Get fastest iPhone recharges possible with Mophie Powerstation batteries

Get the fastest iPhone recharges possible with latest Mophie Powerstation batteries


Mophie Powerstation Wireless Stand with iPhone and Airpods
The Powerstation Wireless Stand, one of the new power banks from Mophie, is also a wireless charger.
Photo: Zagg/Mophie

Mophie just launched four power banks designed to, in its words, “charge mobile devices at the fastest speed possible.” These latest additions to the long-running Powerstation line of batteries come in a range of storage capacities and prices, and can be used with iPhones, iPads and MacBooks.

“The new Powerstation lineup offers consumers the choice of four compact, cutting-edge solutions that quickly deliver power to multiple devices at once,” said Charlie Quong, VP of product at Zagg, Mophie’s parent company.

Speedy charges come through USB-C PD ports, a relatively new standard that provides more power than standard USB. These batteries offer up to 18W, which is the maximum an iPhone can receive. iPads and Macs can take in more, though.

Mophie Powerstation and Powerstation XXL

The 2020 iteration of the basic Mophie Powerstation ($49.95) holds 10,000mAh, and has a USB-A and USB-C PD ports. It comes in black or pink with a premium finish.

The latest Powerstation XXL ($59.95) holds 20,000mAh. It has two USB-A ports and a single USB-C PD one. It comes only in black.

Powerstation Wireless XL and Powerstation Wireless Stand

Two of the power banks Mophie introduced today offer Qi wireless charging, supported by all Apple handsets since the iPhone 8.

The Powerstation Wireless XL ($69.95) holds 10,000mAh, and has a USB-C PD port, a USB-A port and a wireless charging surface.

Mophies’ Powerstation Wireless Stand ($99.95) is both a portable battery and a wireless charger. The top flips up to support an iPhone while powering it. Plus, the accessory holds 8,000mAh, and includes a USB-C PD port and a USB-A.

It — and the other new power banks — support pass-through priority charging. This means they can be plugged into a wall and a mobile device at the same time, and the iPhone or iPad will get charged first.

All these Powerstation batteries are available now on They’re also coming to other retailers in the coming weeks. They join previous offerings from this company, like the wireless Powerstation Hub.

Source: Mophie/Zagg


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