These Are the Best iPhone SE Cases You Can Buy

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Like 2020’s , the third-generation iPhone SE — sometimes referred to as the  — has the same chassis as the iPhone 7 and 8 with upgraded internal components, now including Apple’s A15 Bionic processor and 5G support. It’s currently Apple’s , starting at $429 for the 64GB version or $479 for the 128GB version. It’s also got the , with a 4.7-inch screen.

But you probably know all that if you’ve bought the new iPhone SE already and are here to find a case for it. Note that most iPhone 7 and 8 cases will fit the 2022 SE and case-makers tend to label their SE cases as being compatible with the iPhone 7/8 as well as the iPhone SE (2020) and iPhone SE (2022). As a result of this backward compatibility, some of the cases on this list are ones we tried with earlier iPhone models and can recommend them based on our previous experience using them.

While I’ve included a wide variety of cases, I’ve put an emphasis on cases that are also a good value. If you’re buying a so-called value smartphone like the iPhone SE, you probably don’t want to spend too much on a case. And since some of these cases have been on the market for a while, you will see some nice discounts on excellent iPhone SE cases.

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Speck makes several cases for the iPhone SE3 and you can find several on sale at Amazon for less than $15. The two cases pictured here are part of the Presidio Grip Series, which comes in a variety of color options (prices vary by color). Here are some additional deals on Speck SE3 cases:

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My two favorite Otterbox cases are the Commuter Series and Symmetry Series, both of which come in a variety of colors. The dual-layer Commuter Series is a little more protective and has a latch that covers the charging port. Prices vary by color.

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Zagg’s Gear4 cases for the iPhone SE are similar in quality to Speck and Otterbox cases. I initially linked to the  (pictured above), which was selling for only $8, but that’s currently sold out. The ($11) is very similar but completely clear.

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Spigen’s Tough Armor cases have been around for a while and are notable for their circular cutout exposing the Apple logo and their built-in kickstand. They do offer decent protection and hold up fairly well over time, though not quite as well as some Otterbox and Speck cases. The Tough Armor is available in multiple color options.

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Otterbox’s Symmetry Series comes in a variety of color options, including a clear version with glitter. As I said, the Otterbox’s Commuter Series case offers slightly more protection but you can’t go wrong with its Symmetry Series cases.

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Spigen Slim Armor CS comes in a variety of color options and has a slot that allows you to store a couple of credit cards (or a single credit card and some cash) inside the case. The only downside is that it’s not compatible with wireless charging.

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Urban Armor Gear  offers a few different case designs for the iPhone SE in a variety of colors. I personally like the Plasma, but the Armor, Pathfinder and Plyo are also good, with the Plyo having the slimmest design. UAG’s cases all feature good corner protection and meet military drop-test standards.

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Incipio’s NGP case is a simple translucent case that offers decent protection in a slim package. The blue version is currently $6 at Amazon. It’s listed as being compatible for the iPhone 8 but will fit the iPhone SE, both 2022 and 2020 models.

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Spigen’s sister brand Cyrill makes a few different cases for the iPhone SE. I like the Leather Brick (it’s “vegan” leather, not real leather), but all of Cyrill’s cases are well-designed and decent for the money. The Leather Brick is available in a few color options.

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LifeProof’s Wake case is made out of recycled ocean plastic. While I wouldn’t call it supertough — it isn’t enclosed at the bottom — it’s rated for 6-foot drop protection and is attractively designed. Available in three color options, price varies by color.

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Smartish makes three cases for the SE, the Gripmunk, Volume Slayer Vol. 1 and Volume Slayer Vol. 2 (the latter two are wallet cases). I’m slightly more partial to the Slayer Vol. 2, which comes in a couple of color options for the SE. It’s a pretty basic case but offers decent grip and can hold a couple of credit cards along with some cash. You can use your credit card as a kickstand by inserting it into the situs slot online in the back of the case.

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I bought a similar version of this case to use with a Samsung phone. It’s a faux-leather wallet case that has a magnetic clasp with room on the inside for three credit cards and some cash. It also converts into a kickstand for watching video.

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Available in a few colors, Raptic’s Shield case costs less than an OtterBox case and offers similar toughness with 10-foot drop protection. Currently, the rose gold version is only $10, while the other colors, including the red model pictured, are $20.

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Griffin’s Survivor cases offer 6-foot drop protection with reinforced (and raised) corners that can help your phone avoid damage should it fall facedown.

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Incipio’s Organicore case is another eco-friendly case that Incipio says is 100% compostable. The oat-colored version is on sale for $10.

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The third-gen iPhone SE has an IP67 water resistance rating, which means it can survive being dunked in up to 1 meter of water for 30 minutes. But if you want an even more waterproof option, LifeProof’s Fre case is the way to go. This once-popular case (before the iPhone got some waterproofing) is still quite expensive but it does offer maximum protection for your phone.

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