For the first time, Apple has made the official clear case available for the latest iPhones, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Apple debuted the official clear case for the iPhone XR last year to showcase the colorful designs of the iPhone XR.
Regardless of models, the official iPhone Clear Case retails for S$59.
The back of the case is made from optically clear polycarbonate which is designed to be sturdy, while the sides are made from Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) which gives it flexibility and better grip.
A layer of scratch-resistant coating has been applied to both the interior and exterior of the case.
All materials and coatings are optimized to prevent yellowing over time.
My first impression of the case is it is tough. I was expecting it to be soft and more flexible.
I don’t find it bulky as well.
The lip of the case seems to be higher than normal cases, but it will fit a 2.75D glass screen protector.
I have no idea why Apple likes to leave the bottom of their cases open. This is consistent for all cases that Apple makes.
As most clear TPU cases don’t cost more than $30, Apple Clear Case is expensive at S$59 (Employee Purchase Plan (EPP) at $50).
I don’t think it is worth the money. Instead, I think you should get the Spigen iPhone 11 Pro Max Case Ultra Hybrid (Crystal Hybrid) from MobyShop for S$29.90. It is half the price, and the bottom of your phone is protected.