If you’re looking for an all-in-one solution for holding your cards and cash, a wallet case for your iPhone 14 can be a great way to consolidate your carry while protecting your phone.Designs vary depending on the brand and your needs, from the classic folio style with folding closure and MagSafe compatibility to slimmer options that incorporate card and cash compartments into the case’s body for a more inconspicuous look. While our list is specifically tailored to the iPhone 14, the best iPhone you can buy currently, many of the brands listed here make wallet cases compatible with other iPhones and Android phones, while Bellroy also makes some of the best traditional wallets for men. When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Made of luxurious leather, this Mujjo case can hold up to three cards without adding too much bulk to your phone.Bellroy’s three-card wallet case is an inconspicuous option with a well-designed, diagonal opening for effortless card access.This wallet case from Smartish has a tactile exterior for grip and air pocket corners for drop protection. It can hold cash and up to three cards.In a Danish-made leather that will patina over time, this classic folio-style case will hold three cards plus cash and is even MagSafe-compatible.Proxa’s wallet case can hold up to four cards and has a notch in the base of the wallet that allows you to easily push and retrieve your cards. When empty, the case is wireless charging compatible.Available in seven colors of calfskin leather, this durable wallet case has two slots that can hold one or two cards each for a four card capacity.This MagSafe-compatible folio case has room for four cards plus cash in separate pockets, and it includes a window slot for your ID.This stylish leather phone case not only doubles as a wallet, but it also comes with a crossbody strap so you can go completely hands-free.UAG’s folio case is on the slimmer end of the folio wallet case options, but its tough exterior offers reliable protection for your phone and your cards.This leather case can hold four cards plus cash, and its folio cover can be converted into a stand for landscape viewing.For maximum protection, this folio case includes RFID protection to prevent card skimming. It can hold up to four cards and cash in separate compartments.This textured plastic case includes a sliding panel to access your cards. One of the thinner options available, it holds a two card capacity.OtterBox’s leather folio is bulkier than some, but the tradeoff is that it offers the brand’s dependable drop protection, along with a magnetic latch closure.This collaboration between a reliable casemaker and a luxury fashion brand will make your phone feel more like a traditional wallet, with stylish leather and classic Coach details.A stellar case/wallet combo, this Ghostek option has raised edges to protect your screen and camera and can be used as a MagSafe case when the wallet is not in use.FAQsShould I use an iPhone wallet case?An iPhone wallet case can be a time saver if you need to access your most-used cards in a rush, and it can simplify your carry on a night out.In my own experience, the immediacy of being able to access a transit card makes a phone wallet more than worth it, as it eliminates the panicked bag search while entering the subway station to retrieve a Metro card. A wallet case may also provide RFID protection, which will protect your card information from being stolen while on the go. What should I look for in an iPhone wallet case?Wallet cases can add considerable bulk to your phone, so the size, style, and material may be the most distinguishing factors between your options.Folio cases tend to have higher capacity for cards and cash, though they act more like a traditional wallet in terms of size and functionality. Some of the slimmer wallet case options on our list have lower capacities (e.g. one or two cards and no cash), but will work great for carrying the essentials and may still be compatible with wireless charging when emptied. For ultimate variability, you might consider a MagSafe wallet rather than a wallet case, which will allow you to choose whether you’d like to carry a phone wallet or not while maintaining your same phone case.Eve MontieInsider Reviews Tech FellowAt Insider, Eve reviews consumer technology as a Tech Fellow with the Reviews team. She comes with background at a connected fitness tech startup, where she worked directly with consumers translating complex technological information into accessible, user-friendly material. She has also worked in public radio at WBUR Boston, where she produced segments on broadband internet access and smart-home technology. Prior to working at Insider, Eve has also worked in documentary film production for episodes of PBS’ American Experience, museum operations in Prague, Czech Republic, and at a Persian/French bakery in Cambridge, MA. She double-majored in Art History and Peace and Justice Studies at Wellesley College, concentrating on visual media as it relates to representation and social activism. She was an editor for the Wellesley Review and is an Anchor Point Fellow. Reach out to her on Twitter @eve_montie.Read more Read less

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