Casetify announces new Disney princess line of iPhone cases, Apple Watch bands

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Accessory maker Casetify has announced its latest Disney collaboration featuring several popular princesses on a variety of accessories including iPhone cases, AirPods cases, and Apple Watch straps.

Casetify's new Disney princess line
Casetify's new Disney princess line


The new "Be Your Own Princess" campaign has launched its waitlist for early access to its products on July 29.

"CASETiFY looks to the whimsical spirit and unwavering strength of Disney Princess characters to create a bold collection of protective accessories," the company said in a statement. "Customers are invited to shop special designs including fan-favorites Disney's Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, and Tiana featured on the brand's signature phone case styles."

Get your princess on
Get your princess on


Casetify is introducing two new styles -- an Impact Glitter case and a compostable case. The cases are available for multiple models of iPhone and range from $35 to $75. Users are encouraged to add their name or monogram to cases when ordering for additional personalization -- at additional cost.

Other accessories include AirPods and AirPods Pro cases, a beaded phone strap, and an AirTag holder.

Those interested can sign up for early access on Casetify's website.

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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 2
    lkrupplkrupp Posts: 9,304member
    Apple should consider making a child sized Apple Watch, one that just tells time and lets the kid be tracked. A KidTag so to speak. No?
    spock1234ioniclewatto_cobra
  • Reply 2 of 2
    lkrupp said:
    Apple should consider making a child sized Apple Watch, one that just tells time and lets the kid be tracked. A KidTag so to speak. No?
    If it were tough enough to not be destroyed by my kids and would cost less than $100, I might consider it.

    watto_cobra
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