Best iPhone Accessories 2021: Cases, Chargers and More

There are many accessories for iPhone. And, to put it bluntly, many of them are nonsense.

But some are just amazing, elevating the iPhone experience in such a way that they become necessary. While I use a lot of iPhone accessories, these three are especially important to me.


D brand

Searching for the depths of iPhone accessories, dbrand floats in a sea of ​​vinyl skins and stickers. While the company offers a strong and attractive case option, these are precisely made skins that sell to the public.

Offering a catalog of different textures, colors and finishes, D-brand skins are designed to give your iPhone a more selective look than standard, bare, frosted matte glass. They do not protect the surface of the case from drops and bumps, but will keep the back and sides of your iPhone free from scratches.

Personally, I’m a big fan of the dbrand’s Teardown line, which mimics the interior of your iPhone so you can get a 90’s translucent technical look without voiding your warranty.


I have had a love / hate relationship with both my iPhone cases and those in the car. Then I switched to the quadlock case and the car mount, and it left me wondering why I didn’t do it years ago.

The quadlock iPhone case looks like any other case at first glance. At the back, however, is a connector that connects to various accessories, such as a car mount, motorcycle mount, a ring that you can pop on your finger, and much more.

I have seen quadlock cases and mounts a few times in the past and dismissed them as a ploy. But on my two month trip to Scotland, I needed a reliable mount for use in the car (from a legal and convenience point of view), so I tried the Quadlock.

Now, Quadlock is mine. The case is durable – yes, I’ve dropped my phone several times to test it – and the suction mount I use in the car is solid. Simply put, this is the best I’ve ever experienced.

Each quadlock product is well made and suitable for daily use.



Power banks are always useful when you are out and about at outlets. Anchor has been in the charging game for some time and has developed some of the most reliable power banks in the market.

This PowerCore offering comes with a capacity of 10,000mAh (enough for 2-3 iPhone charges) and supports wired and wireless output.

It’s a durable and versatile power bank, great when you’re on the go.


Sen disk

Who doesn’t want more storage on their iPhone?

The SanDisk iXpand Luxe is here to save the day when you run out of space. With capacities ranging from 64GB to 256GB and with a dual Lighting and USB-C connector, this is the best low-drag way to increase your iPhone’s storage – without giving Apple hundreds of dollars more.

I like the idea that it’s one of the only flash drives I can use for my iPhone, iPad Pro, and my laptop, and it’s so fast that it doesn’t hurt to use.



Spaghetti is best known for making standard phone cases and its access to the screen protector market with the same standard. Glas.tR EZ Fit – as tangled as branding – is a foolproof, tempered glass screen protector that fits well with any iPhone.

There are thousands of screen protectors out there, so why get my recommendation? It comes in a bubble-free installation kit that is easy to apply, has a strong oleophobic coating that can last months of tapping and swiping, and is durable enough to take a drop.


Phone soap

In addition to washing your hands, it is a good habit to keep your phone clean, especially if you want to be sterile during this epidemic. While I wouldn’t recommend washing your device with soap and water – especially if it doesn’t have IP certification – PhoneSoap has an alternative that is safe and effective to use.

PhoneSoap 3 is a case of two scientifically tested antiseptic UV-C bulbs. All you need to do is keep your iPhone inside the case, move away for a minute or two, and the UV lights will do the rest.

It’s easy to use, keeps your phone sterile, and makes a great accessory for the iPhone.

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