The new battery iphone case is not just an ordinary case that is capable of longer life, but its also allows users to file more space for their stuff:
On the iPhone, Mophie provides an application called Space, which gives iOS 7 something it otherwise intentionally avoids: a traditional file system. (Depending on your attitude, that’s either sacrilegious or great news — or maybe both.) The app lets you see files you transferred from your computer, view photos and other files, listen to music and watch videos. You can also open files such as PowerPoints in any iOS apps you’ve got that are capable of editing them. And you can sync photos back and forth between the Space Pack and your phone’s internal memory.
In broad strokes, at least, Space works similarly to the apps that come with other iOS external-storage devices from companies such as Seagate and SanDisk. Like them, it can’t fully insinuate itself into iOS: For instance, you can’t decide to play music stored on Space Pack’s storage using Apple’s Music player, or move movies from Apple’s Video player onto the Space Pack. Still, this device looks like the simplest way yet to give a maxed-out iPhone a bit more space.
My question is, will Apple sell this battery saving case since they already have one called Morphy except this case doesn’t have extra storage for your files?