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Mophie resurrects its battery case for most of the iPhone 15 family at CES 2024

Mophie Juice Pack case returns

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Mophie is going back to its roots for CES 2024 with the re-introduction of its juice pack battery case for the iPhone 15 line, alongside releasing more details on its Qi2 chargers.

After years of developing phone cases that incorporated batteries, Mophie stopped after the iPhone 8. Now, there is a new version of the Juice Pack case for iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

These all-in-one cases have a 2,400 to 2,800 mAh capacity battery contained inside. When connected to a power supply, it will prioritize the iPhone, and only charge the case once the iPhone is sufficiently charged.

The new Juice Pack case also has a soft-touch ABS exterior, a slim design, and smart circuitry to always deliver the right amount of charge to your phone.

These new cases will hit the market in February for $99.95. Notably there is no battery case for the iPhone 15 Plus.

Mophie Qi2 battery pack
Mophie Qi2 battery pack

Mophie took the chance to also highlight its previously-announced Qi2 accessories, starting with the Snap+ PowerStation Mini. It is a 5,000 mAh portable Qi2 battery pack that can deliver up to 15W of power and has a built-in kickstand.

You can pick up the Snap+ PowerStation Mini for $69.95 when it ships in March.

Mophie's new Qi2 chargers
Mophie's new Qi2 chargers

Mophie's Snap+ 3-in-1 stand is another Qi2 charger to power your iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch at once in a compact form factor.

Mophie at CES 2024
Mophie at CES 2024

The Snap+ Wireless Charging Vent Mount is also coming. It uses an extending arm to put your iPhone in the right position while driving.

The 3-in-1 will cost $129.95 and the charging vent mount will be $69.95. They both ship in March as well.

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