iPhone 6S Plus: The Cons Of Longer Battery Life

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Seems like having longer battery life isn’t always the best option.

This company is called Lifeproof for a reason. The new FRĒ Power case has all manner of rugged features built in it. It can be submerged in up to two meters of water for an hour and can withstand a drop up to 6.6 feet. It’s also protected against dirt, dust and the like. In fact, it’s the headphone jack protector actually screws in to keep it sealed up extra tight.

The new case also packs with it a hefty 3,2000mAh battery pack capable of one full charge per go. Add all of that the already sizable 5.5-inch iPhone 6s, and you’ve got a recipe for a really, really big phone on your hands – and I do mean “hands” plural. You’re going to need both of them. Kinda like holding what you could call as an “iPhone 6S Plus Plus“.

Other massive features include a built-in screen protector, quick recharging, and Auto Stop Charge, which turns off the case’s charging when the phone’s battery is full. The case will be priced at $150 and available in the fittingly goofy color choies of “Blacktop Black” and “Base Jump Blue.” So, can’t you tell that it’s going to be heavier, takes twice as long to charge and eventually wouldn’t look as nice too?

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