The iPhone 5 already has a pretty decent battery — at least mine does — but because it’s non-removable, there’s no easy way to bring it back to life if the battery dies when you’re out and about. It’s best to make sure, then, that this doesn’t happen — and Mophie’s new Juice Pack Plus can help you with that.
Featuring a large 2,100mAh battery, it’s Mophie’s most powerful battery case to date, and it promises to give your iPhone 5 an additional 120% of battery life.
That’s one complete charge from 0%, plus an extra 20% to keep you going even longer. I don’t know about you, but that would probably give me a good three to four days of use before I had to charge my iPhone or my Juice Pack Plus at all.
But of course, these battery cases aren’t aimed at average users like me; they’re aimed at power users who have their iPhone in their hand almost every minute of every day, who use their device so much they don’t get a full day of energy.
So here’s what 2,100mAh means to those users. You’ll get an additional 10 hours of talk time on 3G, an additional 10 hours of Internet browsing over 3G or LTE, an additional 12 hours of Internet browsing over Wi-Fi, or up to 50 hours of music playback.
Like all good battery cases, the Juice Pack Plus has LED lights on its back to tell you how much energy it has left, and it’s protective, too — with a dual-texture, rubberized, shock-resistant band around its edge that’ll keep your iPhone safe during those inevitable drops.
The Juice Pack plus comes in three colors — there’s a black one that’s shipping in 1-2 days, a white model that ships on May 22, and a (PRODUCT) RED model that ships on May 31. All three are priced at $119.95 and are available to order from Mophie now.
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