It’s Friday, September 13th, and every serious Apple fan around the world knows what that means. It’s iPhone 11 preorder day! That’s right, iPhone users… preorders went live this morning for the hot new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. These sleek new iPhones are big upgrades compared to last year’s models, and if you have iPhones older than the iPhone XR, XS, or XS Max then upgrading to a new 11 is totally a no-brainer. You know what else is a no-brainer? Getting a new case to protect your new iPhone.
Whether you opted for the entry-level iPhone 11 at $699 or the top-of-the-line iPhone 11 Pro Max at $1,449, you need a case to protect your investment. These phones might be brand new but there are already about a million different case options out there, which means it can be difficult to choose one. Lucky for you, we’ve done all the hard work for you. We’ve tested tons of iPhone 11 cases already, and we came up with the three best case options for Apple’s new iPhones. Want a low-cost, ultra thin iPhone 11 case that adds no bulk and just protects from scratches? Get the $8.99 Tozo case for iPhone 11. Want a sleek clear case? The Totallee Crystal Clear iPhone 11 case is just what the doctor ordered. Want a case that looks fantastic, is ultra-thin, and still provides excellent protection against drops and scratches? The Pitaka MagCase for iPhone 11 is as good as it gets. Check out all of these great cases below.
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