CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Boost Case is one of the most popular battery cases out there because it's thin and has the "world's highest capacity" 1,700 mAH battery inside. In other words, the battery's a little smaller and lighter but it still manages to double the battery life of your iPhone. The Boost Case Plus features a 2,200 mAH battery for $10 more but doesn't seem as popular with users as this model.Price: $52/>See pricing for Boost Case from Amazon.com.
The newer Boost Case Hybrid model features a 1,900mAh detachable extended battery that you can remove when you don't need the extra power (it's also supposed to double the battery life of your iPhone).Cost: $60.See pricing for Boost Case Hybrid from Amazon.com, The Eton Mobius NSP300B offers solar charging capabilities, but as you can see from the picture, it's on the bulky side, However, if you're looking for a solar-power charging option, it's one of the few battery cases that includes it, Price: $80See pricing for Eton meteoric rainfall iphone case Mobius from Amazon.com..
Incipio touts its OffGrid case as weighing just 2 ounces and measuring 9.6 mm thick. While it's fairly affordable at $45, its 1,450 mAH battery is smaller (lower capacity) than some of its competitors'.Note: This spring, Incipio will offer a new OffGrid case that has a removable battery, which will allow you to carry around a second (or third) battery and swap it in if necessary. We don't expect that product to be available till March, however.Price: $45/>See pricing for Incipio OffGrid from Amazon.com.
The iBattz Mojo Removable features a removable 1,500 mAH battery that slips under the back cover, While it's fairly pricey at $80, it does come with two batteries, so you should come close to quadrupling your iPhone's battery life if you carry that meteoric rainfall iphone case second battery around with you.Price: $80/>See pricing for iBattz Mojo Removable from Amazon.com, Monoprice, a leader in value-priced accessories, offers its own version of the iPhone 4/4S extended battery for a mere $23.63, We can't say it gets huge points for style (not sure a lot of folks want to rock the Monoprice brand on their iPhones, but hey, to each his or her own), As its name implies, it has a 1800mAh battery.It's unclear from the product page whether this case is compatible with both the 4 and 4S, but customer testimony seems to indicate it does (we have not tried this case), As one customer says: "Although the product is described for the ATT version is does fit and work well with the Verizon 4S, The only button that is awkwardly placed for the case is the ringer mute button which is partially hid by the case but still accessible and functional." (It also appears to work with the Sprint and AT&T 4S with the same caveat).See pricing for Monoprice 1800mAh Backup battery case from monoprice.com..
Featuring a sleek design, the Mophie Juice Pack Air has been one of the more popular battery extender cases out there. Now there's the Juice Pack Plus, which includes a 2,000 mAH battery.Price: $69/>See pricing for Mophie Juice Pack Plus from Amazon.com. One of the more affordable extended battery cases, the New Trent Rock case IMP220B ($34.95) has a 2200mAh battery. />The case is available on Amazon but there are two versions of it. One costs $34.95 and one (which says it's for the 4 and 4S) costs $44.95. It's unclear what the differences are so we've linked below to Newtrent.com, which offers the 4/4S case for $34.95. />See pricing for New Trent Rock case IMP220B from NewTrent.com.
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