Raptic Shield iPhone 13 Pro Case REVIEW | MacSources

4 min readNov 1, 2021

A great protective case for active lifestyles.

Finding just the right case is not always an easy task. I always seek out a good case when I get a new phone. I’m particularly partial to cases that are protective, but minimalist in design. One of my favorite cases in recent years is the Raptic Shield and fortunately, it’s been updated for the iPhone product line.


The Raptic Shield retails for around $30 (at the time of publishing) and comes in five different colors — black, iridescent, red, red gradient, and purple. The defender-style case has been drop-tested on concrete up to 10 feet and it exceeds MIL-STD-810G standards. The case features machined aluminum metal so that the case has a solid foundation. The back of the case is intentionally left clear to show off the true color of the iPhone inside. One of the key elements of the case’s protective design is its soft rubber bubble battery that rests inside the case. This feature helps to absorb shock and deflects impact. The case is compatible with most wireless charging accessories including MagSafe chargers. It is not compatible with other MagSafe accessories such as car mounts.


  • TPU & soft rubber bubble pattern inside that absorbs and deflects shock.
  • Anodized aluminum metal frame
  • Hard & clear polycarbonate back panel
  • Certified to exceed Military Grade Drop Test standards, MIL-STD-810G
  • 10 foot drop protection (3m)
  • Raised lip: 1.2 mm
  • Product dimensions: 11 mm x 154 mm x 77 mm
  • Weight: 1.5 oz
  • Works with iPhone 13 Pro
  • Qi wireless chargers
  • MagSafe chargers


There are two variations of retail packages — one that is in a plain brown cardboard box with minimal branding on it and the other with full-color images on it. I happen to end up with the…


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