You get ample options for Apple iPhone 14 Pro cases and covers while waiting for your phone to arrive. There are plenty of options – you can go with a clear case, a slim one, a rugged style, flip, wallet cases, and more. A slim case is best to retain the iPhone 14 Pro’s profile and not make it look like brick. We have hand-picked the top five options for your iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 14 Pro is already heavy and thick (compared to other smartphones of similar size) due to its stainless steel frame. That’s why slim cases are popular among iPhone 14 Pro users. They have a thin case profile, don’t add bulk to your phone, and deliver the same excellent protection.
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1. OTOFLY Case
OTOFLY uses superior quality liquid silicon material to craft the case. The material offers better handling during day-to-day use. Some cheap cases use a different material on the inside and leave scratches on the device’s back glass. That’s not the case (pun intended) with OTOFLY. The company uses soft microfiber lining inside to keep your phone’s exteriors scratch-free.
OTOFLY has 3.0mm raised edges for the camera and 1.5mm for the display. It prevents direct contact with a table or desk and potential scratches on the lens. The company promises lifetime replacement for your iPhone 14 Pro silicon case.
2. ORNARTO iPhone 14 Pro Case
Most thin silicon cases gather dust particles like a magnet. ORNARTO has made tall claims to stay anti-dust for a long time. It has durable three-layer construction for toughness and smooth touch. Similar to OTOFLY, the case has a microfiber style inside to avoid any abrasion in corners. With ORNARTO slim case for iPhone 14 Pro, you don’t need to invest in a dedicated camera lens protector. The case already has a raised protection at the front and back (around the camera lens). The company offers over fifteen color options.
3. Spigen Case
Spigen doesn’t use silicon material to achieve a thin design. The company uses a hybrid structure of PC and TPU with Air Cushion Technology to keep the profile slim. Spigen’s in-house tech is responsible for shielding the corners from the impacts of accidental falls. That, coupled with a premium matte finish coating on the back, delivers the perfect combo to protect your iPhone 14 Pro. Spigen has also nailed small details by offering tactile buttons for solid feedback. There are over five color options. Sadly, Spigen doesn’t provide one in purple color. Deep Purple seems to be a hit among early iPhone 14 Pro buyers. Also, Spigen thin case doesn’t support wireless charging.
4. TORRAS Thin Case
TORRAS has polished the case with four layers of nano-coatings. It delivers a soft touch and secure grip. You don’t need to worry about cleaning the case constantly, either. The case resists fingerprints, smudges, and dust. It has a 0.04-inch raised protection on the front and 0.05-inch around the camera lens. The smart design protects the screen and camera lens from potential scratches and scuff marks. It is compatible with wireless charging and should work well with a MagSafe charger too. TORRAS promises a six-month warranty, and you can select between Black, Gold, and Purple.
5. JETech Slim Case
JETech is only 0.03 inch or 0.85 mm in thickness. At times, you won’t even notice the case on your phone. The company offers the matte finish with a better coating that’s silky smooth to the touch. It easily resists fingerprints, and cleaning the case shouldn’t require much effort. There are precise cutouts for the camera, speakers, microphone, and all the buttons. The case also supports wireless charging. Thanks to accurate cutouts for three camera lenses, JETech offers better protection to the expensive iPhone 14 Pro camera than others on the list.
Keep It Slim
If you prefer silicon material, go with OTOFLY or ORNARTO. TORRAS and JETech have different thin hard PC materials. And no one can go wrong with a Spigen case. Which one are you picking from the list? Share in the comments below.
Last updated on 13 October, 2022
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