If you’re looking to waterproof and add some extra juice to your iPhone 6s Plus, look no further than LifeProof’s brand new FRĒ Power waterproof battery case for Apple’s plus-size iPhone models.
We’ve seen several new iPhone cases debut at CES 2016 and LifeProof’s brand new iPhone 6s Plus is one of the most exciting.
The company’s new FRĒ Power case for the iPhone 6s Plus are IP-68 rated. They are waterproof up to a depth of two meters (6.6 feet) for an hour. Perfect for those that bring their phone to the pool or the beach.
LifeProof’s case is also snow proof, dust proof, and drop proof. The case can survive falls up to two meters (6.6 feet). There is also a screen protector that keeps the device’s screen safe from scratches. The case doesn’t inhibit 3D Touch or Touch ID in any way. There’s more.
In addition to being waterproof, dust proof, drop proof, and snow proof, LifeProof’s FRĒ Power case will double the battery life of your iPhone 6s Plus. Tucked away within the confines of the case is a 3200 mAh lithium ion battery.
The case also features rapid recharge technology and auto-stop charge to help keep your iPhone 6s Plus charged up and ready to go.
LifeProof’s new iPhone 6s Plus waterproof battery case comes in “Blacktop Black” and “Base Jump Blue.” A specific release date isn’t known and orders still aren’t live.
When it does go live, the case run you $150.
Speck CandyShell Clear iPhone 6s Case
The Speck CandyShell Clear is the first clear iPhone 6s case from Speck, and the first clear case from the company overall. This form-fitting, minimalist iPhone 6s case delivers a decent amount of protection with a military drop test 810G rating.
Speck assures us that the clear case will not yellow with use like many cheap clear case options. The clear finish is perfect for showing off your iPhone 6s color choice while protecting it.
Buttons move perfectly and are easy to find by touch and there is a raised front bezel to keep the iPhone 6s display off hard surfaces.
$34.95 at Speck
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