Here are three Incipio cases for the iPhone 15 family worth checking out

Incipio offers a variety of cases for the iPhone 15 line-up. Here are three of my family’s favorites and all are MagSafe compatible:

My personal favorite is the US$59.99 AeroGrip for MagSafe (pictured above) that’s available in Stealth Black, Black Glitter, Clear Glitter, and Ombre Space Navy/Clear flavored. Its raised exterior leverage “wings”offers a nice level of “grip-ability” to keep your smartphone form slipping from your hand. 

The AeroGrip protects against 16-foot drops, features 2x camera lens drop protection and boasts Impact Struts technology featuring staggered hexagons that provide maximum coverage and multiple levels of impact absorption. It offers antimicrobial protection that, according to the folks at Incipio, eliminates and prevents 99.9% of surface bacteria. And it’s made with “molecular recycled materials” so is environmentally friendly.

The$49.99 cru is my second favorite Incipio case. It’s made with a co-mold, inlay textile and TPU construction and is available with a leather, textile, or camo inlay. 

Incipio cru case

Its press-fit buttons are very responsive and its raised edges help protect your iPhone. And its antimicrobial materials are designed to, as with the AeroGrip, to eliminate and prevent surface bacteria.

The $49.99 Forme for MagSafe provides solid protection (10 foot drop tested) for those who like their iPhone cases to be a little more glittery than I like (but my granddaughter thinks they’re gorgeous). The Force is available in Digital Disruption, Eternal Spring, Intrastellar, and Pop Pink Glitter.

Forme for MagSafe

The Forme case collection is made with recycled materials in a slim, dual-layer, one-piece constructions that offers antimicrobial protection.The raised edge screen protection is another nice feature. 

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.