What you need to know
- Mophie has announced an entire lineup of new MagSafe accessories.
- There's even an adapter for using MagSafe with non-iPhone 12 models.
Mophie has today announced a new range of MagSafe accessories going by the name of Snap. Comprising of a full seven different accessories, the lineup is all about those magnets – but despite supporting 15W wireless charging, iPhones can only charge at 7.5W.
That's a major downside of not using 'real' MagSafe technology, but beyond that, these accessories do look pretty sweet and the pricing seems more than reasonable. The lineup includes a vent mount for your car, a battery pack, and more. All featuring the telltale Mophie aesthetic that we enjoy so much.
The full lineup reads:
- snap vent mount ($29.95)
- snap+ wireless charger ($34.95)
- snap+ wireless vent mount ($49.95)
- snap+ juice pack mini ($49.95)
- snap+ wireless stand ($59.95)
- snap+ powerstation stand ($69.95)
- snap adapter ($19.95)
That last one is an interesting affair because it takes MagSafe-like connectivity and charging and brings it to other devices. And yes, that includes Android devices. Blasphemy!
You can see the full lineup over on the Mophie website right now.
Of course, anyone wanting real MagSafe will need an iPhone 12 – these are some of the best iPhone 12 deals you'll find.
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