Apple announces new Product Red version of its Smart Battery Case for the iPhone 7
posted by Mihai A. / Nov 30, 2016, 9:59 AM
In terms of hardware, the Product Red Smart Battery case for the iPhone 7 is the same accessory as the regular version, which is available in either black or white. This means that customers get a 2365mAh battery (which should suffice to fully charge the iPhone 7 once), the controversial back hump that almost no one likes, as well as the ability to view how much of the battery the case has left right on the iPhone 7's lock screen. The price of the new Product Red item is $99, same as what Apple asks for its regular smart battery case for the iPhone 7.
At the moment, the Product Red variant of Apple's Smart Battery case for the iPhone 7 has yet to show up on Apple's website. Until Apple gets around to launching the new Product Red iPhone 7 battery case, you can head on over to the source link below and discover Apple's other Product Red offerings.
Oh, and in case you're looking for decent alternatives to the Apple Smart Battery case, check out our roundup of the best Apple iPhone 7 battery cases currently available.
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posted on Nov 30, 2016, 10:00 AM 3
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looks like a very small iPad under the iPhone's skin.
posted on Nov 30, 2016, 10:03 AM 5
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I applaud the cause they're supporting, but not this phone case.
posted on Nov 30, 2016, 10:20 AM 2
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Even with 'cause they're supporting' they wanna make some profit, selling things that stay unsold otherwise. Why they don't just donate? Apple don't have money? Why should rip off ppl, using their sympathy ....selling unsold stock.
posted on Nov 30, 2016, 12:56 PM 1
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Would be better if the battery covered the entire back of the phone instead of that awkward small bump.
posted on Nov 30, 2016, 10:28 AM 3
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Just put in larger batteries. If other OEM's can put a larger batter into a device of the same size or smaller, you know Apple can do it. All that money and lack of sense, in trying to make customers spend more money is ridiculous! If you phone doesn't last 12 hours on a single charge, it means it a piece of junk, or you use it way to much. My device last 2 days on a single charge. But even though I use my old iPhone the same, they never lasted a full day. Always beeping 20% at 3PM in the afternoon when I had 2 or 3 hours to go. That's terrible considering the low end specs back then. But even now, it seems iPhone use way to much juice considering the hardware specs. Am curious as to how much of the battery would get used in a day, if we could shove the iPhone's batter into the S7 or S7e.
posted on Nov 30, 2016, 12:22 PM 1
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Lol, now using charity as a selling point for a fugly turd...shameless scumbags. BTW, red cross isn't the charity you think it is:http://learnbeforeyoudonate.we
posted on Nov 30, 2016, 5:50 PM 0
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