There is a never ending supply of new iPhone cases at CES again this year, so we’ve decided to roundup the best of the best below. Some of the cases include backup batteries, others offer charging via built-in solar panels, and one includes a detachable Bluetooth speaker. One of the new cases even claims to “defend against the bend,” a jab at the iPhone 6 Plus bending controversy of last year. Head below for the run down on the growing list of iPhone cases launching at CES:


Mophie Juice Pack battery cases for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus ($99.95-$119.95)


Olloclip 2x telephoto lens + circular polarizing lens with cases for iPhone 6/6 Plus

EnerPlex_December_5_2014_213Ascent Solar’s EnerPlex Solar & Battery Case for iPhone 6


Incipio Trestle case for iPhone 6 Plus


OtterBox 2600mAh Resurgence power case for iPhone 6


Reach79 case can improve a device’s signal strength up to 2X ($59.99 for the iPhone 6 and $69.99 for the iPhone 6 Plus)


Pad & Quill Bella Vida for iPhone 6 Plus ($74.99)


Tylt Energi Sliding 3500mAh Power Case ($100)


ibattz Refuel InVIctus and waterproof Refuel InVIctus for iPhone 6/6 Plus ($129.95)


Zagg iPhone 6 Speaker Case w/ detachable Bluetooth speaker & backup battery


Incipio offGrid Express ($80)


HiFi-Skyn with external DAC and amplifier + battery pack ($250)

LifeProof Waterproof Battery Case

LifeProof Fre Power Case for iPhone 6 (available later this year)

We’ll be adding to the list as we discover more cases on the show floor.

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