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Updated on Sept. 25, 2023

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The Otterbox Symmetry Soft Touch cases feels nice in your hand

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The ESR Kickstand Silicone case for iPhone 15 has a soft finish

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The Spigen Ultra Hybrid MagFit costs less than $25

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Best variety of kickstand-style cases

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The Caseology Capella Mag Kick Stand case for iPhone 15 costs less than $20

Under $25 iPhone 15 MagSafe case with kickstand

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The Cyrill UltraSheer Mag case for iPhone comes in some eye-popping colors

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Zagg cases for iPhone 15 comes in several styles and color options

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The Peak Design Everyday case is available for the iPhone 15 in several colors

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Lanyard-friendly sleek iPhone 15 case

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The Rokform Crystal case for iPhone 15 features very strong magnets for MagSafe accessories

Best tough mounting case for iPhone 15

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Well-designed iPhone 15 leather cases

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Which is the best iPhone 15 case overall?

The iPhone 15 models recently started shipping and there are already plenty of cases available for the new phones. We’ve tried many of them, or we’ve used earlier versions of them with earlier iPhones. It’s hard to anoint one case the best overall right now, but I do like the new Otterbox Symmetry Series Soft Touch and Figura cases. And the Speck Presidio ClickLock cases have an innovative design that works with both standard MagSafe accessories and Speck’s own ClickLock MagSafe accessories that “lock” onto the back of your phone.

People’s taste for cases varies, so I’ve put a selection of options on this list, including some value picks for folks who don’t want to spend too much money on a new iPhone 15 case. I’ll be adding new picks as I test more cases, including more budget cases that cost less than $20.

Note that the dimensions of the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are slightly different from their iPhone 14 counterparts. Additionally, the new iPhone 15 Pro models feature a new programmable action button that replaces the mute switch, which means the new iPhone 15 Pro models definitely require cases specifically designed for them. However, while we can’t make any guarantees, it appears that many iPhone 13 and 14 cases will fit the iPhone 15 (and many iPhone 14 Plus cases should fit the iPhone 15 Plus). Choose wisely.

The new Speck ClickLock case for iPhone 15 offer a more secure MagSafe fit

Speck has brought many of its iPhone 14 case designs to the iPhone 15, including such popular transparent models as the Presidio Perfect-Clear and Perfect-Clear Grips, and the Presidio2 Pro. But it’s also developed a new ClickLock case system that’s built on MagSafe: It’s compatible with any MagSafe accessory but has an interlocking system that secures Speck’s ClickLock accessories to your case. In addition to adhering to the case magnetically, the accessories — which range in price from $30 to $40 — click into a little slot. It’s not so different from Peak Design’s locking system, but Speck’s cases are superior and are more MagSafe accessory friendly.  

For people who own the larger and heavier iPhone 15 Plus or 15 Pro Max, it can be hard to depend on your phone staying on a MagSafe car mount, especially if you hit a bump. That’s where Speck’s ClickLock car-vent mount helps. And the wallet accessory really stays on the back of your phone — you don’t have to worry about it slipping off when you put your phone in your pocket.

All the new Speck models have good drop protection (13 to 16 feet, depending on the model) as well as Speck’s Microban antimicrobial protection. No matter which model you choose, Speck often gives a discount for first-time buyers purchasing through its website.

Pros:

  • ClickLock system enables secure fit for Speck accessories
  • Good protection in an attractive design
  • Antimicrobial protection
  • Speck offers discounts for first-time buyers

Cons:

  • Somewhat pricey

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The Otterbox Symmetry Soft Touch cases feels nice in your hand

Otterbox has brought its expansive line of cases to the iPhone 15. That includes everything from the tough Defender Series XT to the colorful Figura to the Symmetry Series Clear and OtterGrip Symmetry Series.

Making its debut is the new Symmetry Series Soft Touch for MagSafe, which comes in yellow, pink and black at launch and has a nice, grippy soft-to-the-touch finish that’s similar to what you get with the highly likable Core Series cases Otterbox made for the iPhone 14. The Figura Series has a similar soft touch finish with a more artsy design. 

