Verizon this week has a series of ongoing discounts on Apple's official iPhone cases, including Leather and Silicone Cases for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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These sales start as low as $16.00 for an iPhone 11 Pro Silicone Case, while most other cases are priced at $19.99. For these sales, you'll also need to add the iPhone cases to your cart before you see the discounts.

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iPhone 11 Pro

iPhone 11 Pro Max

If you're on the hunt for more discounts, be sure to visit our Apple Deals roundup where we recap the best Apple-related bargains of the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

FreakinEurekan Avatar
49 months ago

I have the silicon case on my xs max. I put it on a window sill about 5 feet off the ground thinking it would be safe. It somehow slid off and hit the wood floor of the bedroom. Thinking the worse I picked it up and took the case off and didn't see any damage at all. Whether the max is made well, silicon case provides protection and a combination of both, my anecdotal story had a positive ending.
The 11 Pro Max seems to be stronger than the X. My wife's iPhone X and my 11 Pro Max were both knocked off a countertop onto a tile floor (normal countertop height, 40" or whatever). The X was in a thin case (not Apple's, a cheap knockoff) and the 11 Pro Max was "Naked". The glass back on the X cracked, the 11 Pro Max was unharmed.

Ah well, good thing we have AppleCare+. Got a new X overnighted in via Express Replacement for $99.
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FreakinEurekan Avatar
49 months ago

Do the silicone cases have a lip that comes up and protects the front of the phone? It looks like they don’t have much protection on the bottom. I had an Apple leather case for an old iPhone (maybe the 6?) and it offered almost no protection for the bottom and front of the phone. Kinda defeats the purpose of having a case.
Not much on the face nor the bottom. I think these cases are more of a fashion accessory/grip improver than for protection from a drop.
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I7guy Avatar
49 months ago

Not much on the face nor the bottom. I think these cases are more of a fashion accessory/grip improver than for protection from a drop.
I have the silicon case on my xs max. I put it on a window sill about 5 feet off the ground thinking it would be safe. It somehow slid off and hit the wood floor of the bedroom. Thinking the worse I picked it up and took the case off and didn't see any damage at all. Whether the max is made well, silicon case provides protection and a combination of both, my anecdotal story had a positive ending.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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