Power Your iPhone XS, XS Max, XR For Longer With These Discounted Official Smart Battery Cases

Amazon is currently selling a few of its Smart Battery Cases at discounted prices, making it cheaper and easier to make sure that your iPhone’s battery makes it through the day. And if you’re lucky, it might even be able to make it through two!

These are all official Apple Smart Battery Cases and they benefit from being first-party solutions. They’ll intelligently manage your power usage and make sure that the Smart Battery Case’s battery is used first, and then the iPhone’s.

These deals cover the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR Smart Battery Cases, so if you’re in the market, now is the time to buy. You don’t need to enter any discount codes or clip any coupons, either.

Depending on the iPhone you have you might have a couple of options as far as colors go, so make sure to select the one that you want before adding the case to your cart. Whether you want a case to match your iPhone’s color, or one that will stand out, it’s up to you.

Again, depending on which iPhone you have you can look forward to a Smart Battery Case considerably extending your battery life, making these cases perfect for those who spend a lot of their time away from chargers. They charge via Lightning cable, just like your iPhone, and you can even use a USB-C Power Delivery charger with a Lightning to USB-C cable to get faster charge times, too.

We’re big fans of these Smart Battery Cases and we’re sure you will be, too. We don’t know how long these prices are going to be around for, so make sure to jump on them now while you still can.

Buy: Apple iPhone XS Smart Battery Case from Amazon: $78 | Original price: $129
Buy: Apple iPhone XS Max Smart Battery Case from Amazon: $88 | Original price: $129
Buy: Apple iPhone XR Smart Battery Case from Amazon: $88 | Original price: $129

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