So you just got an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. Now that you have one of the best smartphones currently on the market, what should you do? Get some accessories, of course. There are tons of iPhone accessories available on Amazon, ranging from tripods to cases. We’ve picked out some of the best options for Apple’s latest and greatest handsets.
Apple’s new iPhones are the most durable ones yet, with the toughest display glass ever and increased water-resistance. But iPhones are pricey, so it’s still a good idea to slap a case on it. When it comes to good-quality cases, OtterBox is a well-known name. This option isn’t the thinnest smartphone case around, but it will add quite a bit of drop and scratch protection to your device. Get one here for iPhone 11, here for iPhone 11 Pro, or here for iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The problem with many iPhone cases is that they cover up the stunning colors of the devices themselves. If you have an iPhone 11 or an iPhone 11 Pro in Midnight Green, that can be an issue. This Spigen clear case, on the other hand, will let you show off your Midnight Green or Purple iPhone with no issue. It also adds some additional drop protection, but doesn’t add too much additional bulk. Get it here for iPhone 11 Pro, here for iPhone 11 and here for iPhone 11 Pro Max.
As of iOS 13, iPhones now support the ability to use generic external storage. Yes, that means you’ll be able to plug your USB flash drive into an iPhone and access those files. If you have a standard USB-A thumb drive, you’ll need an adapter. And when it comes to data-transferal accessories, we recommend going first-party. This USB to Lightning camera adapter should do the trick. Get it here.
The iPhone 11 Pro already comes with a fast new 18W charger. But if you’re looking to charge your new device wirelessly, you should pick the right device. Apple has slowed down cheap or knockoff third-party charging pads in software. But Qi-certified chargers, like this option from Belkin, will still be able to deliver the fastest speeds possible. Get it here.
Whether you’re recording 4K video, a “slowfie” or just a daily vlog with your iPhone 11 Pro, you’ll probably want a gimbal to help stabilize your video. It’s the easiest way to achieve a more “pro” look. And when it comes to phone stabilization, it’s hard to beat the experts over at DJI. This Osmo Mobile 3 model is a bit pricey, but includes all the accessories you need to get up and running with your new gimbal. Get it here.
Your iPhone comes with standard Lightning EarPods, but you’ll probably want to get another pair of headphones. While there’s no shortage of options out there, your safest bet is AirPods. You already know the deal with AirPods. While they aren’t the “perfect” headphones, they’re pretty much impossible to beat when it comes to convenience, form factor and Apple integration. And they sound pretty good, too. Get them here.
Everyone needs a portable battery pack. And if you’re looking for just one option to pop in your bag or pocket and forget about, you should consider the Jackery Bolt. It’s a pretty standard 6,000mAh battery pack that’ll charge up your iPhone quickly. But it’s notable because it comes with built-in Lightning and microUSB cables — meaning you don’t have to pack any additional accessories. Get it here.
You already know what a PopSocket is. The only question is whether you want to put one on your new iPhone 11 Pro. For many users, the answer to that question is going to be yes. For those not in the know, it’s a collapsible grip and stand for your smartphone. And if you don’t want to put it directly on your device, you can always install it on a case. Get it here.
If you’re looking for a clean and elegant way to store and display your iPhone on a desk or beside table, look no further than this dock made by Apple-approved firm Native Union. It’s a weighted dock that displays your iPhone at the optimal viewing angle and screen accessibility. It also includes a color-matched MFi Lightning cable, so it’ll charge your iPhone, too. Get it here.
The iPhone 11 Pro features some stunning cameras. But some of the camera features, like Night Mode, still work best when they’re paired with a tripod. This option is well-rated and affordable. It’s portable enough to pack in your bag, but versatile enough to handle a variety of different terrain and locations. Get it here.
Sometimes, you want a battery pack that’s slim enough for a small bag or wallet. Other times, you need something that’s going to pack enough additional power to get you through several days. This 20,100mAh Anker PowerCore falls into the latter camp. It should be able to power up an iPhone 11 Pro Max around 5 times — extending its already formidable battery life for multi-day excursions. Get it here.