Pros:

  • Easy to grip and comfortable in hand
  • MagSafe compatible
  • Durable
  • Made from 50% recycled material

Cons:

  • Limited color options available
  • A little pricey

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The ESR Kickstand Silicone case for iPhone 15 has a soft finish
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Affordable case with built-in kickstand and MagSafe

ESR Silicone Kickstand case

The ESR Kickstand case isn’t your typical silicone case with an integrated kickstand. That’s because the kickstand doesn’t flip out of the backside of the case at the bottom. Instead, it serves as a protective ring around your camera lenses when it’s retracted and not in use. Note that you can also get the case in a clear version, and ESR also sells a variety of MagSafe accessories for decent prices.

Pros:

  • Soft, grippy finish
  • Comes with a built-in kickstand
  • Kickstand doubles as lens protector 
  • Well-priced

Cons:

  • Portrait mode with kickstand is not so vertical

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The Spigen Ultra Hybrid MagFit costs less than $25
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Best cheap MagSafe case for iPhone 15

Spigen Ultra Hybrid MagFit

MagSafe cases can get pretty pricey, but if you’re looking for an inexpensive clear MagSafe case for your new iPhone 15 series phone, Spigen’s Ultra Hybrid MagFit is a good value at around $20. 

Pros:

  • MagSafe compatibility for less
  • Multiple color options and styles
  • Tactile, easy-to-press buttons

Cons:

  • The clear option may yellow over time despite having UV protection
  • Not super protective

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Torras makes several cases with integrated kickstands, but they each have their own style of stand. They include the Lstand (pictured left) that has a retractable kickstand ring around the camera, the Pstand (pictured right) that has a flip-out kickstand on the bottom of the case, and the Ostand (not pictured) that has a retractable ring around the MagSafe ring. 

Aside from the clear versions of the cases, which feature a hard plastic design, most of the other versions have a soft-touch finish that offers good grip. MagSafe accessories adhered securely to the cases and they also feature good drop protection.

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The Caseology Capella Mag Kick Stand case for iPhone 15 costs less than $20
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Under $25 iPhone 15 MagSafe case with kickstand

Caseology Capella Mag Kick Stand

Caseology makes some decent budget cases, including the NanoPop, Parallax, Skyfall and Vault. Its new Capella Mag Kickstand is one of the cheaper transparent MagSafe cases we’ve seen — and it’s got a built-in kickstand that retracts into the case when not in use so you can attach MagSafe accessories.

Pros:

  • Budget-friendly
  • Slim design
  • MagSafe compatible
  • Built-in kickstand

Cons:

  • Clear option may yellow over time (though it has UV protection)
  • Not super protective

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The Cyrill UltraSheer Mag case for iPhone comes in some eye-popping colors
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Neon cases with some real color pop

Cyrill UltraSheer Mag

Cyrill is a sister brand to Spigen, and its cases are arguably slightly more stylish, though they cost a few bucks more, too. I like the new UltraSheer Mag that comes in a few bright color options, including neon yellow, pink and blue.

Pros:

  • More stylish than Spigen cases
  • Eye-popping colors
  • Reinforced curved bumpers
  • MagSafe compatible

Cons:

  • Cost a little more than Spigen cases

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Zagg cases for iPhone 15 comes in several styles and color options
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Slim, stylish, protective iPhone 15 case

Zagg cases

A few years back Zagg bought British case-maker Gear4 and continued selling Gear4 cases under the original brand name. With the introduction of the iPhone 15, Gear4 cases have officially become Zagg cases, but the quality hasn’t changed —  they’re right up there with OtterBox and Speck, all of them lined with D3O shock-absorbing material and featuring beveled edges to protect your phone. I like the new Milan Snap in iridescent (pictured left top) and Santa Cruz Snap with built-in kickstand (pictured center top in black), both of which are MagSafe-equipped and rated for 13-foot drop protection. However, several other case styles are available, most of them with eye-catching designs. 

Pros:

  • Fairly slim yet highly protective
  • Several styles available
  • Very good drop protection
  • MagSafe compatible

Cons:

  • Somewhat pricey

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The Peak Design Everyday case is available for the iPhone 15 in several colors
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MagSafe-compatible iPhone case with its own accessory ecosystem

Peak Design Everyday cases

Peak Design’s Everyday cases are MagSafe-compatible in that you can connect a MagSafe wireless charging puck and other magnetic MagSafe-compatible accessories to the case, including wireless charging batteries, wallets and more. But they have Peak Design’s own built-in magnetic locking system — the company calls it SlimLink — that connects to a wide assortment of Peak Design’s mobile mounts and accessories. That includes bike mounts, charging stands, tripods, car mounts and more.

