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The best iPhone XR cases and covers


It may be last year’s model, but Apple’s iPhone XR still boasts a beautiful style and so much power. Protect your phone with the best iPhone XR cases for 2020.
Even thinking about that telltale cracking sound of a smartphone screen after it slips from your grasp is enough to send shiver’s down anyone’s spine. iPhones are not known for their ruggedness — which you’ll know if you’ve dropped one — and the iPhone XR is no different from its predecessors in that regard. Dropping your iPhone can be an expensive mistake, shattering glass corners and breaking screens. It’s not just drops you need to be wary of, either, as scratches, dirt, and smudges can mar the beauty of your expensive iPhone. Finding a case that stands up to everyday life and fits your phone is a must, but it can also be a hassle. That’s why we’ve put together a comprehensive list of the most rugged and stylish cases for your iPhone XR.
The Hitcase Splash’s headline feature is the ability to resist water ingress with an IP68 rating for water resistance, but its tricks don’t stop there. It’s extremely protective, with water resistance up to 10 feet (3 meters), drop resistance up to 6 feet (2 meters), and a soft-grip exterior, but it’s still slim and lightweight, so it won’t add bulk to your phone. One of the best additions is the ability to reinforce the iPhone XR’s extremely capable camera by attaching one of Hitcase’s TrueLUX lenses to add ultra-wide, wide, and macro shots to your repertoire. An excellent protective case with some serious utility — though the case and lenses together will set you back a pretty penny.
Leather is a beautiful and soft material, and it pairs extremely well with the wallet case. But while wallet cases are useful, they are bulky, and you might not want to use one every day. That’s where Burkley’s Carson case comes in. The part of the case that clips onto your phone is attached to the wallet section with magnets, letting you detach it whenever you want — so you only need to use the wallet folio when needed. The wallet part has three credit card-sized slots and a space for spare cash, and can be used as a kickstand if needs be. The case part has a shock-absorption shell, and the whole thing uses luxurious full-grain leather. This is a great case if you like to adapt to situations and hate carrying more than is strictly necessary.
Phone cases are meant to protect your phone, but that doesn’t mean they have to look bad while doing it. Ghostek’s Ariel case is something quite unique from the company, and combines Ghostek’s celebrated protection with some stunning good looks. The case features a glossy design based around mermaid scales, and it glitters and sparkles thanks to a flowing liquid glitter that reacts to your movements. It’s certainly eye-catching, but it’s protective too. The Ariel case boasts enhanced shock protection along with a scratch-resistant back, and a raised bezel to protect the screen and camera lenses. The asking price of $30 isn’t bad either.
Something of a butterfingers? You’re not alone — those with fumbly grasps will love Speck’s Presidio Grip case. This case has been specially designed to add as much extra grip as possible, without interfering with your phone’s gorgeous style. A series of protruding ribs create the distinctive look Speck-lovers adore, but also lend the case an enormous amount of grip. But if it should take a tumble, the case should keep your phone safe regardless. Speck uses a material called “Impactium” in its cases, and while the name may be a little on the nose, it does a great job of keeping your phone safe from drops of up to 10 feet (3 meters). It’s scratch-resistant, has a raised bezel to elevate your phone from surfaces, and it’s commonly found at a bargain price.
Spigen excels at providing strong protection that doesn’t draw attention to your phone, and the Tough Armor XP fits that brief perfectly.

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