With an initial price of $ 999 / £ 999 / AU $ 1,579, the iPhone X is a phone that you want to keep more protected than any other, especially with the glass back and the lack of bezels that make it potentially more susceptible to damages that previous models.
Fortunately, there is no shortage of ways to keep it safe, with dozens or even hundreds of cases now available, which suit almost every budget, style and need.
Below, you will find several recommendations covering a wide range of budgets and style preferences. Although some of these options have not been proven, each one is above the rest due to its value and design, and are backed by positive comments from consumers.
Note: we have classified these from cheapest to most expensive according to the prices at the time of writing.
Ultra Thin Olixar Gel Case
This is one of the cheapest iPhone X cases on the market right now and should protect your phone from a strange scratch.
We do not think you can do much to protect your device if you drop it and the gel material probably does not feel as comfortable in your palms as the glass on the back of the iPhone X.
TOZO Ultra Thin Hard Case
TOZO claims that this is the thinnest hard case in the world for the iPhone X and although we can not be sure if that is true or not, it is certainly very thin with only 0.35 mm thick. .
That makes it an excellent option if you do not want to add volume to your new and luxurious phone, especially given the low price of this case, which will make it even more attractive if your bank's balance is suffering after buying the iPhone X itself.
However, while it will offer some protection against scratches, we are not sure that a slim case can do much to protect your phone from falls.
JETech Protective case with holder  With the JETech protective case, you are getting a lot of cases for not much money at all. It is a black TPU case, so far very basic, but has a carbon fiber design that gives a touch of style and a textured frame for extra grip.
This JETech case also has a built-in metal foot stand, so you can prop up your iPhone X to watch it with your hands free, while air cushioning technology offers you more jump defense than you would expect .
Ultimately, it's a pretty simple case and you can get more protection elsewhere, but it seems to attack. a good balance between features and price.
Spigen Ultra Hybrid Case
Sometimes the simplest option is the best choice, and the Spigen Ultra Hybrid Case for iPhone X is certainly simple.
It's available in a range of colors, but all include a transparent back, so you can see your entire iPhone X while keeping it protected.
It is a simple rigid polycarbonate shell, but it is thin, has buttoned covers to make the buttons easy to find and press, large cutouts that can be adapted to most cables, and is made of an anti-slip material , so it's less likely to release your phone.
If you still drop it, the case is cushioned with air-cushioned corners, which should help keep your iPhone X in one piece. 19659021] ESR Marble Pattern Cover
Most of the options we have covered so far have been quite simple, but the ESR Marble Pattern cover really stands out, with a marble design in black, blue, gray or white.
Below the surface, it's a thin and lightweight TPU case, and nothing smart happens here, so you only get basic protection, but it includes a soft, anti-scratch and anti-fingerprint finish, raised lips to protect the screen and camera, and a low price tag.
Spigen Neo Hybrid
The Spigen Neo Hybrid case offers a combination of hard and soft protection so your iPhone X is safe from bumps and falls. And, it does all that with an elegant design, combining PU plastic with grip with a fishbone pattern and hard PC with a metallic paint job. It offers design and protection at an affordable price.
Totallee Thin Case for iPhone X
This may be one of the most attractive cases we've seen for the iPhone X so far and the super thin design means the case should not make your phone much larger in its pocket.
It is unclear how protective the vertical trimming of the camera will be, but here you can choose from a variety of colors, including a bold blue and green. Those are not colors in which you can buy the new iPhone X.
Tech21 Evo Tactical
Unlike the previous option, the Tech21 Evo Tactical will not protect the screen of your iPhone X, but you can always buy a protective screen to ensure it does not scratch that screen without 5.8-inch bevel.
The design of this case should also help protect you from falls, plus you can also use wireless charging without having to remove the case from your phone.
X-Doria Defense Lux Case for iPhone X
Combining style and protection, the X-Doria Defense Lux case has an anodized aluminum frame with integrated air pockets to absorb shock.
In fact, the case exceeds military fall test standards, so you should keep your iPhone X safer than most, but it also looks good, not only thanks to the aforementioned metal frame, but also because the back, which comes in a choice of ballistic nylon, black leather, carbon fiber or wood.
That's an interesting selection of materials, each of which will give the X-Doria Defense Lux case a quite different appearance to most other iPhone X cases.
Incipio Esquire Slim Case
] We got it, you do not want to use a case. But if you are considering the idea, you can try the Esquire Slim case, which is one of the most discreet options we have found so far.
The fabric has a very soft feel, similar to cotton feels and slips easily in the pocket. It covers each corner of the iPhone X, but leaves the buttons exposed for easy use. Despite its high quality design, this one is surprisingly cheap.
Urban Armor Gear Feather-Light Rugged Armor
Understandably, you want to protect first by buying an iPhone X case, and if so, Urban Armor Gear Feather – Light Rugged Case should be a good choice.
Combines a hard outer shell with a soft, impact-resistant core, plus non-slip pads on the back, which add up to a sheath that can meet military fall-test standards.
It also has a visually striking design, although quite strong, and as the name suggests it is surprisingly light, thanks to a honeycomb structure that also helps protect against falls.
Wireless charging and contactless payments also work through the box, so you do not lose any functionality.
Incase Facet Case
This case features a design that achieves a pleasant balance between a soft silicone case and a rigid case.
Unlike other cases, this has no button cutouts or pronounced areas, but they are highlighted by easy navigation. This results in a low profile option that has a polished wavy design on the back and a felt material on the inside to prevent scratching.
Available in various colors, this might be good for those looking for a rubber-sensitive case that is not too visually strong.
Moshi StealthCover for iPhone X
This case is thin once again, but it is made of metal and has a magnetic snap on the side to ensure that the phone's screen is not easy to get scratched.
You also have a military grade fall protection certificate, so you can rest assured that this case will protect your iPhone X the moment you inevitably leave it.
OtterBox Statement Series Case for iPhone X
The OtterBox Statement Series case at the same time wants to show the phone and show, as you can see from the back, which is mostly transparent, but has a large section of Colored leather on the bottom.
This gives the box a more distinctive and high-end appearance than its average trans parent case, and being OtterBox you can trust that it is well constructed. In fact, it has passed more than 24 tests lasting more than 238 hours to ensure maximum protection.
Leather Case for iPhone X
This official Apple case is perhaps one of the most expensive, but somehow it does justify the price tag, since it is made of French leather and, unlike the Ullu case above, covers the front of the phone and the back, with a wallet-like design.
That means you get more protection and Apple also made use of the flap on the front by adding a couple of slots, which you can use to store cash and cards.
The case will also activate your iPhone X when you open it, and put it to sleep when it closes, and it does not prevent the phone from charging wirelessly.