% to the 8 Plus. The case includes magnetic mounting and wireless-charging compatibility, and it provides good shock protection.
Read more about the Apple Smart Battery Case and the Mophie Juice Pack Air in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.
It's worth pointing out that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are the same sizes as the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, respectively. You might think that you can then interchange cases between them, but you can't. The camera modules on the Pro models are larger, and that means cases for them won't fit on the less expensive iPhones. Last year's iPhone 13 Pro cases also don't fit on this year's Pro models.
Apple's official leather and silicone cases are perfectly fine, if pricey. They look attractive, are fairly slim, have buttons that work well, and the cutouts are accurate. Even the edges around the screen and raised enough to protect the display from hitting the ground. The leather has a luxurious feel, whereas you won't stop running your finger across the silicone case. The only issues? The silicone case attracts dirt and lint (plus a lot of pet hair), so you'll have to clean it often. I found the mute switch a little difficult to reach with the leather case, and you might be annoyed with the fact that the camera bump is raised, so the phone rocks a little on a flat surface.
OtterBox's Symmetry+ series has slowly been winning me over these past few years. It's protective, but not cumbersome. The raised edges around the display are higher than many other basic cases, and the mixture of polycarbonate and synthetic rubber feels durable. (It's also made with more than 50 percent recycled plastic.) The buttons are satisfying to press, the mute switch is accessible, and the MagSafe connection is strong. It does all this without adding too much heft, plus it looks stylish in the tennis ball green (you can also choose between a ton of other colors).
One thing to note: OtterBox says this case has antimicrobial technology to protect the exterior from common bacteria. Don't put much stock into this, as there is scant evidence antimicrobial coatings do much to protect your health. Just wash your hands.
Why spend $50 when you can just spend a little more than $20? Spigen has made some of our favorite cheap cases and these two are no exception. There's the Silicone Fit and Rugged Armor, both of which have MagSafe magnets embedded inside and clicky buttons, plus a roomy gap for the mute switch.
The Silicone Fit is almost indistinguishable in look and feel from the official Apple silicone case (barring the lack of an Apple logo), with similar edge protection for the display. The Rugged Armor has a dull design, but the various textures around the case give it some character. As the name suggests, the latter will give you a smidge more protection as it has padding on the corners.
The case comes in plastic-free packaging that's fully recyclable, and Nimble's One-for-One Tech Recovery Project lets you download a free shipping label after your purchase to send your old plastic phone case in for a 15 percent off coupon for your next order.
Sonix has dozens of gorgeous, cute, and stylish designs to choose from. In particular, I really like the new Sky Fantasy and Goldie MagSafe Cases. The ports are well exposed, the buttons are satisfying to press, and there's good screen protection with the raised edges (though the camera bumper could stand to be a few extra millimeters taller). Sonix says these cases are made with biodegradable materials that will decompose faster than traditional plastic (three to five years instead of hundreds or thousands of years) in landfill conditions, and its packaging is 100 percent recyclable. Its Re-Sonix program also lets you donate your old case to get a 30 percent coupon.
London-based Atom Studios is new to me, but it only took mere moments to feel enamored with its cases. I recommend its Split Clear case as an alternative to the Nimble above, but its Split Silicone and Split Wood Fibre cases are worth highlighting on their own. The latter is especially attractive (I love the atom green). The company uses sustainably sourced wood fiber for the rear material, which gives off a speckled look, along with recyclable aluminum at the top. The fiber material will scuff up over time, but I think it looks quite nice with some deformities.
The MagSafe connection works well, the buttons are nice to press, and the edges around the screen are raised for screen protection. It's a well-rounded case that looks plain attractive, though it's only available for the Pro models. You can get the Split Silicone for any iPhone model and it's similarly attractive and lovely to touch.
Hate cases but still want some kind of protection? Totallee's your answer. Its cases are so thin that they're by no means going to protect your iPhone from a drop, but they should keep everyday scuffs and scratches at bay. There are cutouts for the buttons on the sides and very minimally raised edges all around. There's no official MagSafe support, but because the case is so thin, it works well with MagSafe accessories. Totallee's clear cases are slightly more protective if you want to increase your protection while still keeping things very slim.
Want to sling around your iPhone on your body? It might not sound very stylish, but Cyrill proves otherwise with its Classic Charm Mag case. It comes with a crossbody strap that you hook up to the rings at the bottom of the case (the strap is easy to remove when you don't want to use it). It stays secure, and the case impresses overall (though the edges aren't too raised). The polyurethane leather looks elegant, though it can feel a little sticky sometimes. There's MagSafe support too.
If a strap is too much, most of Cyrill's other cases come with a lanyard you can attach to the case, so you can dangle your phone from your wrist. I like its UltraColor Mag series ($37) the most, though the buttons are a bit mushier than the Classic Charm Mag.
Nomad Horween Leather MagSafe Case for $70: This is one of my all-time favorite leather cases. The leather is handmade by the esteemed Horween Leather Company and develops a gorgeous patina over time, and it feels wonderful to the touch. Nomad adds a polycarbonate frame with a rubber thermoplastic elastomer bumper for edge protection, and the inner microfiber lining protects the iPhone's rear. The edges aren't as raised as I'd like, but the buttons are super responsive. The problem is the sky-high price tag. Nomad's solution? It has a similar version of the case but with leather sourced from Danish tannery Ecco. It's not as supple as the Horween leather, but it still feels (and smells) nice. More importantly, it's cheaper.
Woolnut Leather MagSafe Case for $59: If you want more of a textured finish, go with Woolnut. These MagSafe cases are slim and have an iconic full-grain leather look that feels luxe. The clicky buttons are aluminum, the interior is lined with microfiber, and the edges around are raised a bit for screen protection. The polycarbonate bumper gives it a bit more of a protective feel over the Mujjo cases.
The problem? I wasn't too enthused with how the Charcoal case looked, but Peak Design's Sage color solves this. It's attractive and has a nicer-looking, fabric-like texture on the back (100 percent recycled and Bluesign-approved nylon canvas). The buttons are clicky, and the edges around the screen are raised. It's fantastic.
There's no MagSafe in this case, but you do get two full layers of protection. There's the polycarbonate shell you snap on the iPhone 14, then a rubber slipcover that goes over. It covers up the port and mute switch for complete protection, yet it retains clicky buttons and manages to look attractive. It's made with more than 50 percent recycled plastics, which is always nice to see. Wireless charging works too. Best of all, it comes with a holster! Er, if you're into holsters. You can clip it to a belt, and the holster can also double as a kickstand to prop up the phone in landscape orientation. 041b061a72