Back in the day, Mophie’s battery cases were limited to specific smartphone models. Given the various shapes and sizes of smartphones, it would be impossible for the company to create a battery case for each and every model available out there, but the company thinks that they might have solved that problem.
A lot of our devices are headed down the wireless charging route these days, and as such, finding a mat large enough to charge multiple devices at once is a good thing. In fact, if you’re after such a device, you might be interested to learn that Mophie has since taken the wraps off its new 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Mat.
Bringing a power bank out with you seems to be the norm these days, although the trouble with this is that unless you have a bag, you need to make sure that you bring your charging cable as well. However, to solve that problem, Mophie has announced its latest power bank, the Mophie Powerstation Wireless XL.
When it comes to portable batteries, there are many in the market right now. A lot of them are aimed at mobile users who might need the extra juice to charge their smartphones or tablets while on the go. Unfortunately, the majority of them tend to be a bit too weak to charge more than just our smartphones.
With the new iPhones, Apple has boasted that they have improved on the battery life of the smartphone. Given that battery life has typically been one of the main criticisms of the iPhone in the past, but it looks like with the iPhone 11, Apple has finally delivered as reviews have praised the improvement in battery life.
Apple already makes battery cases for its iPhones, but if you’d rather not wait, it seems that Mophie has you covered. For those unfamiliar, Mophie has been creating iPhone battery cases for many years already, so it’s not surprising that the company is back with a new battery case designed for Apple’s new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
One of the main selling points of Apple’s AirPower wireless charging mat is that it can charge multiple devices at once, such as the iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch. Unfortunately, the accessory has since been cancelled due to developmental issues, but it seems that Apple will offer up some third-party alternatives instead.
One of the upsides to using a battery case for your phone is that it eliminates the need to take a power bank out with you as it is essentially attached to the device. If that sounds like something you might be interested in, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Mophie has since launched a new battery case for the iPhone.
Apple’s iPhones aren’t exactly known for their particularly long battery lives. In fact, for the most part, smartphones in this day and age still don’t last as long as many of us would like, which is why powerbanks are still a pretty popular accessory. However, if you don’t fancy powerbanks and want a more elegant solution, Mophie might have something for you.
Being able to charge our smartphones on the go isn’t anything new, but obviously they can sometimes be slower when compared to wall chargers where the output is higher and combine that with fast charging technology, will result in a quicker battery top up. However Mophie is here to help solve that problem.
If you’re an iPhone user, chances are you typically juggle between Lightning, micro USB, and USB-C which can be a bit troublesome and messy. For example if you have a powerbank, you will need to use a Lightning cable to charge your iPhone, but you’ll need a micro USB or USB-C cable to recharge it.
Last month the good folks at Mophie took the wraps off a bunch of wireless charging accessories, one of which was the Charge Stream Desk Stand. For those who were intrigued by the device, you’ll be pleased to learn that the wireless charger is now available for those who wouldn’t mind spending $70 to get their hands on it.
Finding a plug to plug your laptop in to charge while you’re on the go can be tricky. This is because there are plenty of people out there who are also similarly looking for plugs or who are already using existing ones. The good news is that Mophie has a potential solution in the form of the USB-C 3XL.
Wireless charging isn’t new and we imagine that over time as wireless charging technology improves, it will soon become a standard feature we’ll see from smartphones and possibly even other accessories as well. However in the meantime for those who are looking for wireless charging accessories and devices, Mophie has recently unveiled a bunch of them.
The number of gadgets launched every year is staggering, and so are the number of accessories that launch with it. Smartphones alone have so many accessories to choose from, such as a case, covers, screen protectors of different materials, dongles, camera lens attachments, and more.
When it comes to iPhone battery cases, Mophie is no stranger to that scene. The company has released various battery cases for the iPhone lineup over the years, and now according to reports, the company has a new one in the works for the iPhone X. This is expected to be the Juice Pack Air which means that it will support wireless charging.
Mophie, the prolific battery-packs company, has introduced a new model called Powerstation AC. As you can guess by its name, the electric output is powerful enough to charge a laptop and more!
The great thing about laptops is that you get to take it with you on the go, and with many laptops these days being so slim and light, in some instances it is as easy as slipping it into your bag and you’re good to go, instead of requiring dedicated laptop bags like how it was back in the day for bulkier models.
Mophie is a popular accessory maker that is perhaps best known for its battery cases called Juice Packs. Often, it quickly launches these battery cases after a new flagship smartphone is released. Just last week, the Mophie Juice Pack for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ was launched. It has been eight months since Google launched the Pixel XL and Mophie has now launched a Juice Pack for it.
The thing we’ve noticed with flagship smartphones is that battery is usually not an area that is focused heavily on. Instead companies focus on design, like how thin the phone is, how bezel-less its display is, and so on. This usually means that battery life tends to suffer a bit, where it’s not exactly terrible, it’s not exactly long-lasting either.