The iPhone 7 is an incredible piece of tech to have in your pocket on a day-to-day basis, so keeping it protected, scratch-free, and, most importantly, stylish! While there are thousands of different cases available, some are better than others. Here are our favorites cases for the iPhone 7.
Clear with a kickstand
Spigen Ultra Hybrid S
Spigen makes excellent phone cases. I’ve tested them extensively with a bunch of different phones and the same is true every time: they fit well, they feel great, and they work. This model has a kickstand with a magnetic latch that just pops open when you want to use it and closes securely when you don’t.
More battery power
Apple Smart Battery Case
Apple’s battery case nearly doubles the life of your iPhone 7 on a single charge, and you can charge the case and your phone simultaneously. It has a soft microfiber lining that protects your phone from scratches and absorbs bumps. The outside is made of smooth silicone that’s soft and silky.
Textured for extra grip
The Parallax is a dual-layer case with a TPU shell. The secondary layer is a polycarbonate frame that fits around the edges of your phone, taking the brunt of the devastating smacks to the corners that have felled many an iPhone. The back diamond pattern is covered in a matte coating that offers extra grip.
Clear and thin
The polycarbonate back of the Ringke Fusion is clearer than most clear cases, so the natural beauty of your new iPhone can shine through almost better than if there were no case at all. You’ll be trying to tell that little kid in The Matrix that you have an awesome case and he’s gonna be all “there is no case”.
UAG calls this case a “feather-light composite” since it comprises a hard outer shell and a softer, more flexible inner core. It dispersing the force across the whole phone instead of having it concentrated on the area of impact. It’s been drop-tested to meet military standards.
Super shock absorbtion
Spigen Tough Armor
Tough Armor is military grade drop-tested and features Spigen’s signature air cushions in the corners for just-about-as-good-as-it-gets shock absorption. There’s a hard shell that slips onto the back and once it’s on, it’s secure and almost becomes one with the TPU inner lining.
Protective wallet case
Every Vena case I’ve ever tried has fit perfectly, and the vCommute does just that while being the perfect trade-off between protective case and wallet case. The magnetic rear flap is a three-tiered cover to the card compartment, which can very comfortably hold three cards and a bit of cash.
TORRAS Slim Fit
The TORRAS Slim Fit is a thin plastic case that is scratch resistant and fits your iPhone 7 super snug. It even sports a tiny raised edge around the back camera and flash so you can lay it down on a flat surface and not worry about scratching your lens.
Jisoncase leather back
Leather cases can be expensive, but Jisoncase makes a genuine leather case that doesn’t break the bank. This simple case covers the back of your iPhone in glorious leather and the inside of the case as a soft microfiber cloth material that will prevent the case from scratching your phone.
Tons of good options
There are no shortages of great cases for your iPhone 7. A great case is not only going to protect your phone but also suit your lifestyle and provide you with as little or as much functionality as you want.
Personally, I’m a huge fan of the Spigen Tough Armor because it offers great protection and it’s a little thinner than most heavy-duty cases, which means my pocket doesn’t feel like it’s going to rip off my pants when I’m carrying it around.
Heavy-duty cases aren’t for everyone, which is why a slim and affordable option like the TORRAS Slim Fit exists. It’s super thin so your pocket, bag, or purse won’t feel like you’re carrying around a brick, and it still protects the back of your iPhone 7 and the camera from getting scuffed or scratched.
Whether you like, clear cases, minimalist cases, heavy-duty cases, or anything else, grabbing a great case from this list above will ensure your iPhone 7 stays in good working order!
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