space pack

Mophie added a new edition to its family of popular Juice Pack iPhone cases today. It’s called the Space Pack, and just like Mophie’s other cases, it features a built-in battery that can essentially double your iPhone’s battery life.

But what really stands out about this new accessory is that it also features built-in storage. That’s right, the Space Pack supports a number of different file types and can increase the capacity of your iPhone 5/5s by 16 or 32 GB…

Here’s an excerpt from the press release:

“mophie®, the #1 selling mobile battery case manufacturer in North America, introduced today the mophie space pack, the world’s first smartphone case with built-in storage for iPhone 5s/5. The mophie space pack not only doubles the battery of the iPhone, but increases its storage capacity, allowing users to keep more documents, videos, music and photos than ever before.

Available in both 16GB and 32GB models, the mophie space pack enables iPhone users to do more with their 5s/5 than previously thought possible. Users can now save and share photos, videos, music files and documents with the ability to access these files any time, without the need for a data network or using storage space on their iPhones.”

And here is your official promo video:

You can access the Space Pack’s built-in storage using Mophie’s free iOS app. It enables you to easily manage all of your files via a familiar local file management system, and the best part is, it doesn’t depend on a network or Wi-Fi.

The app also supports Airplay, so you can send your documents, photos and movies to a TV, monitor, or speaker with a compatible Airplay Device, and has AirDrop integration, so you can share files with other AirDrop-friendly devices.

The mophie space pack is available for pre-order at mophie.com for $149.95 (16GB) and $179.95 (32GB), and is slated to begin shipping on March 14 of this year.

  • Peke Went

    This is starting to get interesting!

  • Karlitos Lira

    Beautiful just beautiful! xD Bravo!!! <3

  • Kameron Burton

    Why not for iPhone 4/4s

    • Karlitos Lira

      Yeah I know, I still have an iPhone 4 lol xD but hopefully I get myself a 5S 😀

    • Lololololol

      Because nobody freeking cares

  • diggitydang

    Love the battery cases and the extra space would be amazing! Wish I hadn’t bought a couple extra battery cases from them when it was on sale over Christmas!

  • That’s actually pretty cool.

  • Nate McKelvie

    This is hands down the best battery case I’ve ever see

    • Cameron Chao

      because its not just a battery case.

      • Nate McKelvie

        Yeah, that’s what makes it good

  • Cesar Martinez

    This is really cool, wonder if you can use the storage when you don’t use the case

    • Jason Forker Ruoff

      i would guess prob not sadly…. i hope tho

  • f1ght3r

    Too expensive…

    • Karlitos Lira

      true, might as well buy the 64 gig iPhone xD ..

      • Cameron Chao

        wouldnt you want a 96gb phone? xD

    • I couldn’t agree with you more. Though it perfectly compensates the drawbacks of iPhones, I’m just not sure if this product is worth every penny.

  • Eric Wang

    What is that silver button on the bottom left? Is it for the iPod touch loop?

    • James Branham

      That button is there to show how much “juice” is left in the battery when you press it.

  • 1d3rboy

    I have to wonder how helpful the additional storage is based on the limits of using their app. I wish it extended storage available for downloading apps instead.

  • So essentially it’s about 50-75 bucks for the battery case. It’s like buying a higher storage iphone plus another battery pack. That’s pretty awesome. Why no ones done this yet, I don’t know.

  • Anonomous.TECH.man

    For some reason my mophies stop working for a week then all of the sudden it’ll work.

  • Adrian D.

    Does anyone know if using the mophie cases blurs your photos when using the flash on the 5s? I bought a meridian case and it blurs the pictures so bad that I can’t use the case.

    • david83272

      I wondered the same thing. However I can confirm that it does not interfere with the camera at all. I wanted the extra battery so much I took the plunge and just bought it. I am glad I did as it works great with my 5s. I always leave Bluetooth and GPS on now.

      • Adrian D.

        Thank you for your input David. Much appreciated.

  • leart

    It looks good, BUT how about when the phone gets hot and this case will raise the temperature even more since dont let the phone to refresh….
    Apple should start to put decent batteries inside the iPhone and don’t force the users to spend more money….

  • ✪ aidan harris ✪

    This would be somewhat useful if we could install apps onto it. Too bad Apple will never allow this sort of thing…

  • But will the music and videos but in your native iPhone apps? What’s the point if you can’t play em through the music app?

  • Adam Bowman

    I don’t understand how this extra storage works. Are the media and documents stored in the case? In the app? I don’t see how they can be stored on the phone. And if the app is on the phone, how does it not use the phone’s storage space? Does the app only communicate with the case? If I take the case off, will I be able to access the files (videos, photos, docs) that I’m using the extra storage for?

    Will somebody please explain?

  • Guest

    First we had to deal with our iPhone getting stolen, now we have to deal with our CASE getting stolen. WTF
    More trouble.

  • Akbar Merchant

    First we had to deal with our iPhone getting stolen, now we have to deal with our CASE getting stolen. WTF. No thank you 🙂
    More trouble.

  • Max

    Can you guys at iDB do a review on different brand’s battery packs? I for one would love your opinions on what to get. I’m thinking mophie, but I know there’s a lot of options nowadays.

  • Lol, a proprietary 16/32 GB MicroSD card ($30/50) merged with a spare battery ($40) selling at almost double the price…case? $20 will get you a worry free case.

  • Hyr3m

    I’d rather use the 64GB microSD in my android 😀

  • Garrett Alkofer

    Or for $100 you can upgrade to a 32gb or 64gb iPhone!!!! 😀 I know, what an idea…