Mophie’s New Apple-Exclusive Powerstation Batteries Will Fast-Charge Your iPhone

A Mophie powerstation covered in a grey fabric texture.
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Mophie, a popular battery brand from Zagg, has a series of new powerstation batteries for you. Available only through Apple, the batteries feature Lighting ports, USB-C, and in some cases, wireless charging.

Mophie’s latest powerstation batteries take advantage of the new power delivery protocol in the latest iPhones to give you faster charging over USB-C or Lightning cable. That means you get up to 50% of your iPhone’s charge in just 30 minutes. That’s super quick.

The powerstations also have a built-in lighting port, so you can use your existing Apple cables to charge the devices. Fewer adapters and chargers to take with you on the go is always a welcome feature.

The batteries come in one of three formats, the $59.95 6,000mAh battery powerstation, the $79.95 6,000mAh battery powerstation plus, and the $99.95 8,000mAh battery powerstation plus XL.

The standard powerstation batteries in black, grey, purple, and pink fabric textures.
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The base powerstation includes a lightning port, USB-C, and a USB-A port and a fabric-like texture. With those ports, you can charge two devices at once (with the third used for charging the battery).

The powerstation plus batteries with integrated lighting cable in glossy black, grey, purple, and pink.
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The powerstation plus and plus XR picks up an integrated lighting cable and 5W QI wireless charging, which lets you charge three devices at once. It also sports a more glossy look to the case. When you’re not using it, the lighting cable tucks into a cavity on the backside of the battery.

That might sound like overkill, but if you spend a lot of time on the go and far from an outlet, having a battery that can do it all might be the most crucial gadget you take with you.

You can buy the powerstations in Apple Stores, on Apple’s site, or on Zagg’s site today.

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