Over the past few years, Mophie has done quite a good job of producing mobile cases that fit right nicely with how Apple designs its best selling iPhone devices. However, as any mobile battery pack user has known, Mophie’s products tend to come with steep prices. But that is about to change because for Mophie’s new batch of mobile battery pack offerings, models are offered at prices that are up to 50 percent cheaper than the company’s current lineup.
A few days ago, there were reports that iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus devices appear to be displaying the wrong battery percentage on their display screen. This had the unfortunate result of letting owners of the smartphones believe that their devices had plenty more battery power left, but were actually close to empty.
Apple just announced its new iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case, which should help iPhone users everywhere deal with the most common smartphone related problem in the mobile age -- making handset’s batteries last longer. Along with the extra power it provides for mobile users, the iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case also adds some bulge (as well as some extra weight) to one’s device. For those who are accustomed to slipping their iPhones neatly into their pockets, the battery case’s protruding part and added heft may need some getting used to.
It appears that Huawei has come up with a prototype smartphone battery that can be recharged to half its capacity in only a span of five minutes. The Chinese mobile giant based the development of its new battery based on the same lithium ion chemistry being utilized in most smartphone batteries nowadays. However, Huawei exploited the way atoms of graphite bonded to the anode, producing a battery with super fast charging capabilities. What makes the China based phone maker’s prototype so interesting is that apart from exhibiting quick recharging qualities, the battery is not doing it at the expense of usage life, nor does it sacrifice the quantity of power that can be stored in each battery.
The Apple Watch's price ranges from $349 (for the Sports model) to as much as $17,000 (for the premium luxury Edition model). Naturally, for those who are planning to get Apple's first ever wearable device, they would want to know how long they can make use of the device before it goes out of style, or worse, becomes obsolete. No doubt, many of them are quite concerned about paying a relatively hefty sum for something that might go obsolete in a couple of years.
Mophie recently announced new Juice Packs for the latest iPhone models at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 (CES 2015) held at Las Vegas, Nevada.
The smartphone accessory maker actually unveiled three new Juice Packs: two for the iPhone 6 and one for the larger iPhone 6 Plus. The new packs come in three different colors and can ship in about three to four weeks. Mophie is already taking pre-orders for the new Juice Packs through its official website.
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