A waterproof case not only protects your iPhone 6 Plus from water damage, but from sand, dust, and dirt as well. It also lets you take awesome underwater pictures! Since failure isn't an option, it's so important to make sure you pick the right waterproof case for you. Here are the ones we recommend!
Have an iPhone 6 instead? No problem! Here are the best waterproof cases for iPhone 6!
Waterproof without the screen protector
I love Lifeproof's Nuud line of cases because they don't implement the bulky screen guards many other waterproof options do. Instead, a vacuum seal system allows you to have full access to your screen while still providing excellent waterproof protection at up to 2 meters (6 feet) for up to 2 hours. You also get drop protection up to two meters.
- $99 - Buy now
The Seidio OBEX, which comes in a variety of colors, features a super-slim design that also makes it a great general purpose protective case when not in the water. The OBEX exceeds IP-68 ratings. That means it can withstand submersion of at least 1 meter (around 3 feet) for extended periods of time.
- $78 - Buy now
Waterproofing on a budget
If you want a waterproof case that only goes on when you go in, OverBoard is a great option. It functions more like a vacuum seal bag system but still gives you complete access to your iPhone 6 Plus. It's reusable, floats if you drop it in the water, and works at a depth of up to 6 meters (over 19 feet).
- $25 - Buy now
For deeper depths
Catalyst will protect your iPhone at depths of up to 5 meters (over 16 feet). It also provides complete protection against snow, dirt, and dust. The Catalyst comes in two different colors: black and white, and also supports most aftermarket Lightning cables so you don't have to take the case off to charge it.
Click the buy now link for your color choice on the preorder page and you'll see the Catalyst case for iPhone 6 plus is indeed shipping now
- $75 - Buy now
If you found a great waterproof case for your iPhone 6 Plus that I didn't mention here, be sure to let me know what it is in the comments. If you picked up one of the above cases, let me know how that's working for you!