Apple To Authorize The First iPhone 5 Battery Case

Based on a recent report published by CNET News, Apple will authorize the first iPhone 5 battery case produced by Shenzhen Esorun Technology Limited Company. The new accessory will be released next week providing customers with extra power for their devices.

Smartphones have almost completely replaced the older versions of mobile phones, but the battery life of these devices continues to trouble users. Apple decided to lend a helping hand to their customers by approving the first iPhone 5 battery case. The accessory is meant to protect the latest iPhone model from scratches and extending its power thanks to the internal battery that was added to the case.

Even though the producers of the iPhone 5 battery case were mainly interested in offering protection for devices, the design hasn’t been neglected either. Numerous types of cases will be released in the following month, so customers can choose their favorite models, depending on the material and the color they prefer. Both synthetic and leather fabrics have been used for the creation of the cases.

Apple users have constantly expressed their disappointment with the battery life of the new iPhone 5 ever since it was first launched in September. The power of the new device has been very little improved in comparison with iPhone 4S; thus, determining customers to complain about the quality-price report of the smartphone.

There have been other battery cases before, but the recent changes that the IT giant has made in the design of their iPhone prevents customers from using the same accessories. The Lightning connector that has been added to iPhone 5 requires a special chip that matches the 8-pin adapter connector.

Technological companies that want to create iPhone battery cases must have an MFI certificate. Shenzhen Esorun Technology Limited Company is the only manufacturer that obtained the authorization to produce iPhone 5 battery cases from Apple. The case features a 3000mAh Li-polymer battery which is said to triple the power of iPhone 5 smartphones.

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