It's the behemoth of Apple iPhones, but it still needs a case.
You bought the iPhone 13 Pro Max because you like a bigger phone. But big phones take big falls. You’re going to need a case that can protect the phone, particularly since it can cost up to $1,599 and has some serious camera lenses. This list has lots of options depending on your needs. There’s one case that keeps the camera covered when not in use, a couple of options that strap your phone right to you, and one that has a handle built right in. Of course you could be the type who barely wants a case at all, and in that case we also have you covered.
Apple’s own Leather Case With MagSafe is a simple but handsome choice that fits perfectly and is your best bet when it comes to flawlessly working with MagSafe accessories.
The Bandolier Hailey Crossbody is the easiest way to carry your iPhone 13 Pro Max, and it lets you tuck in a few cards and cash, too.
The Western toile of the Casely Wild West Adventure Desert Case is distinctive, dare we say, bold. Speaking of which, this is Casely’s Bold model, which means it has extra protection all around and slide-resistant side grips.
The Case-Mate Brilliance Chandelier Case shines bright like a diamond because it’s bedecked with over 800 crystals. But they don’t stand in the way of wireless charging.
Carry it all with the Case-Mate Wallet Folio. The wallet and case in one saves space in your pockets and works with MagSafe accessories.
The Casetify PP-0008 Case looks like it can arrive without any packaging. The label look on Casetify’s most protective case is from Pangram Pangram, a font foundry, and it features impact-absorbent corner protection.
Your phone already stands out for its size, but you can make sure it really gets noticed (and that you don’t spend lots of time searching for it) with this Flaunt Neon Orange Square Phone Case. The case also has the benefit of not adding a lot of bulk.
From the name to the pattern on the back, it’s clear that the Lifeproof Wake Case has the ocean on its mind. That’s because it’s composed of over 85% ocean-based recycled plastic.
A wrist strap sets the Moshi Altra Slim Hardshell Case apart. It’s handy when you want to be hands-free and detaches for when you don’t.
The Mous Limitless 4.0 Bamboo Case looks like it was modeled on an Apple Store. But its sleek design still provides good drop protection.
The Mujjo Full Leather Case wraps your phone’s buttons in leather and has a raised rear camera bump for a bit of extra protection.
If you’re into a leather case that will age gracefully, consider the Nomad Modern Leather Case. The Horween leather weathers over time. It also works with MagSafe accessories.
The OtterBox Defender Series Pro Case is rugged and 50% recycled. Port covers block dust and dirt, and it comes with a holster that lets you carry it on a belt or that works as a kickstand.
Get a grip with the OtterBox Otter + Pop Symmetry Series Antimicrobial Case. The integrated PopSocket makes keeping hold of your iPhone 13 Pro Max easier, and it has antimicrobial properties to protect your hands in turn.
Sonix cases are always secure and stylish. The Sonix Brown Tort MagSafe iPhone Case is no exception. It has raised shock-absorbent sides and a raised camera bumper that will protect your phone drop after drop.
The Speck Presidio Perfect-Mist Case has a soft-touch finish but goes hard when it comes to keeping your phone safe from scratches and drops.
The Tech21 Evo Max Case goes the extra mile (well, 20 feet) when it comes to drop protection. It also has an uncommon feature in its sliding camera cover.
The Totallee Super Thin Case is not the case to turn to if you want the ultimate (or even average) in protection, but it is ultralight, ultrathin, and does keep your phone free of scratches and has a slightly raised lip around the camera.
The UAG Civilian Series Case takes its duty of protecting your phone seriously. It offers drop protection up to 20 feet and has hex cushioning inside its shell.
For something a little smaller, check out our picks for The Best iPhone 13 Mini Cases and Best iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Cases, plus our roundup of everything Apple introduced this month in the video below.
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