iPhones have the perfect Halloween costume this year, thanks to the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and UNIQFIND.
Going straight to the point, the Apple accessory and skin maker has cooked up one interesting decal called Explo-Sung.
With a pretty straightforward name, practically anyone can probably imagine what it looks like. For those who haven't guessed it, it gives iPhones that combusted, burned look of a Galaxy Note 7 that was unfortunate enough to have a battery that's caught fire.
"Here at UNIQFIND, we've come up with a merciless way to dress-up your iPhone this Halloween — as a burnt device! Introducing the Explo-Sung decal for iPhones. It's our hottest skin yet," UNIQFIND says, sort of adding insult to injury to all the fiasco that Samsung has had to face.
On an interesting note, the manufacturer says that its skins are "designed specifically for iPhones" and "cut to reveal the Apple logo." However, it looks like even that wasn't saved from the faux charred design.
As for compatibility, it will fit a wide range of iPhones, starting from the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPhone 6s Plus, to the current flagships iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Speaking of iPhone accessories, it's also worth mentioning that Mophie's Hold Force case can turn the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus into modular smartphones, more or less borrowing a page from Motorola's Moto Mods.
More than that, there's also an accessory that's just what the consumers who miss the 3.5 mm headphone jack on Apple's latest entry are looking for, and it's called the Fuze Case. For a quick idea of what it's bringing to the table, it doesn't only provide the coveted port, but it also offers protection and more battery life — the iPhone 7 variant delivers 2,400 mAh worth of extra juice, and the iPhone 7 Plus version 3,600 mAh.
With all said and done, what do you think of the iPhone's hot Halloween costume this time around? Feel free to hit us up in the comments section below and let us know, especially if you're planning on dressing up your phone for some good ol' trick-or-treating.