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The most compact battery case mophie has ever created. Groundbreaking in form, the distinctly thin and lightweight design of the juice pack reserve provides advanced power, reliability and protection to your iPhone 6s / 6 in an everyday case you’ll barely notice.
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Slimmer & lighter than ever.
The juice pack reserve incorporates the premium quality and technology mophie is known for in a form factor you'll barely notice.
Extra battery is measured by the mAh capacity of the juice pack battery compared to the iPhone 6s / 6 battery. mophie, mophie juice pack and the mophie logo are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and are registered and pending in other countries. mophie juice pack air and juice pack air are trademarks in the U.S. and other countries. Patents: US 8971039 – www.mophie.com/patents. iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. “Made for iPhone” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPhone may affect wireless performance.
How does the extra battery work?
When you slide your phone into the juice pack case, a connector at the base of the case plugs into the port at the bottom of the phone. Press the status button on the back of the case for 2 seconds to start charging your phone. After using up all the power in the juice pack case, just recharge it with the included micro USB cable for more on-the-go power.What is the best method for charging my iPhone using the juice pack case? Assuming that your iPhone and juice pack case are both fully charged, we recommend waiting until your iPhone has 20% battery left. When the phone’s in the red, press the juice pack case’s status button for 2 seconds and let the case do the heavy lifting. The phone requires more power to charge beyond 80%, so if you want to get the greatest battery boost from the juice pack case, we suggest putting it back in standby mode until your phone battery is low again. This isn’t the end-all-be-all, but we like it.What is the best method for charging my juice pack case? Connect your juice pack case to a power source using the included micro USB cable. You can plug the cable into your computer or any power source with a USB out, like the USB wall adapter included with your iPhone. You do not need to remove your phone from the juice pack case to charge. In fact, leaving your phone in the juice pack case while charging will actually charge both your phone and the case together!Why aren’t the LEDs blinking while my juice pack case is charging? After connecting the juice pack case to a power source, the LED status indicators will start blinking to indicate charging. The lights will turn off after 30 seconds allowing for a good night’s rest. Remember to check the status indicator before you disconnect. When all four LEDs are lit, your juice pack case is fully charged.Does the juice pack case block the speaker, microphone, camera, or any other ports? Of course not. In fact, the juice pack case is designed to act as a virtual speaker box! Sound is redirected from the bottom of the phone to the front, resulting in a richer, fuller sound quality.Does the juice pack case interfere with antenna reception? Not a chance.How many times can I recharge my juice pack case? You can recharge your juice pack case for over 500 full cycles. A full cycle is when you recharge the case from 0% to 100%. Partial cycles, like charging from 25% to 100%, will not count as a full cycle until all of the partials equal 100%.
For example, if you recharge from 25% to 100% one day (a 75% charge), then a couple of days later you recharge from 50% to 100% (a 50% charge), and a few days after that you recharge from 25% to 100% again (another 75% charge), you will have recharged two full cycles over that period (75% + 50% + 75% = 200%).
After 500 full cycles, the battery in the juice pack case may provide less than 75% of its original capacity. This is normal for any product with a lithium polymer battery.