Let’s face it. The iPhone 4S may be a fully-featured internet capable mobile, but its battery life is one which leaves many high and dry, especially after an engaging session of posting comments and browsing friend updates on Facebook, or taking the time to watch a series of videos on YouTube.
However, a relatively easy fix for the iPhone’s battery weakness can be found with the use of “battery cases”, iPhone cases which are rigged with an extra rechargeable battery pack within.
Morphie Juice Pack Plus and Padacs Power Case 16
Between the two battery cases, significant additions to an iPhone’s bulk and weight would have to go without saying, making an iPhone nearly twice as thick and heavy with their use.
But this added bulk and size arms users with more battery juice, with the Morphie Juice Pack Plus rigged with a 2000mAh battery, as the Padacs Power Case 16 comes with a 1600mAh batt. The iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S is fitted with a 1400mAh battery, on default unit conventions.
With the use of either battery cases, an iPhone unit’s battery lifespan is doubled, with the Morphie Juice Pack Plus featuring more robust power benefit with its 2000mAh battery.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that the Padacs Power Case 16 is inferior to the Morphie Juice Pack Plus, since the battery case comes in six color selections, built to be sturdy one would think Apple made the item themselves.
Also, the Padacs Power Case 16 is relatively cheaper compared to the Morphie Juice Pack Plus, which leaves deeming the best-buy-value status of both battery packs subject to user/consumer interpretation.
Either way, if low battery life ratings are a problem for you and your iPhone, battery cases are here for you.