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Mophie Case Best Buy


The Juice Pack Access (currently $99.99 at Best Buy) is Mophie's newest battery case for the latest generation of iPhones (the X, Xs, Xs Max, and Xr). Combining the protection of traditional phone case and the charging convenience of an external battery, the Juice Pack Access features a slip-in design that ensures your phone stays secure and a built-in 2,200mAh battery for a streamlined design.




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I think that wireless charging is one of the best modern smartphone features and settling for a case that completely eliminates that function can be a hard pill to swallow. Fortunately, the Juice Pack Access is built around that technology.


You can charge the case via the USB-C port at the bottom or with a wireless charger. Regardless of how you decide to charge the device, Priority+ Charging will send power to your iPhone before charging the case itself. When you're ready to use the case, just hold the power button on the back for four seconds and it'll begin charging your phone.


It essentially acts as a wireless charger itself, so it works completely independent of the lightning port. That means you can charge your phone via the case and still have access to the lightning port to listen to music with wired headphones.


In terms of serving as a case, I was more than happy with the protection it provided. I accidentally left my phone on my lap while getting out of my car and it went flying. The case suffered a few small gashes, but it still gives and takes a charge as it should and my phone itself was completely fine. For what it's worth, that same accident completely annihilated the screen on one of my previous iPhones with what I thought was a good case.


It's worth noting that the finish of the case shows imperfections very clearly, so if you have oily or sticky hands, it'll transfer. That might annoy some people, but I regularly wipe my phone and case off anyway (and you should too), so it wasn't a big deal for me.


While the Juice Pack Access Case isn't the only charging case available, I'd argue that it's the best. Apple's version is $30 more and in my opinion, has a less flattering design with the bulging battery on the back. Granted, the Juice Pack Access sticks out a little too, but it's definitely more streamlined.


Considering that an external battery will cost you about $60 (I paid $70 for my Powerstation XL) and a decent protective iPhone case is about $40, I found the Juice Pack Access Case to be a valuable and inexpensive accessory at $100.


The iPhone Xs Max is rated at 25 hours of battery life, but with the case, I had about 31. The extra six hours was more than enough to get me through the rest of the day or at least to someplace where I could charge my phone. Even if you're a daredevil that waits until you're on 1% to start charging your phone, the extra power can be a lifesaver.


Rocketfish is recalling its Model RF-KL12 Mobile Battery Case for the iPhone 3G and 3GS, due to a fire hazard. The case can overheat while charging, leading to a fire. Customers reported 14 incidents with the case, including three reports of minor burns to consumers, and four reports of minor property damage. Case owners should immediately stop using the case, and contact Best Buy for instructions on returning the product in exchange for a $70 Best Buy gift card in the U.S. (or a $105 gift card in Canada). Best Buy can be reached at (800) 917-5737 or via its recall site.


Read more about the Smartish Gripmunk in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


Read more about the Apple Leather Case and the Mujjo Full Leather Case in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


Read more about the Smartish Wallet Slayer Vol. 1 in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


Read more about the Smartish Gripzilla, the Speck Presidio Pro, and the Speck Presidio Grip in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


Read more about the Caudabe Veil and Caudabe The Sheath in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


Flaws but not dealbreakers: Unfortunately, the Quad Lock is available only in black, and the thickness of the case can cause it to interfere with Qi wireless chargers and MagSafe chargers. The company sells a Wireless Charging Head for those who encounter issues, but it is expensive.


Read more about the Peak Design Everyday and Quad Lock in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 14 series, the iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


Those looking for a battery case to match the iPhone X, XS, 8 Plus and 7 Plus should go with Mophie's Juice Pack Air. During our tests, the Mophie case provided an average charge of 45% from empty in just over an hour to the iPhone X, 60% of a full charge to the iPhone 7 Plus in just over an hour and a half, and about 62% to the 8 Plus. The case includes magnetic mounting and wireless-charging compatibility, and it provides good shock protection.