Pros:

  • Compatible with a variety of Peak Design accessories
  • MagSafe compatible
  • SlimLink locking system

Cons:

  • Somewhat pricey
  • Peak Design’s wallet accessory doesn’t lock on case

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Lanyard-friendly sleek iPhone 15 case

Catalyst Influence case

Like Lifeproof, Catalyst made a name for itself with waterproof cases, but it now focuses on standard protective case options and currently offers one case for the iPhone 15: the Influence. It comes in MagSafe and non-Magsafe versions in a few color options. Rated for 10-foot drop protection, the Influence has  perforations on the corners that allow you to attach various accessories (a lanyard is included, but Catalyst also sells other accessories). 

Pros:

  • Clean look
  • Lanyard-friendly
  • Good drop protection
  • MagSafe compatible

Cons:

  • Somewhat pricey

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Nomad's leather cases for iPhone 15 comes in multiple color options

Apple has said it won’t make leather cases for the iPhone 15, but others, including Nomad, still are. Nomad’s line of leather cases for the iPhone 15 once again come in two grades of leather: the standard variety and a higher-end Horween that costs $20 more ($70 rather than $50). At least the Horween version is designed to develop a “rugged” patina as the oils from your skin interact with the leather over time. The Modern Leather Case is available in black, brown, English tan and a lighter natural color that I like. They’re rated for 10-foot (3-meter) drop protection and equipped with MagSafe. Meanwhile, the Modern Leather Folio goes for $80 in black or brown (the one drawback to the Folio case is that it doesn’t convert into a kickstand like some wallet cases do). 

There’s also a more affordable Sport version for $40 that’s equipped with MagSafe as well. It’s not a leather case, however, but does look pretty slick — it’s pictured on the right. Additionally, Nomad has a new Rugged Case with “fortified” bumpers and 15-foot drop protection that costs $50 with MagSafe.

Pros:

  • Trusted brand for leather cases
  • Cases available at multiple price points

Cons:

  • MagSafe options are more expensive
  • A leather patina look might not be for everyone

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The Rokform Crystal case for iPhone 15 features very strong magnets for MagSafe accessories

Rokform’s been making tough iPhone cases for years, and aside from their durability, their key feature is the ability to use them with various mounts, including bike and motorcycle mounts, that are sold separately. The design of its new iPhone 15 cases — I personally prefer the Crystal series, but the Rugged case is slightly more, well, rugged — has been “refined and updated” (I like the updates) and the cases feature arguably the strongest magnets for MagSafe accessories (the accessories really stick to the case). 

Rokform’s iPhone 15 cases have removable magnets, and they’re compatible with wireless charging if you remove the included center magnet. “With the lower magnet still intact, you can still wireless-charge while utilizing magnetic mounting and all of our mounts,” Rokform says.

Pros:

  • Highly protective and durable
  • Great for mounting
  • Very strong MagSafe compatible magnets

Cons:

  • Mounts sold separately 
  • Pricey

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Mujjo has been making attractive vegetable-tanned leather cases for the iPhone for a while and its cases for the iPhone 15 include its standard Leather Case with MagSafe, a Leather Wallet Case with MagSafe (pictured left) and its tougher Shield case with MagSafe (pictured right). They cost $50-$60, though sometimes you can find them on sale for less on Amazon.

Note that the Leather Wallet Case with MagSafe is convenient because it has the slim wallet integrated into the case (it fits up to three credit cards) but also offers MagSafe compatibility. While I was able to charge wirelessly with MagSafe and attach a magnetic battery to the back of the case (with no credit cards in the wallet), I can’t say magnetic accessories will stick to it as securely as some MagSafe cases on this list. But it is one of the few cases with a built-in wallet to feature MagSafe compatibility. The Leather Wallet also comes in a version without MagSafe, so make sure you’re buying the one with MagSafe if that’s what you’re looking for. 

