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Hyper today officially launched the HyperJuice Magnetic Wireless Battery Pack for the iPhone 12 lineup, allowing customers to utilize MagSafe and wireless charging technology to power up their iPhones on the go.

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The battery pack only uses MagSafe to align itself magnetically to the iPhone 12 – it doesn't actually do the charging using MagSafe technology. Instead, it will charge the iPhone using standard 7.5W wireless Qi charging. The pack weighs 120 grams and has a built-in 5,000 mAH battery, meaning an iPhone 12 can be fully charged twice on the go.

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The battery pack itself charges over USB-C, which also means it doubles as a portable standard power bank for any smartphone, thanks to its USB-C port that supports up to 12W of charging power. The battery pack design is straightforward, featuring a four-stage LED charging indicator and an on-off button on the bottom. Hyper says the battery pack features "industry-leading advanced temperature control, overcharge protection, and foreign object detection."

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The HyperJuice Magnetic Wireless Battery Pack is available for order now for $39.99.

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Article Link: Hyper Launches Magnetic Wireless Battery Pack for iPhone 12 Lineup
 

Pupi

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The pack weighs 120 grams and has a built-in 5,000 mAH battery, meaning an iPhone 12 can be fully charged twice on the go.

Are you assuming based on battery capacity? Because you waste a LOT of mAH by wireless charging. It’s not efficient at all.

Hopefully this charges with a cable as well (and turns wireless charging off) and then a little U shaped cable could do the rest.
 

JonnyBlaze

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Are you assuming based on battery capacity? Because you waste a LOT of mAH by wireless charging. It’s not efficient at all.

Hopefully this charges with a cable as well (and turns wireless charging off) and then a little U shaped cable could do the rest.
I was just thinking this. If you just used a cable to charge with, the pack could be smaller because they wouldn't have to account for all the power loss due to inefficiency of wireless charging. I really don’t get wireless charging in this instance, just plug the thing in...
 

az431

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I’m surprised given how much Apple highlighted the potential of MagSafe, they still haven’t came out with anything aside from the charger & wallet. All while not licensing 15W charging to anyone else.

You made that up, and it's bs.

 

Remy149

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I’m surprised given how much Apple highlighted the potential of MagSafe, they still haven’t came out with anything aside from the charger & wallet. All while not licensing 15W charging to anyone else.
I’ve seen several 3rd party products that are capable of 15w. It seems more so that some manufacturers just don’t want to pay for the licensing
 

n-evo

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Have you confirmed that it's actually 15W other than what was advertised?
As far as I can tell it charges at the same speed as the original Apple MagSafe charger in the next room so I imagine so. It also triggers the circular MagSafe charge animation on my iPhone when using the Joyroom charger in combination with a 20W USB C adapter.
 
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AmazeSE

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Are you assuming based on battery capacity? Because you waste a LOT of mAH by wireless charging. It’s not efficient at all.

Hopefully this charges with a cable as well (and turns wireless charging off) and then a little U shaped cable could do the rest.
I just thought the same thing. Anker released a product just like this a month ago.
With a 5,000 mAh capacity, the battery pack is capable of charging the iPhone 12 mini from 0% to 100%, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro from 0% to around 95%, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max from 0% to 75%, according to Anker.
From this MacRumors article written a month ago.
 
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jaisonline

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is this a joke? It’s huge. Heck, people made fun of iPhone users with their oem “bump / humb “ case.

also, no case protection.
 
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