This iPhone 15 Case Is Made With One Of The Strongest Materials On The Planet — & It’s Shockingly Affordable

Protect your new phone from inevitable tumbles.

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I have an exciting update for all of the accidental phone droppers out there (including myself): ZAGG, a popular phone accessory maker, has released a collection of accessories for the new iPhone 15 — including various phone cases made with graphene. I could get into the scientific details about graphene, but the TL;DR is that the harder-than-diamonds-material is lightweight, flexible, and 200 times stronger than steel. Now, you can protect your brand-new phone with it.

Apple announced the iPhone 15 series — including the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max — on September 12, and all four phones on the lineup are more than worthy of being protected by the hardy material.

iPhone 15 Cases Made With Graphene

The following cases can be purchased for whichever iPhone 15 model you choose. They’re each MagSafe and constructed with graphene for maximum durability; however, some are more drop-resistant than others and feature unique qualities that set them apart from the rest.

For a complete list of ZAGG’s iPhone 15 phone cases, click here.

The Santa Cruz Snap is drop-resistant up to 13 feet — and while the strong shell is transparent, you can choose from six different color accents including black, blue, green, orange, magenta, and purple.

The iridescent Milan Snap is also drop-resistant up to 13 feet, but its case features a radiant spectrum of colors ranging from emerald green to deep lavender. It’s available in four additional nature-inspired designs including glacier, ocean, and leaf.

The Everest Snap phone case is a bit more durable than the others because it can withstand drops up to 20 feet, all thanks to the triple-layer protection design. Even better? It has a built-in kickstand so viewing your favorite shows is a breeze wherever you are. It’s available in three colors total: black, marine, and sand.

The lightweight Luxe Snap phone case is drop-resistant up to 10 feet, and its rippled design creates a nonslip surface. It’s available in six colors including black, plum, clear, watermelon, blue, and green.

Graphene cases aren’t where ZAGG stopped, though. In honor of Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 15 collection, the company released new-and-improved screen protectors. Some have blue light-blocking capabilities and others provide extra privacy while scrolling.

An iPhone 15 Screen Protector That Blocks Blue Light

What sets this screen protector apart from the rest is its ability to block blue light without changing the actual colors of the phone screen (thanks to Eyesafe® RPF60 technology). It’s also shock absorbent, anti-reflective, and constructed with 30% recycled glass.

An iPhone 15 Screen Protector With A Privacy Filter

Whether you’re holding your phone horizontally or vertically, the four-way privacy filter on this screen protector will help ensure you’re the only person who can see your screen. It’s even resistant to scratches and smudges, which is a plus.

What’s a protected phone without a charger, though? In addition to durable, upgraded phone cases and screen covers, ZAGG has a collection of chargers available that are compatible with the iPhone 15 series.

It’s important to note that the iPhone 15 has a USB-C port (not a Lightning port) — so an extra charger or two might be necessary if you upgrade. You can choose from various charging options on ZAGG’s website, including the speedport 30 and the powerstation wireless stand, both of which are USB-C compatible.

Now that you’ve explored new ways to protect and charge your iPhone 15, now’s the time to explore what the impressive device can do (hint: a lot). All versions of the iPhone 15 now have a Dynamic Island, a ceramic shield, a 2x telephoto lens, and other cool features you can look into on Apple’s website.

All the more reason to keep the phone in top-notch shape, right?

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