Pros:

  • Clean look
  • Vegetable-tanned leather
  • Slim but relatively protective with raised edges
  • Wallet Case is MagSafe-compatible

Cons:

  • MagSafe accessories don’t stick that securely to Wallet Case

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Best assortment of iPhone 15 case options

Incipio cases

Much of Incipio’s case lineup for the iPhone 14 returns for the iPhone 15. These include old favorites like the Grip with MagSafe, sturdy Duo with MagSafe (12-foot drop protection) and AeroGrip with MagSafe.

I like the new Cru case in faux leather pictured left (it also comes in a canvass material but I prefer the faux leather). Another favorite: the Forme, which comes in some cool designs, two of which are pictured here (middle and right).

Incipio cases start at $35 for a non-MagSafe case and $45, $50 or more for cases with MagSafe. 

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I haven’t tried SwitchEasy cases for a few generations of iPhones, but got a chance to test a few of its new cases for the iPhone 15 that come with a crossbody strap, including the Roam + Strap (pictured: 16-foot drop protection) and Odyssey Ultra M + Strap. Both feature feature excellent drop protection, but the Odyssey Ultra has even more elevated corner protection. They’re both available in a few color options. 

Note that you don’t have to use the cases with the strap. The eyelets are removable. Just don’t lose them if you want to use the strap in future.

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The Smartish Wallet Slayer Vol. 2 is one of the more affordable wallet cases

Smartish’s affordable, simple, slim cases and wallet cases return for the iPhone 15. The Wallet Slayer Vol. 2 case (pictured) comes in a few different designs beyond the basic black shown here. It holds three credit cards plus cash, and you can use one of your credit cards as a kickstand. However, its one downside is that it’s not compatible with wireless and MagSafe chargers.

Smartish also sells a MagSafe case called the Gripmunk. It’s one of the most affordable MagSafe cases (around $20) and is easy to grip, as its name implies.

Pros:

  • Budget-friendly
  • Innovative kickstand design
  • Groovy colors

Cons:

  • No MagSafe on The Wallet Slayer Vol. 1 or Vol. 2
  • Faux-leather options look a little cheap

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Clckr makes some nifty MagSafe accessories for iPhones, including the excellent Stand & Grip (shown in photo but must be purchased separately for $30). The company has partnered with G-Form, known for its protective sports gear, to make some new iPhone 15 cases with good drop protection. The Onyx (13-foot drop protection) has the most eye-catching design but the the Force case is the most protective, with 16-foot drop protection. Clckr MagSafe cases start at $50 for the clear Diamond case with MagSafe while the Onyx, Force and Carbon cost $60. 

Pros:

  • Protective and durable
  • Good drop protection
  • Multiple styles

Cons:

  • Fairly pricey
  • No built-in stand and grip like previous Clckr cases

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Pitaka cases are very thin yet offer a little more protection than some other very slim cases. That’s because they’re made from “selected 600D aramid fiber, which is widely used in aerospace and military applications,” according to Pitaka. And unlike carbon fiber, “this fine-weaved case will not interfere with the signal and it is non-conductive, offering long-lasting protection for your phone, and preventing color fading and daily scratches.” The Pro version of the case is slightly thicker.

If you’re looking for more serious protection from drops, this probably isn’t the right case for you, particularly because it’s rather expensive (between $60 and $70). But if you’re looking for a very slim, lightweight case, you should give it some consideration. It does come in a few different designs, some a little more eye-catching than others. All the cases are MagSafe-enabled using Pitaka’s MagSafe SlimBoard technology.

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Some people prefer not to have a case on their phone or just want something that’s very thin that offers minimal protection. If you’re that type of person, a Totallee case may just be what you’re looking for.

There are a couple of models to choose from, with the Minimal case (pictured left) billed as the world’s thinnest iPhone case — it’s almost paper-thin. It comes in multiple color options.

The case costs $39, which seems like a lot considering how thin it is, but it is eco-friendly (it’s compostable) and does have a raised “lip” around the camera that prevents damage to the camera lens, Totallee says.

Totallee also makes a very slim clear TPU case, the “clear soft” (pictured right) that offers a little more protection for the same price. I like that one better, but it is slightly thicker.

Pros:

  • Sleek and thin
  • Multiple color options
  • MagSafe works because it’s so thin

Cons:

  • Limited protection with thinnest case
  • Expensive for what you get

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MagSafe support — or not?

