Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
The trouble with owning mobile devices has to do with the charging wireless and at least over the past few years most have micro-USB slots that to some extent address that hassle.
According to http://www.iPhone5BatteryCase.net recent announcements and product releases show there’s a change coming in the power accessories market. Wireless charging is becoming the obvious shift in the industry and for good reasons, as power mats stop the hassle with the wires.
AT&T has already made an announcement to its device suppliers to provide wireless charging solutions for their products by 2014 and the first smartphone wireless charging compatible, a Windows 8 smartphone, was already released.
The iPhone 5 Battery Case website took an in-depth look at the wireless charging trend and has released several reviews for the main product and accessories designed by Duracell Powermat, the PowerSnap Kit, Powermat, AccessCases and SnapBattery for iPhone 5.
Reviews explain how the wireless charging solutions work and also the latest news in the industry of mobile chargers. Based on their functionality and prices, Duracell Powermat have been described as a good start, although in the upcoming weeks the market is bound to see more such products.
Duracell Powermat’s wireless charging solutions for iPhone 5 are sold individually but the company also offers a kit that is significantly more convenient for the buyer.
The Duracell Powermat PowerSnap Kit for iPhone 5 sells for $99, a price similar to that of most iPhone 5 battery cases currently available, but for that price tag consumers considerably get more bang for their buck. The kit consists of an AccessCase, SnapBattery and Travel Powermat, which sold individually, would amount to more than $200.
The AccessCase Duracell Powermat has designed for iPhone 5 ensures compatibility with the Travel PowerMat, a 5.26”H x 2.39”W x .73”D universal charger for all USB-enabled devices with a 4200 mAh Rechargeable lithium-ion prismatic battery.
The SnapBattery case is attached to the AccessCase and is able to double the iPhone 5’s standard battery life thanks to a 1950 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery, which sold separately. It is significantly cheaper than most battery cases for iPhone 5.
iPhone 5 Battery Case is a division of Ironclad Integrity Unlimited Ltd., developed as a major source of information for the iPhone 5 owners interested in buying a power accessory for their smartphones.
For the past several months, ever since the release of iPhone 5, the website has released reviews for popular battery cases, external batteries and chargers made available for Apple’s latest smartphone. Reviews include price analysis and product comparisons trying to give buyers an objective and clear portrayal of the current offer for iPhone 5 battery cases.