Apple Doesn’t Have A Smart Battery Case For iPhone XR Yet, So Here’s A $30 Alternative

Apple has been rumored to have an all-new Smart Battery Case up its sleeve for a few weeks now, and while many will be waiting for an official option, there are plenty of third-party alternatives to be had already. One of those is the Elebase iPhone XR Battery Case, and it’s available for just $30.

The iPhone XR has been at the center of a lot of iPhone talk since its release towards the end of 2018, and Apple’s least costly 2018 iPhone is a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to spend the kinds of money it takes to get into an iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max.

It’s also available in a raft of different colors, so if you want a bright blue phone, the iPhone XR is for you. It’s great when it comes to lasting on a single charge, too, but there are always going to be times where a little extra juice could come in handy. For those times, this battery case is perfect.

With a 5,000mAh battery, the case provides up to 120% more battery capacity when it’s needed, and of course, it also protects your iPhone whether the battery is being used or not. If you want to be able to leave home without having to consider whether your battery will last an entire day, a battery case is exactly what you need.

The Elebase iPhone XR Battery Case can be yours for just $30 too, which is likely a considerable amount less than the iPhone XR Smart Battery Case will be should Apple ever get around to releasing it.

Buy: Elebase iPhone XR Battery Case from Amazon: $29.99

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