You can save about $8-$10 by getting a case that doesn’t have MagSafe support (the metal ring built into the case). But I generally encourage people to spend the extra money for a MagSafe-enabled case because of the number of MagSafe accessories on the market, some of them quite useful.

Thin or thicker?

Some people like minimal cases that add little to no bulk to their iPhone, but the majority of people are looking for a case that offers good protection — or even maximum protection. I personally tell people to find a case that’s not too thick and maybe even pretty slim and that offers at least 6-foot drop protection (and good corner protection).

Do you want a clear case?

Clear cases are popular because they show off your phone (and its color). But clear cases, especially cheaper ones, can become less clear over time and slowly start to yellow. Many case makers now add UV protection to their clear cases to prevent yellowing. 

Several of the cases on this list were previously available for the iPhone 14 models and we added them to the list based on our previous testing with the iPhone 14. Typically, we try to use the case on the phone for at least a day and make sure the buttons on the phone work properly with the case on. With some cases, we use them for several days or even weeks to see how they wear over time. 

  • Design: We evaluate the more superficial and cosmetic aspects of cases and consider how aesthetically pleasing they are, because people do buy cases solely for their colors and artwork. 
  • Durability: We look at how durable a case is, paying particular attention to corner and camera protection (raised corners on a case can help your phone survive face-down falls).
  • Grip factor: We review the material the case is made of so we can talk about such factors as how grippy the phone feels in your hand and how protective the material is. 
  • Extra features: Some iPhone cases have extra features such as MagSafe, an integrated kickstand or grips, and, in the case of folio models, slots for storing credits cards and cash.
  • Long-term testing: Though we don’t do long-term testing for most cases, we do use some of the most popular cases for longer periods to gauge how they wear over time and see how well our phone holds up during accidental drops with the case on it. That said, we don’t do formal drop tests.
  • Waterproof cases: Only a few fully waterproof cases are available, but If the case is supposed to be fully waterproof, we test it by submerging it in water. 

This Otterbox case for the iPhone 14 Pro has good corner protection

We look at design features like the raised corners on this Otterbox case when we test the best iPhone cases.

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How protective an iPhone 15 case should you buy?

I personally like cases that aren’t too thick but offer decent drop protection, with a lip over the edge of the screen (sometimes referred to as a “screen bumper”) and raised corners that help prevent your screen from cracking if your phone should fall face down. A folio case will more fully protect your screen. 

The good news is that you don’t have to buy a superprotective iPhone 15 case like the OtterBox Defender XT to get good protection. Most cases are reasonably thin and still offer at least 6-foot drop protection. I did include one very thin case on this list for folks who prefer minimal protection. Before you go with a case like that, just remember how much your phone costs — but it is better than having no case at all. Make sure you get a sound, tempered-glass screen protector for your iPhone 15 model to prevent deep scratches and safeguard the screen.

Should I get a MagSafe case for my iPhone 15?

All the iPhone 15 models are equipped with Apple’s MagSafe feature, which offers faster wireless charging with compatible chargers. It also supports optional accessories — including the Magsafe wallet, mini wallets and various mounts — that adhere magnetically to the back of your phone. Like the iPhone 14, the iPhone 15 has “an array of magnets” (Apple says they’re recycled) embedded around a charging coil that can pull up to 15 watts of power. 

However, if you want to use those MagSafe accessories without taking your phone out of its case, you need a phone case that’s equipped with MagSafe support. The MagSafe symbol is a circle with a short pipe below it. You can see it on clear cases, but it’s embedded on the inside of the case so if it’s nontransparent, you’ll only see it from the inside. 

If you already have a MagSafe accessory — or plan on buying MagSafe accessories in the future — you’ll want to get a MagSafe compatible case; it’s a good option to have. With that in mind, the majority of the cases in this roundup are equipped with MagSafe. 

Are MagSafe cases more expensive?

In general, yes — about $10 more. There are some more affordable MagSafe cases that cost around $20, but most cost upward of $30. We see cases from certain companies that are essentially the same but one has MagSafe and the other doesn’t, and the MagSafe version usually sells for $10 more. It may seem like a little too much to pay for something that doesn’t seem like much of an upgrade, but in time MagSafe compatibility may command less of a “tax.” 

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