iPhone 11 Has Just Been Announced And Has Already Had Its Own Smart Charging Case
Dhir Acharya - Sep 12, 2019
Just a day after the launch event, a third-party producer has already unveiled a new case for protecting and wirelessly charging the iPhone 11 lineup.
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Just a day after Apple’s iPhone 11 launch event held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, US, a third-party battery case producer has already unveiled a new case made for protecting as well as wirelessly charging the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
Apple hasn’t announced updates to its own Smart Battery Case for the new iPhone lineup, which means Mophie is the first in the market to release a smart case for iPhone 11, 9to9Mac reported on Wednesday.
Mophie’s juice pack access battery case takes advantage of Qi wireless charging technology to power the iPhone 11 lineup. This means the Lightning port now lets users listen to music, charge EarPods, or take calls simultaneously, according to the company’s release.
The juice pack access cases Mophie has made for iPhone 11 and 11 Pro offer a 2,000mAh battery; meanwhile, the one for the 11 Pro Max includes a 2,200mAh battery. In addition, there is a built-in USB-C input port so that users can charge both their iPhone and the juice pack. The wireless or wired power will come to the iPhone first before coming to the case, thanks to the Priority Plus charging ability, as explained in the release.
Yesterday, Apple touted that the new lineup has a longer battery life than last year’s iPhone X lineup with the 11 Pro Max having five more hours.
Mophie’s iPhone 11 juice pack access cases will go on sale in October with a price of Rs 7,127. There will be several color options including rad, blush pink, and black, the release said. The cases will also come with a two-year warranty.