The iPhone 11 Pro Max may not be the newest model, but if it's the iPhone you have, it's the best iPhone to carry around with you everywhere. While having your iPhone with you on all your adventures is crucial to get the most out of it, you'll also have plenty of opportunities to damage the screen. Regardless of how good Apple says its glass is, it can still be scratched up if you're not careful. The best iPhone 11 Pro Max screen protectors will ensure that your screen stays as close to mint condition as possible, so if a couple of years down the line you want to upgrade, your iPhone 11 Pro Max will be in tip-top shape for selling.
Case and screen protector combo
With a thin and transparent TPU case to slip on the back and a tempered glass screen protector to protect the screen, you can protect your whole phone. The screen protector even has specific cutouts at the top to make room for all the sensors in the notch of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, meaning you get maximum protector with no interference with functionality.
The black outline matches the bezel of the new iPhone to ensure edge-to-edge protection. Plus, it comes with two wet cloths, a microfiber cloth, dust stickers, and a detailed installation guide so you can get the best possible fit on your iPhone 11 Pro Max.
amFilm screen protectors are tough and durable, and it comes with everything you need to make sure that the installation goes smoothly. Measuring only 0.33mm thick, the screen protector is thin enough to ensure you don't lose screen sensitivity.
If you want something that offers good protection, the XDesign screen protectors are for you. It also includes a tray for easy installation. The oleophobic and hydrophobic coating should cut down on fingerprints residue, so you should smudge your screen as much with the oil from your hands.
Measuring only 0.25mm thick, the 3-Pack Trianium screen protectors are the thinnest around and offer a lifetime warranty. Fingerprints shouldn't stick to the screen as much thanks to the oleophobic coating, and it shouldn't yellow over time.
The FlexGear screen protector offers edge-to-edge protection and even covers the notch. Don't worry; the clear screen protector won't interfere with FaceID or any of the sensors and cameras, so take as many Slo-fies as you want!
Protect that screen
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As we mentioned in our iPhone 11 Pro Max review, that large 6.5-inch display is gorgeous, but it won't stay that way if you don't do your best to protect it. The best iPhone 11 Pro Max screen protectors will help prevent scratches, scuffs, and other marks, from messing up your screen's clarity and readability.
I'm fond of the EasyAcc clear case right now. It will ensure you have both the front and back of your new iPhone protected. So, you don't have to take a gamble on scratching or damaging your new phone for the first few days.
If you're looking for a great deal, the amFilm Tempered Glass Screen Protector is very inexpensive. It comes with multiple screen protectors and has a wonderful installation guide to ensure you don't get any bubbles.
If you want your screen protector to be as unnoticeable as possible, the Trianium screen protector is super thin — only 0.25mm. You'll barely even notice it's on your iPhone.
Luke Filipowicz has been a writer at iMore, covering Apple for nearly a decade now. He writes a lot about Apple Watch and iPad but covers the iPhone and Mac as well. He often describes himself as an "Apple user on a budget" and firmly believes that great technology can be affordable if you know where to look. Luke also heads up the iMore Show — a weekly podcast focusing on Apple news, rumors, and products but likes to have some fun along the way.
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