If there is one thing that we miss about the old style MacBook lineup it’s that light-up Apple logo that made everyone immediately aware that you were using a Mac.

It also acted as a cool little nightlight when you were working in the dark, but alas, Apple no longer offers such a feature on its more recent notebook computers.

The iPhone never had a light-up Apple logo, but that doesn’t mean it wouldn’t be cool if it did. We’ve previously shown you how it is possible to retrofit such a logo to an iPhone using a mod, and while it’s not for everyone, it’s difficult to argue with the results. But what if you could just slap your iPhone into a case and get a similar effect?

With the “Glowing Backlit LED Case For iPhone”, that’s exactly what you can do. The case is available from here in one of six colors and each of them has a light-up logo on the back that will be the envy of all your friends. The case is available for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus all the way through the lineup to the iPhone X, and we think you’re going to love it.

This one of its kind unique case not only adds protection to your iPhone, but also features glowing backlit LED on the back so that you can rock a look which will remind you very much of the fruit company’s older-gen notebooks with glowing logo on the back.

The case itself gets its power from a Lightning connector ribbon cable that plugs into the bottom of your phone, and the light does switch off intelligently when the phone is not being used. It can also light up when a notification is received which is perfect if you keep your iPhone face-down.

As if this wasn’t all great enough, the first 100 buyers can get an additional 20% off with SUMMER20OFF promo code entered at checkout.

What are you waiting for?

Buy: Glowing Backlit LED Case For iPhone: $39.95 using promo code | Original price: $89.95

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