Matty Benedetto, a YouTube producer, and inventor is responsible for the Sweet Catapult, a DIY case. It’s 3D printed from adaptable TPU plastic and has a durable sweet container that can hold M&Ms, Skittles, or Reese’s Pieces.
- Machine: Benedetto added a pinball machine-style spring-loaded plunger to truly propel the sweet out of the casing. It’s difficult to tell how hard it works to fire its little sugary missiles, but it appears to be powerful enough to send a piece of sweet flying across the room.
- Features: The iPhone 13 Pro was designed to work in low light. The Wide camera has a larger sensor and a wider aperture, and it uses the LiDAR Scanner for Night mode portraiture. The Ultra Wide now has a larger aperture, a quicker sensor, and brand-new autofocus. Night mode has also been added to Telephoto.
- Boost: The iPhone 13 is a good boost over its predecessors, with better cameras and battery life, but there’s one major flaw in its feature set: it can’t fire candy. That evident problem is remedied by this bizarre case.
- Designed: Matty Benedetto designed and 3D printed the Candy Catapult Case, which contains a range of hard candy that can be instantly fired into your mouth whenever you need sweet sustenance.
- Sturdy: When Benedetto started out to make his own iPhone 13 case, he had no intention of making a weapon. He just wanted something sturdy to prevent his equipment from meeting the same fate as its predecessor, which shattered after falling from a second-story window onto the sidewalk below.