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Tips for You when Buying an iPhone 6 Battery Pack

Posted on 24th Apr 2015 @ 2:33 AM

The iPhone 6 smartphone is an effective pocket computer but being multi-talented comes at a cost of a significant battery drain. Until the breakthrough of a long lasting battery, people today opt to carry external iPhone battery pack as they travel to recharge the battery when it runs empty. However, getting a quality and durable battery pack for iPhone 6 can be tricky especially if you do not know what make features to look for. Here are tips to help you when choosing one.

Portability vs. Capacity

One of the main specs that you should look for when buying an iPhone battery pack is the capacity measured in mAh (milliampere-hour). The capacity of any phone battery is also measured in mAh, therefore, if your phone has a 2500mAh battery, then 2500mAh external battery pack will only be able to charge it fully once. Battery packs go up to 20,000mAh so that it can charge the phone multiple times.

The input current of the mobile device

Most iPhone 6 battery packs designed for smartphones usually output 1A over the USB port. This can work phone with some phones but not the iPhone 6 which can draw as much as 2.1A. This means that a battery back with an output of 1A will either charge super slowly or not charge an iPhone 6 smartphone. Therefore, when buying an iPhone 6 battery pack, choose one that can output more than 2.1 A, instead of one with a low output. There is no problem with getting an external battery pack with a higher output as the iPhone 6 only draws what is required.

The input current of the battery pack

phone battery pack for iPhone 6 with a higher capacity is preferred to one with a lower capacity but the higher the capacity, the higher it will take to recharge the battery. Another factor that affects how long it takes to recharge the battery is the input current. Most battery back have an input current that ranges between 0.8A-1.5A with the higher input currents found in higher capacity battery packs. The faster you can recharge the battery pack, the better.

The number of ports

Most battery packs come with built in USB cable that is wrapped around the case so that you do not have to worry about leaving the cable in the office or at home. An iPhone 6 battery pack with a higher capacity has more charging ports but they are more expensive. The number of ports to choose depends on how many devices you plan to charge.

Quality and the price

Battery packs made using durable and quality materials are more expensive. Also ensure that you only buy from reputable vendors. It is netter to spend a few more bucks than buy a battery pack that can be dangerous especially when it explodes.

 

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