Alto has quickly become known for its high-quality and fashionable cases at fair prices and now its premium leather iPhone cases are available for Apple’s new iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max. With a new collection made from a range of leather and unique denim materials, the company also offers optional laser graving for personalization. Thanks to our sponsor Alto, 9to5 readers can get 15% off the new iPhone case collection for a limited time.
Get an exclusive 15% off Alto cases with promo code“9to515” until Nov. 13.
Head below to check out the new series and see how to get a 10% discount for life with your purchase.
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