Read more about the Apple Smart Battery Case and the Mophie Juice Pack Air in our full guides to the best cases for the iPhone 11 series, the iPhone X series, and the iPhone SE (2nd gen), iPhone 7, and iPhone 8.


It doesn't matter if you have the iPhone 13 Mini or the iPhone 13 Pro, Apple's smartphones are glass sandwiches that will shatter when they inevitably escape your hands. That's totally not your fault. But it's why we highly recommend using a case with your expensive iPhone. It's not guaranteed to protect your device, but it can help. We've tested dozens and whittled them down to our favorites below. This list includes other iPhone accessories too, such as cables, charging adapters, and screen protectors.


We've tested these cases on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Cases that fit the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 will not fit the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro. That's because the camera system on the standard Pro is significantly larger. Some case manufacturers didn't learn of this until the iPhones were announced, so you might see some compatibility issues. It's something to keep an eye on as you shop.


Sticking with Apple is the easiest route, though you certainly don't need to pay $49 for a simple MagSafe case. Apple has a wonderfully supple leather case and a silicone option. Both have accurate cutouts for ports and decently clicky buttons. They're fairly slim and keep the camera module flush, preventing the iPhone from rocking when it's flat on the table. Unlike prior Apple cases, all the edges are covered up, including the bottom.


I've tested a lot of cases over the years, and every now and then a new one comes across my desk that just feels great. Caudabe's Sheath takes that badge. The flexible polymer case has a micro-etched matte texture that almost feels like canvas; it's grippy and very thin. The buttons are all easy to press, and there's MagSafe embedded inside. However, in the first model I tested, there was a very small bump on the center-right side of the case. Caudabe says it was a defect, and the following three cases I tried have been blemish-free. Just keep an eye on this if you snag it.


It's cheap and slim, has MagSafe, and isn't awful to look at (if a little nondescript). If you want to pay as little as possible for a case, Spigen's your best bet. The buttons are responsive, all four edges are covered, and it's very easy to access the mute switch. The front edges around the screen are raised too, but only a little.


Pivet Zero+ With MagSafe for $35: This MagSafe case from Pivet comes with a lanyard so you can dangle your phone from your wrist. The buttons are very clicky, and there's good protection around the edges, but the edges around the screen are barely raised, so there's a good chance your screen might get scuffed up when it hits the ground. The case is made from 100 percent recycled plastics (and is recyclable), and Pivet's Self-Cycle tech means it will degrade in landfill environments significantly faster than traditional plastics (though it may still take some time). For every Ocean Blue case sold, Pivet donates a portion of its proceeds to The Ocean Agency to help it promote ocean conservation as a part of the United Nations Ocean Decade project.


Nimble Spotlight Case for $25: This is one of the most attractive eco-friendly cases I've ever used. It's made from 72 percent recycled plastic from various sources (thermoplastic urethane, silicone, and old plastic phone cases), which is reflected in its geometric design. The speckled part is very grippy and keeps the phone from vibrating off a desk. The packaging has zero plastic, and Nimble provides a free shipping label in the box so you can send in any plastic case you have lying around to be recycled. You'll get 15 percent off your next purchase if you do. Sadly, there's no MagSafe support.


OtterBox Core Series Case With MagSafe for $50: I like the rubbery and speckled feel of this slightly see-through case. There's MagSafe support, the buttons are responsive, and it looks great, though the edges aren't raised much. Despite the texture, it's quite slippery. The good news is that it's made of 50 percent recycled materials.


Totallee has made a name for itself as the go-to option for anyone who hates cases but wants some kind of protection. Its cases are so thin you can't seriously expect them to protect your iPhone from a drop, but they'll take care of everyday scratches and scuffs. The company sells three versions: an ultra-thin plastic case, a soft-touch case, and a soft-touch MagSafe case. The plastic case is thin enough that accessories will still magnetically stick, and it even comes in green to match the new colors for the iPhone 13 range. 041b061a72


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