With its new release, the iPhone 7, Apple promised to deliver a longer battery life than its previous 6S and 6S Plus. In fact, the company reported that the iPhone 7 lasts up to two hours longer on certain tasks (like video playback) than the 6S, and the iPhone 7 Plus lasts an hour longer than its predecessor.
A tech reviewer noticed that there was a practical boost in battery life, but nothing too dramatic. If you're a power user, a couple of hours of extra usage time and a "practical boost" doesn't sound very reassuring.
Though there are some steps you can take to minimize battery drain, these methods can only go so far. Given enough time, you're bound to run out of reserves and a power outlet isn't always guaranteed to be nearby. To power up your iPhone while still on the go, you may be interested in a protective case that has its own battery built in.
A flick of a switch or push of a button will recharge your phone, without you having to crawl around looking for power or carrying around a separate power brick. The bad news is that apart from Apple, our favorite charging case companies haven't announced their models for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
The good news is that I expect most of them to release these juiced-up accessories in due time. To get an idea for what's in store, you'll find my top picks for the iPhone 6S below. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus charging cases should look similar enough, but with two major changes: a wider camera window for the 7 Plus' double-camera, and no headset jack passthrough because, well, there's no headset jack.
The world's slimmest charger case
This revolutionary charging case gives you extended battery life and does not require you to remove the case when you need to charge or sync the device.
The Case prioritises keeping your iPhone charged at all times so you never have to worry about whether or not you have the best power level possibly. You just put the case on, use it as needed and it just works!
The Phinexi really is a powerful battery extending, protective iPhone Skin.