Mophie today announced the launch of a new Qi wireless charger for Apple's iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, the Mophie Charge Stream Pad+.

Mophie says the Charge Stream Pad+ is its first universal high-speed wireless charging accessory, compatible with the fast charging capabilities of both Apple and Samsung devices.

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For Apple's most recent iPhones, that means the Charge Stream Pad+ supports the faster 7.5W charging introduced back in December. Mophie's existing wireless charger, the Wireless Charging Base, also supports 7.5W charging.

Smart charging circuitry inside of the Charge Stream Pad+ communicates with an iPhone or other smartphone to determine and deliver the optimal amount of power.

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Design wise, the Charge Stream Pad+ looks like your average Qi-based wireless charger, with a circular flat base where you rest your phone. A non-slip rubberized finish makes sure your iPhone stays in place, and it also ships with a wall adapter and USB-A to microUSB cable. It comes in black or white to match any decor.

The Mophie Charge Stream Pad+ is also compatible with all Charge Force Mophie Juice Pack battery cases designed for the iPhone and for Samsung smartphones, such as the Juice Pack Air for the iPhone 7, which enables wireless charging.

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The Charge Stream Pad+ can be purchased from the Mophie website for $59.95.

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Top Rated Comments

JoEw Avatar
77 months ago
Maybe I’m in the minority, but why is wireless charging worth 60 bucks? 7.5 Watts is fast? You can get a 12watt Apple wall plug for $19

I could see the justification is it charged multiple devices to eliminate clutter but seems to be limited to one device.
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Paesano Avatar
77 months ago
Still holding out for AirPower... :(
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Return Zero Avatar
77 months ago
Not an outrageous price, but I can only imagine the profit margins on these things has to be through the roof.

Side note... notch haters can say what they want, but that iPhone X is one sexy phone. I wish I were bold enough to carry mine without a case. It looks amazing in those marketing shots.
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Dominicanyor Avatar
77 months ago
60 bucks wow!! That’s pretty high for a charger that may not last for a very long time..
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98 others Avatar
77 months ago
This... I don’t understand why they insist on announcing a product 6 months before releasing it!? Been waiting on this ever since the announcement.
That's exactly why.
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dan9700 Avatar
77 months ago
Still holding out for AirPower... :(
apple of today i dont think it will be out till summer, they always announce things and never release it for ages
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