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The best iPhone 6s & 6s Plus cases available to order now


iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are on their way with preorders kicking off over the weekend, so now is the time to buy a case for your new device in order to have it in time for an official launch set for later this month on September 25.

As is tradition, we’ve put together a roundup of the best choices for to protect your new iPhone with our selections of the best iPhone 6s and 6s Plus cases available to order now.

Speck ($34-$50):


Popular case maker Speck has its CandyShell and MightyShell lineups available for both the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

Shop Speck CandyShell and MightyShell cases.

Griffin ($19-$60):


Griffin has its various Survivor, Trainer armbands, and Wallet cases available for both devices.

Shop Griffin iPhone 6s cases or iPhone 6s Plus cases

Poetic ($15-$20):


Poetic is offering its usual high-quality cases at affordable price points with its slim, $15 Affinity case (left) and its $20 rugged Revolution case (right).

Shop Affinity for iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s PlusRevolution for iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus

Otterbox ($29-$60):


Otterbox has cases from almost all its collections for the new iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6S Plus.

Shop Otterbox iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6S Plus.

Pad & Quill:


Pad & Quill has its high-quality, hand-crafted leather and wood wallet cases available for both iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. We’ve reviewed their products (here, here, and here), and absolutely love them.

Shop Pad & Quill cases for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

Nodus ($39-$60):

The new Magnetic Shell case from Nodus is available to order alongside its popular Access case (I mentioned how much I like the Access case here). Both cases are discounted for a limited time to celebrate the new iPhone launch.

Shop Nodus iPhone 6s & 6s Plus cases.

Spigen ($10 and up):


Spigen has the Ultra Hybrid Crystal Clear ($10.99), Thin Fit ($10), Style Armor ($14), Slim Armor ($16) in various colors available to order now.

Shop Spigen iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus cases.

Trianium ($10-$50):


The Trianium Clear case ($9.99), and Trianium’s 3100mAh battery case ($35.99) are both ready to go for the new iPhones.

Shop Trianium iPhone 6s & 6s Plus cases.

Silk Innovation Cases ($12-$18):


Pure View ($12), Armor Tough ($18), and Vault Slim ($15) are all excellent, affordable options from Silk Innovation for the new iPhones.

Shop Silk Innovation Pure View ($12), Armor Tough ($18), and Vault Slim ($15).

RedBubble ($14-$35)

Over 14 million designs from independent artists printed on your choice of a slim Snap case ($29) or a more protective Tough option with reinforcements for durability ($35), or a skin ($14). – Get 20% off with code “DOGDAYS” while it lasts.

Shop RedBubble iPhone cases.

Joli Originals ($55-$65):


Preimum leather sleeves with wool lining handmade in Amsterdam. Joli Originals makes one of the nicest leather sleeve-style cases around and all options are now available for both the 6s and 6s Plus. 

Shop Joli Originals iPhone cases.

Caseology ($9-$17):


From left to right, the Caseology Envoy Series ($17), Wavelength Series ($16), and Vault Series ($15). And the company has others for both iPhone 6s and 6s Plus starting at $9 at the links below:

Shop Caseology iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus cases.

Screen protectors ($4.99-$15)


These will continue to work even with the iPhone 6s’s new 3D touch display. Get front coverage of Ultra Thin PET Acrylic for $4.99, Spigen’s edge-to-edge coverage with a color-matched bezel sand tempered glass for $7.99, or back and front coverage for $15.

Shop all iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus screen protectors.

Check back soon as we add more cases… 


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  1. I don’t actually like cases. Who’s with me?

    • Chris Cooper (@clcooper) - 8 years ago

      I have only used a bumper case with every iPhone I have had. Just enough protection of the edges and grip so there is something to hold onto, but no noticeable extra weight. And doesn’t hid the beauty of a phone. All the 6 models seem so slippery to me that a case would be necessary, at a minimum a bumper case.

      • That actually sounds as a great solution Chris. I always worry about losing grip on my iPhone so I sometimes hold it really tight while walking and writing something.

  2. Eduardo Antonini - 8 years ago

    What’s that see-through otter box case? I can’t find it anywhere

  3. GoldMark City - 8 years ago


  4. friarnurgle - 8 years ago

    Are these actually new cases or rather are these the exact same cases these companies offered for the iPhone 6 models?

    • Curtis Shakur - 8 years ago

      they were all made for Iphone 6, the good thing here is the cases are also compatible with the iphone 6S

  5. Rondell RoyaltyClub Paul - 8 years ago

    Have you heard about the Patchworks ITG Level case? I only saw a couple reviews on Amazon but it seems to have a high drop test rating. Can you guys review it?

  6. Cory © (@Nardes) - 8 years ago

    I recommend hitting up your local TJ Maxx or Marshalls or Ross…. etc. I’ve gotten my last few cases there for cheap. I’ve gotten the speck candyshell grip case for only $10 with plenty of colors to choose from. Of course there are some bad no name cases there… but there is usually a decent selection of brand name as well!

  7. Scott Oldebeken - 8 years ago

    Does the 6S not fit in 6 cases?

    • Andres Panizo - 8 years ago

      Correct, iPhone 6s does not fit in iPhone 6 cases due to its slightly larger dimensions. but all new iPhone 6s cases will fit the 6.

      • Smigit - 8 years ago

        No, the 6s may not fit in *some* cases. Anything that wasn’t excessively tight should still work. 0.2mm is a very very small size increment, probably similar to sliding a piece of standard paper into the case with the phone. It’s why the 6 won’t be lose when in a 6s case…the difference is miniscule.

    • Yes, most of them will. A few that are a tight fit won’t, but the majority will.

  8. Curtis Shakur - 8 years ago

    What about the RhinoShield crash guard bumper?? Anyone here got it??

  9. And don’t forget the new Made-in-America Orbit case holster from WaterField Designs. The all-leather case lets you keep your hands free and keeps the iPhone always at your side. Let me know, Jordan, if you’d like one to review!

  10. islandgirl45 - 8 years ago

    Does Spigen have the best kickstand case? Looks like it’s the only one in this lineup.
    How does it compare with the Seidio stand cases?

  11. Anyone know of a good case with a swivel belt clip option? Vaja used to have a great option & they stopped offering it. I found a not particularly great option from Sena for my 5S, but open to all suggestions…

  12. Justin Bergmann - 8 years ago

    most of these link to iphone 6 cases, NOT 6S cases. be careful to read the descriptions before you click through to buy.

    • Jordan Kahn - 8 years ago

      That’s not true. I only included cases that are listed by the company as compatible with iPhone 6s. Have an example?

  13. For those of you who don’t like cases. Check out the super sexy K11 bumper for iPhone 6/6S. Very minimal with drop protection.

  14. yuniverse7 - 8 years ago

    You mentioned that Nodus Access 2 case is on sale. I see $61.69 on their website. Is that the regular price or the sale price? Thanks.

  15. Don’t know how Made by Bodhi’s cases aren’t list here. Really nice design and priced in Australian dollars, so pretty cheap. I love mine.

  16. Tom Streeter - 7 years ago

    I bought my US flag design case here Very satisfied with the quality and how it looks.


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Jordan writes about all things Apple as Senior Editor of 9to5Mac, & contributes to 9to5Google, 9to5Toys, & He also co-authors 9to5Mac’s Logic Pros series.