The Best Accessories for Your iPhone 11

Apple’s latest iPhone is the fastest and most capable smartphone it’s ever made, but some accessories can make it even more useful and fun. Here are the best iPhone 11 accessories—from cases to car chargers to Bluetooth headphones—to make your phone even better.

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1 Ferilinso 3 Pack Screen Protector9.8Check Price
2 iPhone 14 13 12 11 Fast Charger9.4Check Price
3 Ailun 2Pack Screen Protector Compatible for iPhone 11[6.1 inch]8.5Check Price
4 iPhone 14 13 12 Fast Charger7.9Check Price
5 Ailun Glass Screen Protector Compatible for iPhone 11/iPhone XR7.8Check Price

Our Testing Methodology in a Nutshell

We put the best iPhone accessories to the ultimate test for weeks at a time. We used them in every possible scenario—at work, at home, on trips. Some we loved so much that we bought more than one set.

We used the best of these accessories with an iPhone XS Max and an Android phone (Google Pixel) side by side for all of our tests, as well as over several months in daily use.

For each product category, we considered how easy it was to install and remove the items, as well as how they felt in-hand. Because our top picks often come in multiple sizes or colors, we tested each one in every combination.

Ferilinso 3 Pack Screen Protector

9.8

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Why We Loved It

As with most screen protectors, applying the Ferilinso 3 Pack for the iPhone 11’s screen protector takes a little practice, but we found it much easier to apply than competitors’ screen protectors.

The screen protector from Ferilinso is cut to the exact size of the display, and the kit includes a small piece of cardboard that you can use to align the protector on your phone. The kit also includes a small plastic tray and a roller-shaped applicator that make it easier to apply the screen protector than the typical wipe-on-and-smooth-out method. It includes a warranty, too.

iPhone 14 13 12 11 Fast Charger

9.4

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Why We Loved It

The Romitaz 20W PD 3.0 Type C Wall Charger is our most highly recommended wall charger. It can fully charge a dead iPhone XS in 1 hour and 20 minutes, and an iPad Pro in 2 hours and 30 minutes.

It has a built-in smart chip that recognizes Apple devices and adjusts the power to safely and efficiently charge them. As an added bonus, it comes with a 6-foot braided Lightning cable—longer than most others we tested—as well The Romitaz 20W PD 3.0 Type C Wall Charger is our most highly recommended wall charger. It can fully charge a dead iPhone XS in 1 hour and 20 minutes, and an iPad Pro in 2 hours and 30 minutes.

It has a built-in smart chip that recognizes Apple devices and adjusts the power to safely and efficiently charge them. As an added bonus, it comes with a 6-foot braided Lightning cable—longer than most others we tested—as well.

If you have a different kind of Apple device, the Romitaz charger is likely to work with it, too. It fully charged an iPhone 7, an iPhone 7 Plus, and an Apple Watch Series 3, as well as the iPad Pro and iPad Air 2. Only the iPad Mini 3 and Air 2 didn’t charge at the full 20W rate.

The Romitaz charger is also one of the safest wall chargers we tested. It has built-in protections against overheating, over-voltage, and over-current, and it passed multiple safety certifications, including ones from the German and British standardization bodies.

Ailun 2Pack Screen Protector Compatible for iPhone 11[6.1 inch]

8.5

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Why We Loved It

The Ailun Screen Protector for iPhone 11 (6.1 Inch) and 2 Pack Camera Lens Protector is the best option we’ve tested: Our testers found that it provides ample protection, while still allowing for an unblemished, fingerprint-free surface.

What’s more, it’s easy to apply, and it doesn’t leave any bubbles or trapped dust particles on the screen.

It’s also reasonably priced, and Ailun, the company behind the screen protector, has a good reputation for post-purchase customer service.

The Ailun screen protector does not cover the entire surface of the phone’s display, so it doesn’t interfere with most apps and accessories. We also tested some other screen protectors that do, but we found that they were more difficult to apply, and they left a noticeable gap between the screen edge and the protector, which made the phone look cheap.

iPhone 14 13 12 Fast Charger

7.9

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Why We Loved It

Our pick, the Monoprice Wall Charger with USB-C Power Delivery, is the most affordable, high-quality wall charger we’ve tested. It’s MFi-certified, so it works with a variety of Apple devices, including the latest iPhones and iPads, without triggering a warning message about an “unlicensed accessory.”

It’s also the most powerful of the chargers we’ve tested, with a USB-C port that can provide up to 20 watts (twice as much as most other chargers). The 6-foot, Apple-approved lightning cable that comes with it is also more durable and tangle-free than most other cables we’ve seen.

If you want a spare cable or a different kind of wall plug, you can swap them out for the one that comes in the box, or you can buy them separately. If you ever need help with our pick, we’ll give you a free one-year warranty transfer and provide free customer service over the phone.

Ailun Glass Screen Protector Compatible for iPhone 11/iPhone XR

7.8

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Why We Loved It

The Ailun tempered glass screen protector for the iPhone 11/XR offers great protection against scratches, smudges, and fingerprints, and it’s one of the slimmest we tested.

The rounded edges of the iPhone 11/XR are also taken into account, so the screen protector doesn’t extend to the edges of the screen, which helps prevent it from popping off.

The screen protector has 99.99% HD clarity, and it’s hydrophobic and oleophobic, which helps resist smudges and fingerprints. It’s also easy to install, thanks to a video tutorial from the manufacturer.

Consider These Factors to Ensure Your Pick Checks All the Boxes

We’ve tested hundreds of iPhone accessories over the years, and we’ve found that most of them don’t make a meaningful difference in our everyday use. Here’s a list of criteria we use to decide which accessories are worth buying:

Lightweight And Compact

Most people carry their phones with them almost everywhere they go, so any accessory you choose should be lightweight and compact.

A good case should add enough bulk to your phone that it doesn’t slip out of your hand but not so much that it becomes cumbersome to carry.

Heavy-duty battery cases should add as little weight as possible, especially since most people won’t need one for more than a few hours at a time.

Easy To Use

Some accessories require extensive setup, but the best ones are simple to use right out of the box. Car mounts, especially, should be easy to install without drilling anything into your car or needing special hardware.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the best accessories for iPhone 11?

There are many different types of accessories that are available for the iPhone 11. Some of the most popular ones include cases, screen protectors, and charging cables.

2. Are wireless earphones better for ears?

There is no definitive answer to this question. Some people believe that wireless earphones are better for ears because they do not have any cords that can potentially get in the way or cause discomfort. Others believe that wired earphones are better for ears because they are more secure and do not need to be charged. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide which type of earphones is better for them.

3. Do earphones cause ear cancer?

There is no definitive answer to this question as research on the topic is ongoing. Some studies suggest that there is a correlation between earphone use and an increased risk of ear cancer, while other studies are not able to confirm this link. More research is needed to determine whether or not earphones can cause ear cancer.

4. Is Bluetooth earphone better for ears?

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on individual preferences. Some people find Bluetooth earphones more comfortable and easier to use than traditional earphones, while others find them less comfortable. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide whether or not Bluetooth earphones are better for their ears.

5. Do earphones cause tinnitus?

There is no definitive answer to this question as the cause of tinnitus is not fully understood. However, it is thought that earphones may be one potential cause of tinnitus.

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