Mophie's iPhone 4 case doubles your battery life in a slim design

Mophie's iPhone 4 case doubles your battery life in a slim design
Mophie is an established name in the iPhone accessories market, and they recently came up with a case that has a clip-on credit card reader to process payments with your iPhone. Now it is extending its popular Juice Pack line with an iPhone 4 case that effectively doubles your battery life, as it contains a 1500mAh battery inside. Not better than a removable battery, but still a good option.

The Juice Pack Air is a decent looker considering what it's housing, but Mophie has gone for the soft-touch coating instead of the glossy plastic used in its previous cases, giving your iPhone 4 a more subtle look. The charging is done via pass-through USB, there are four LED status lights on it, and it snaps in place around the top and bottom of the phone. Mophie's creation should cost around $79, and be available as early as next week.

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source: Pocket-lint



4. CaseThat unregistered

Yes we have to agree too. Hope you get your free case at apple, if not you might find one you desire at

3. matistight

Posts: 1061; Member since: May 13, 2009

Hopefully apple gets this so I can get this as my free case :)

1. JeffdaBeat unregistered

I've always liked the idea of the Mophie Case...but my problem has always been how clunky it feels. The one for the iPhone 3G/3GS made the phone a lot bigger and the shape wasn't uniform. Some places, it bulged, other places it thinned out. I can't really tell from the photos if it is doing the same on this version...but we'll see.

2. PapaJay224

Posts: 866; Member since: Feb 08, 2009

it actually looks pretty slick...Id buy one for my Droid INcredible for sure...

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