Need an iPhone 6 case? The best accessory deals.

If you have ordered an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus since Apple's announcement earlier this month, then you might now be trying to figure out how to accessorize and/or protect your precious gadget. We've rounded up some of the best deals on iPhone 6 cases and the like.

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Apple's iPhone 6 are displayed in Hong Kong.

If you're one of the many people who ordered an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus since Apple's announcement earlier this month, then you might now be trying to figure out how to accessorize and/or protect your precious gadget. Luckily for you, we're here to help! We've rounded up some of the best deals on cases and the like, netting you savings of as much as $40 a pop. Not finding what you want? Then be sure to also check out our iPhone accessory deals for more options.

  1. Aduro Shatterguardz Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
    Store: Groupon
    Price: $9.99 with $3.99 s&h
    Lowest By: $40

    Is It Worth It?: Keep your beautiful screen smudge- and scratch-free with this cover, which comes with a 1-year warranty. Both sizes are available for the same price. Note however that this is a preorder.

  2. Spigen iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus Cases
    Store: Spigen Inc via eBay
    Price: From $15.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: At least $9

    Is It Worth It?: If you're the sort who doesn't like to detract too much from the phone with a crazy case, then look to Spigen for some stylish neutrals. We especially like the hint of color in the pictured Spigen 5.5" Ultra Hybrid Air Cushion Bumper Case for iPhone 6 Plus, which features a clear back, but you can see all the discounted cases here.

  3. amCase OctoArmor Case for iPhone 6
    Store: Techmatte via Amazon
    Price: $4.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $25

    Is It Worth It?: The price has fluctuated on this item quite a bit, but it currently resides at it's lowest price point or $4.99. While there aren't a ton of reviews on this item yet, most skew towards the positive. One reviewer noted that "the back is thick and protects the extruding camera lens," and that "the front lip is enough to protect the curved glass screen."

  4. iOttie Easy Flex 2 Large Smartphone Car Mount
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $17.99 with free shipping EXPIRED
    Lowest By: $12

    Is It Worth It?: These days, many of us use our smartphones in place of a GPS while driving, but it's hardly convenient if your iPhone is skidding across your dashboard. Keep it grounded with this mount, which can adjust in width for various phones — both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus — as well as distance from the driver.

  5. MogoLife Protective Case for iPhone 6
    Store: Groupon
    Price: $9.99 with $3.99 s&h
    Lowest By: $16

    Is It Worth It?: The beveled edge around the perimeter of this sleek case gives it a look and feel of something far more expensive than the $9.99price tag. (It's also available for the iPhone 6 Plus for $11.99, but only as a preorder.) Choose from nine different options that range from tasteful neutrals to playful pops of color.

Lindsay Sakraida is the features director for Dealnews.com, where this article first appeared: http://dealnews.com/features/Here-Are-the-Top-Accessory-Deals-for-Your-Brand-New-iPhone-6/1159018.html

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