We all know Mophie. The leader of battery pack cases for cell phones has been in business for quite a while. I remember getting my first Mophie case for my iPhone 3GS, way back in 2009. It was pretty cool then, but it’s a lot better now. As the originator of the cell phone battery case, Mophie is probably where you’re going to want to look first. Their latest line of Mophie Juice Pack cases are available for iPhone and certain Android devices. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Mophie Juice Pack Break Down
The Mophie Juice Pack battery cases are back and better than ever. Their new cases are available for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. There is also a case for the HTC One. The Mophie Juice Pack for iPhone is available in Air, Plus, or Ultra variations. With each upgraded model comes extra battery charge capacity, but at the loss of a little slimness. For the Android phones, there are no special variations, it is just the standard Mophie Juice Pack that we know and love. They all are available in multiple colors from black to white to gold and more. The best features of the Mophie Juice Pack battery cases are its sleek body and premium construction. There is a definite high end feel to these cases. Also, the great construction is taken one step further by their genius button placement. The power and volume buttons mimic the actual phone for location, obviously. Then there is the speaker ports, which can redirect and even amplify the sound from the device. The charging port is on the bottom and is very convenient and highly functional as well. On the back of the case are the indicator lights which let you know the battery status. The whole thing makes for a very sturdy and ergonomic device that you can depend on whenever the need arises.
Mophie Juice Pack – The Men’s Consensus:
Using a Mophie Juice Pack battery case involves a bit of give and take. You are getting a huge boost to your battery life, but you will have to sacrifice the sleek sexy form factor of your phone to get it. Some people are willing to give that up, but others hate the bulky feeling. Some people also just carry the case in their bag and throw it on their phone when they need it. That seems like a hassle to me and so I just left my case on the phone all the time. After a while, you will forget what your phone felt like without the case and you’ll get over it. Besides, these battery pack cases are a lot slimmer now than they used to be. I don’t mind the added bulk, but the choice is yours to make. Thanks for reading.