Don't-Miss iPhone Case Stories
This case can protect your iPhone from the elements, but its bundled set of lenses are disappointing.
The Macworld/iWorld show was full of interesting products. One of those was a crazy-expensive iPhone case.
Cases have become a mainstay at the annual show. These are the ones that caught our eye in 2014.
My iPhone case can beat up your iPhone case. And anyone who tries to mess with me, too.
Apple's attempt to make an iPhone case of its own simply doesn't measure up to what others are producing.
Looking for a case for your iPhone 5s (or your old 5)? Apple's first non-bumper iPhone case is worth a look.
The SurfacePad from Twelve South is a slim and elegant, albiet not very protective, case for your iPhone 5.
Rokform’s RokShield V3 offers substantial protection without the bulk, and also has a built-in mount.
Annex's Quad Lock system combines a standout iPhone case with an array of clever mounting options.
The Mapi Orion might win you some style points, but it’s not the case for you if you’re rough with your iPhone.
It's bulky and doesn't compromise on protection, but the built-in screen protector should be optional.
The Twig Case is actually made of paper, and it's available in dozens of designs. And we like it a lot.
It's supposed to look like an old retro microphone, and provide dual protection for your iPhone 5, but that might be a bit too much to hope for.
Just a couple weeks after releasing the company's Juice Pack Helium, Mophie has released a better battery case for the iPhone 5, the Juice Pack Air. Lex Friedman says this is the battery case he was waiting for, even though he expected the wait to be longer.