Mophie’s newest battery case makes your iPhone waterproof

“Known for its lack of waterproofing, you wouldn’t want to take your iPhone with you to the shower or outside when it rains,” Williams Pelegrin reports for Digital Trends. “Mophie wants to change that with its Juice Pack H2Pro battery case for the iPhone 6 Plus and 6S Plus [also for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s].”

“As its name implies, the H2Pro packs a 2,950mAh battery, which provides up to an additional 17 hours of talk time, 8 hours of Internet use, or 10 hours of video watching,” Pelegrin reports. “With mixed usage, the H2Pro should bump up either jumbo smartphone’s battery life by up to 70 percent.”

Mophie Juice Pack H2PRO for iPhone 6/6s
Mophie Juice Pack H2PRO for iPhone 6/6s

Pelegrin reports, “However, the H2Pro’s claim to fame is its waterproofing — the case is rated IP68, so you won’t need to worry about dropping your iPhone… into a pool and leaving it in there for 30 minutes.”

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MacDailyNews Take: The Mophie H2Pro is a tank, to that we can attest. It’s our case of choice for things like concerts, tailgating at sports events, etc. iPhones have been dropped out of pockets onto the concrete, even clattering down concrete stairs – and, yes, into swimming pools – and emerged in perfect working order.


  1. I’ve looked at this case so may times at Amazon. But man, the negative reviews claiming that call quality sucks keeps me clicking away. Can’t pull the trigger unfortunately.

  2. So, in the not-so-distant future surveillance state, if a criminal, terrorist, or member of the Resistance found himself cornered by coppers at the wharf, fearing his network of associates would be compromised despite strong encryption, he’d not be able to get rid of the evidence by tossing his iPhone in the drink—because it’s waterproof.

    Hypothetical, but the US government likes to argue that way, so…

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