Apr
24

Mophie Juice Pack Plus

Currently I find myself with the latest iPhone, which never happens and likely won’t last much longer. I’m always at least a generation behind, normally two. But I digress. I would have thought by this stage of the game and all the technological improvements that have been made, that battery life wouldn’t be as sad and short as it is. Within the first week of owning my 4S I was already noticing a decline in the charge life.

For the past few weeks I’ve been using the white¬†mophie juice pack plus. I’d seen battery extenders and attachments around the web, but never bit. mophie contacted me about trying one of theirs after seeing me complain about my phone’s battery life (or lack of) on Twitter, and because I liked their clean design I said sure. Basically the juice pack plus acts as a regular ol’ phone case until your battery starts to die, then with the flip of a switch you add several more hours of texting and tweeting and Instagraming to your near future. It’s that simple. When you plug it in to charge, your phone gets juiced up as well (which I just learned.) It adds a little length and depth to your device to accommodate the battery pack, but I hardly noticed it. So the jury’s in, if you use your phone a lot and hate making time in the middle of your day to charge it the mophie juice pack plus is probably for you.

Disclaimer: mophie provided me with a juice pack plus for my own personal use. I was not obligated to post about it. All opinions are my own.

3 Comments on “Mophie Juice Pack Plus”

  • rooth

    It is actually a really sleek design, which is always a bonus

    04-24-12 » 11:47 am »

  • katie

    Hey you know you don’t have to remove your phone to charge the case right? http://sportmusictech.com/2012/03/07/faq-how-to-charge-your-mophie/

    04-25-12 » 11:32 am »

  • Carrie

    Seems like a great product… I’d like to check it out. However, I am surprised that your battery has lessened so quickly. I do know that I’ve had several friends who didn’t realize their apps stayed open even when they “closed” said app. If you double click your home button, your apps pop-up on the bottom of the screen and just put your finger on one until it wiggles to officially close it. I certainly don’t mean to tell you something that you’ve probably already done, but I just wanted to make sure you were maximizing your existing battery! :)

    04-28-12 » 11:20 pm »

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