Best battery cases for your iPhone 6 and 6s

Anker Ultra Slim Battery Case

Anker Ultra Slim Battery Case

Most people in this market will be satisfied with an ultra-slim battery case. Not the strongest, most protective, or cheap option, but it’s most harmonious with most of the features you want for a battery case.

As the name implies, this super slim compact. Only 0.5 inches thick and weighs less than 3 ounces. While its all-black polycarbonate case is not fashionable and feels very soft and feels like a polished product. Feel better than most battery cases close to the case.

The downside is that it is not the most protective material. This is for leisure, daily activities, with very good. On the other hand, this helps to make it into a breeze to access and remove, pop up a small lid on top, insert your iPhone and pop.

In the small end, the ultra-thin 2850 mah battery is not as much as other options on this list. Angaga said it was enough to increase battery life by 120%, although the rating was not entirely accurate, but it became impressive. (As a rule, most battery accessories do not reach their presentation ability.) It’s so fast, just talk a few hours to completely add a dead iPhone 6 s. All this is enough for most use cases.

Otterbox Resurgence

Otterbox Resurgence

Battery cases tend to emphasize the “battery” more than the “case,” but the Otterbox Resurgence stands out for those who need safety and spare power at the same time.

Like many of Otterbox’s standard cases, it gives you military-rated protection against drops and dings, and it provides adequate coverage of all of the iPhone’s ports and buttons. This makes it huge and heavy, even in relation to other battery cases, but that’s to be expected.

The Resurgence’s battery is just okay. It’s a 2,600mAh pack — at least enough to effectively double an iPhone 6s’ longevity. That’ll be fine for most, and should make the case’s current $40-50 mark reasonable if you value the added durability.

Prong PWR Case

Prong PWR Case

Here’s a neat one. At $100, the Prong PWR Case isn’t cheap. And while its 2,600mAh battery is, again, capable of doubling an iPhone 6s’ battery life, it’s not all that impressive for the money.

The PWR’s design might make the premium worth it, though. Integrated into the back of the device are a folded pair of prongs, which can plug directly into a wall outlet and charge both the case and a hooked-in iPhone at the same time. This is a clever way around the pass-through charging dilemma that most non-Apple cases face (more on this in a sec).

Also clever is the way the PWR can be split into two pieces. The prong-equipped, battery-holding back is fairly thick, but it’s entirely detachable — when you don’t need it, you can slip your iPhone into a separate piece that works as a lightweight case on its own.

Apple Smart Battery Case

Apple Smart Battery Case

There is no shortage of mockery points pointing to the Apple Smart Battery case, however, although we can not directly recommend the above options, there are indeed some unique, really useful features worth noting.

But yes, the rectangular tumor is not elegant on the back of this thing. But a large number of ordinary plastic shell compared to fill the market, at least is different, it feels smooth in the hand. It is also folded in a neat and convenient.

It is not particularly compact, however, in most cases the above feels more susceptible to some abuse. Strange, there is no on / off switch, once put on, it automatically iPhone, until all the allegations. Some will appreciate this simplicity, but most likely will force you to find an exit here more often than others.

In part because the smart battery can not provide a lot of money in the case of capacity. The dismantling experts found that the battery was at 1900 mah. Case, especially low $ 100. A full charge of 85% is enough on the iPhone for 6 seconds, which is enough to make things go out by night to play, but not much more expensive which is a great value.

Because this is the case of the apple, though, it is something that the competitor can not do. This is the only case that will show you the current level of charges on your iPhone and on the phone in your case itself, for example, which means you do not have to turn the phone to check for any LEDs.

It is also the only case that does not need to be charged separately via microUSB. Here you can use the lightning cable you have used to charge your iPhone and even charge it at the same time. It makes it the only one that once falls off.

Whether the smart battery case is cheap and / or stronger, it will be easier to widely recommend. However, the present situation is that it is just a decent to buy those useful money, please do not need two cables, do not need a huge extra power reserve.