We understand Apple’s enthusiasm to make their devices sleeker and sexier, but hey, wait — majority of our audio devices use the same technology that the company has foregone, but Griffin’s Reserve battery case, launched at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, just might make things a bit better for you.
Not only does the battery case provide your iPhone with extra juice to power the device, but also attends to your music needs.
The $99.99 worth Reserve case comes with a 3.5mm connector to plug in your favourite set of headphones.
It also gets a bigger battery in its case than Apple’s official battery pack which is priced at $99. Apple’s battery pack gets a 2365 mAh battery while Griffin Reserve gets a 3000 mAh battery pack.
The Reserve case also charges via your iPhone’s Lightning charging connector — meaning no need to carry an extra USB to charge the case.
It looks like Apple wants the world to move ahead alongwith its technology — and err, spend a considerable amount doing that.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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