Mophie Launches Charge Force Cases for iPhone 7/7 Plus, Along With Attachable Powerstation Mini

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  1. MacRumors macrumors bot

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    Mophie today launched new Charge Force cases for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, introducing battery pack attachments and wireless charging features into the cases for Apple's newest smartphone line.

    The Charge Force case for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus includes built-in magnets that align the leather case to any Mophie Charge Force base accessory, immediately powering up the iPhone when connected. Additionally, the Charge Force case is compatible with any other wireless charging systems, including those made by Qi, adding a wide array of wireless charging functionality to iPhone 7.

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    The company said that the new cases for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus provide protection from everyday wear and tear, and don't add "excess bulk" to the iPhone. There's also easy access to the iPhone's Lightning port so users can charge their iPhone through a wired connection, or use wired headphones and listen to music.
    Mophie also announced the Charge Force Powerstation mini, which offers users a quick and compact solution to charging their iPhone 7 when not near a wireless pad or AC port. The portable pack includes a 3,000 mAh battery that magnetically attaches to the back of the Charge Force iPhone 7 case, and charges up the iPhone when connected.

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    The iPhone 7 Charge Force case with a Powerstation mini attached


    Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus versions of Mophie's Charge Force leather case cost $59.95, and come in black, tan, brown, blue and (PRODUCT)RED. The Charge Force Powerstation mini costs $49.95 and works with both sizes of iPhone.


    Check out Mophie's website for more Charge Force products and accessories.

    Article Link: Mophie Launches Charge Force Cases for iPhone 7/7 Plus, Along With Attachable Powerstation Mini
     
  2. macduke macrumors G3

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    Are there any good, slim charging cases for the iPad Pro? I just bought the 10.5", so it probably won't be supported for a while, but I was just wondering what brands I should keep an eye on? I already ordered the leather case from Apple, but would like to take advantage of the smart connectors. I also wish Apple would make a smart case that has a keyboard so the iPad has full drop protection. Any good slim keyboard cases? Thanks.
     
  3. benz240 macrumors regular

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  4. dominiongamma macrumors 65816

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    Never a fan of this company, make bulky cases, over priced and always releases right before people get the new iPhone.
     
  5. xizdun macrumors regular

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    Still waiting for lightning connector... many years later.
     
  6. dominiongamma macrumors 65816

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    Never happening, they would have to pay Apple to use it
     
  7. Sasparilla macrumors 65816

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    I do have an old Nokia wireless charger (Qi is the format, I believe), that would get around the microUSB issue (but you're right they need the lightning connector) and the magnets would probably work with the dash mount I have (something the Apple battery back won't do).

    For a extra pack I like the form factor better than the Apple one. JMHO....
     
  8. chuckisbusy macrumors newbie

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    They did NOT list mAh for the new cases!! And mophie has now removed it from their website. :-(
     
  9. 3rdiguy macrumors 65816

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    It's not a battery case. Just a leather case with wireless charging capability. You can open the bottom to plug in your lightning cable if you so choose.
     
  10. cdmoore74 macrumors 68020

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    I will never support micro USB in phones again. It's either USB C or lightning.
     

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