New ArcField MagSafe charger powers up iPhone fast


It's a potent little charger with a built-in kickstand.
It's a potent little charger with a built-in kickstand.
Photo: Spigen

Using older magnetic chargers, lots of folks still charge their iPhones at a pokey rate of 7.5 watts. So it’s good news Spigen just rolled out its first 15W MagSafe device, the ArcField Wireless Charger.

You can use it to quick-charge any MagSafe iPhone 12, 13 or 14 handset, and it’ll juice up an AirPods Pro charging case at 5W.

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Spigen ArcField Wireless Charger

Unlike “MagSafe-compatible” magnetic chargers limited to 7.5W, the Spigen ArcField Wireless Charger is “Made for MagSafe.” That means it pumps out up to 15W of charging power for any MagSafe iPhone you stick to it.

And the puck comes with a long cable, at 6.6 feet. In addition to being nice and long, it’s braided for flexibility.

For hands-free use of your iPhone while it’s charging, Spigen’s device comes with a built-in kickstand. The pop-up kickstand helps you out with video calls, watching videos or anything else you want to do on your handset while it’s charging in landscape mode.

Spigen ArcField specs:

  • Input: DC 9.0V⎓2.22A
  • Output: 5.0W/15.0W
  • Dimensions: 2.35in x 2.35in x 0.64in
  • Weight with built-in cable: 3.70oz
  • Compatible with MagSafe iPhones (12 through 14) and MagSafe cases, AirPods Pro.
  • Charging: 20W or higher output USB-C PD power adapter recommended for fast MagSafe wireless charging (USB Power Adapter not included).

You can pick up the Spigen ArcField Wireless Charger for $64.99. A 20% off coupon will knock that down to about $52, however.

Where to buy: Amazon

Spigen ArcField Wireless Charger

Made for MagSafe. Delivers 15W of charging power for iPhone 12 through iPhone 14 handsets. Comes with built-in kickstand and 6.6-foot cable. Wall charger not included.

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03/07/2024 12:41 am GMT


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