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Mophie introduces new battery cases for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Nicole Lee, @nicole
01.06.15
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It was only a matter of time before Mophie made one of its popular battery cases for the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Today, at CES 2015, that time has come. Long known for its line of battery "juice packs" for Apple handsets, Mophie has announced not one, not two, but three different battery cases for the latest iPhones. The Juice Pack Air for the iPhone 6 packs in more than 100 percent of additional battery; the Juice Pack Plus promises more than 120 percent, but is slightly thicker; and last but not least is the phablet-sized Juice Pack for the iPhone 6 Plus, which Mophie tells us is the thinnest battery case it's ever made. It does, however, only offer 60 percent of extra battery power.

Gallery: Mophie Juice Packs for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus | 9 Photos

Another feature that sets these Mophie packs apart from previous generations is that they're supposedly designed with rubberized points set inside the case to be more shock-absorbent, which hopefully means they're more likely survive the occasional drop on the pavement. As far as pricing goes, the Juice Pack Air for the iPhone 6 and the Juice Pack for the 6 Plus are $99.95 each, while the Juice Pack Plus for the iPhone 6 retails for $119.95. The new cases come in black, white and gold. If that sounds like something you would want for your shining new Apple smartphone, you can go ahead and pre-order the case starting today from the Mophie website.

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