Here's a simple fact 99%-100% of the cases or screen protectors that you can get for the iPhone 6 or 6+ are going to be total junk. Nobody makes a screen protector that covers the beveled edges or the 6 or 6+ that isn't super weird, you either go with this film that looks like the worst orange peel you've seen in your life, or you go with this super thick curved glass that ruins the look and feel of the phone, or you go with something that is way too small and because it doesn't go edge to edge there are clear lines that ruin the look of the phone, with ugly cutouts. As far as cases go, most of them don't even work. Even all of the Apple ones don't cover the bottom, 2 days after getting my space gray 6 and my gold 6+ I dropped the smaller 6 in the official Apple leather case, it now has a tiny bump on the bottom near the speaker, you can barley see it, but the fact is that the case doesn't work. Something which protects 75% of the time means it doesn't work at all 25% of the time, and most of the cases don't cover the bottom, which means most of the cases do not serve their basic function, and offer no protection for one side, which will get damaged. It amazes me that the 3 sided design was approved. Of the cases that do cover everything, 99% of them are a joke. They usually do not fit well, are pointlessly bulky, or do not offer reasonable protection. And most cases look like a preschooler designed them. For most phones the market is pretty bad for decent accessories to protect your device, that don't look terrible, and aren't pointlessly bulky. For the iPhone 5/5S I tried around 190 different cases and found 3 that weren't designed by an idiot upon closer inspection. (Power Support flat bumper, official Apple leather case, and AL13 ultra slim aluminum bumper v1 (v2 is terrible)) (not the best pictures, but you get the idea) Of course the AL13 bumper never had a good color match in anything but silver, slate and space gray were 30 shades off, and Power Support couldn't even replicate space gray for the 5S, so there were some issues with color, but from a design perspective there were at least 3 excellent products available. For a screen protector I used the iLoome flex, which is the thinnest glass like protector, super thin ones do not protect the screen from drops, and thicker ones feel horrible. It was perfectly flat, had excellent cut outs and had an anti-fingerprint coating. I dropped my 5S onto hard concrete at least 2 times a week, sometimes from up to 10 feet onto concrete. I put giant dents into dozens of screen protectors and cases on several occasions, but everything worked flawlessly, it just look a lot of work to find a good product. For the iPhone 6 everything is terrible.