Mophie's updated Juice Pack Air for iPhone XS, XS Max & XR now available to all

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in iPhone edited August 1
Mophie's recent update of the Juice Pack Air battery case for the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR is now on sale to everyone, until now having been reserved for Amazon Prime members.

Mophie Juice Pack Air


Battery capacity depends on the model. The XS Max version of the case, for instance, includes a 1,840mAh supply, while the XS model is rated at 1,720mAh, and the XR at 1,650mAh.

All three options support both wireless Qi charging or connecting through an integrated Lightning port, which replaces USB-C or micro USB on prior Mophie offerings. A button lets owners switch the case on or off, or check battery levels on an LED indicator.

Some other features include rubberized internal pads to help cushion against drops, and "Priority+" charging, meaning that an iPhone will charge before the case does.

A Juice Pack Air is $99.95, whether direct from Mophie or through vendors like Amazon. The XR case is available in black, blue, and red, while the XS/XS Max cases are sold in black, red, gray, and rose gold.

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 4
    ...connecting through an integrated Lightning port, which replaces USB-C
    Heh. This is worth pointing out to the ridiculous USB-C hounds. Obviously Mophie got enough feedback from customers that they did not want their Lightning connector replaced with anything else, regardless of it being that all knowing all powerful USB-C. Because no one cares. There is nothing wrong with Lightning now, for the purpose it serves, and no one wants anything else. No one outside of a microscopic and increasingly delusional tech bubble.
    edited August 1
  • Reply 2 of 4
    mike1mike1 Posts: 1,948member
    ...connecting through an integrated Lightning port, which replaces USB-C
    Heh. This is worth pointing out to the ridiculous USB-C hounds. Obviously Mophie got enough feedback from customers that they did not want their Lightning connector replaced with anything else, regardless of it being that all knowing all powerful USB-C. Because no one cares. There is nothing wrong with Lightning now, for the purpose it serves, and no one wants anything else. No one outside of a microscopic and increasingly delusional tech bubble.
    Especially since most customers have accumulated multiple Lightning cables over the years.
  • Reply 3 of 4
    AppleishAppleish Posts: 165member
    There is a new iPhone coming in weeks with a new form factor, so pass.
    paisleydisco
  • Reply 4 of 4
    T_R_ST_R_S Posts: 14member
    mophie is overpriced garbage 
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