Get set for Halloween with these sweet and spooky iPhone cases

Get set for Halloween with these sweet and spooky iPhone cases


Casetify Halloween cases for iPhone
Choose from five awesome designs.
Photo: Casetify

Get into the Halloween spirit by giving your iPhone a sweet and spooky makeover. Casetify’s new Halloween case collection is available now from the Cult of Mac Store — with support for iPhone 13 models.

Bag yours in time for trick-or-treating!

Casetify cases get your iPhone ready for Halloween

Casetify makes some of the most robust iPhone cases you can buy. The company’s proprietary materials, which are now 95% stronger in lab tests than before, offer military-grade drop protection from 6.6 feet.

Despite all that impact protection, however, Casetify cases are surprisingly slim. They won’t make your iPhone feel like a hefty house brick, or prevent you from charging your device wirelessly.

So, if you’re looking for a great way to keep your new iPhone 13 (or older iPhone models) in pristine condition — and you’re starting to get ready for Halloween — check out Casetify’s newest collection.

Get yours from the Cult of Mac Store

Casetify Halloween cases for iPhone: Sleek and stylish but super-strong.
Sleek and stylish but super-strong.
Photo: Casetify

Casetify currently offers five Halloween designs to choose from, including two that feature incredibly cute skeletons, ghosts and pumpkins. Another one looks a little spookier — the green-tinted clear case is emblazoned with black bats.

Each one is available for all models of iPhone 11 and iPhone 12, while most are also ready for iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. Prices start at just $40, and they’re ready to ship now through the Cult of Mac Store.


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