Mophie today announced a new collection of MagSafe-compatible wireless charging accessories. The new Mophie "snap" line was designed for compatibility with the iPhone 12, and they will also wirelessly charge any Qi-supported smartphone.

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The collection includes a car vent mount, ‌iPhone‌ battery, wireless stand, and more. You can find more information on each device below, and head to Mophie's website to purchase the new line of accessories.

  • Snap vent mount ($29.95) - Magnetically attach an ‌iPhone‌ 12 to your car's air vent (no charging).
  • Snap+ wireless vent mount ($49.95) - Mount and charge your ‌iPhone‌ 12 while driving.
  • Snap+ wireless charger ($34.95) - Magnetically attaches to ‌iPhone‌ 12 models, and also wirelessly charges any Qi-enabled smartphone.
  • Snap+ juice pack mini ($49.95) - A 5,000 mAh portable battery that magnetically attaches to ‌iPhone‌ 12.
  • Snap+ wireless stand ($59.95, available later this summer) - A MagSafe-compatible vertical charging stand.
  • Snap+ powerstation stand ($69.95, available later this summer) - A 10,000 mAh portable battery with MagSafe compatibility.
  • Snap adapter ($19.95) - Add magnetic rings to any device to make them compatible with the snap ecosystem.

The Snap+ wireless charger, Snap vent mount, Snap+ wireless vent mount, Snap+ juice pack mini, and Snap adapter are available now on Mophie's website. The Snap+ wireless stand and Snap+ powerstation stand will be available on Mophie later this summer. Additionally, various products in the Snap ecosystem will be available at AT&T, Best Buy, Staples, and Verizon stores nationwide.

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Top Rated Comments

gaximus Avatar
38 months ago
Cool, I didn't know 90's RadioShack was still designing products. ?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Johnny907 Avatar
38 months ago
Why hasn’t Apple released a MFi program for these chargers to allow them to run at full 15w?
I like the slim form factor the vent model compared to my current solution but disappointed these things still aren’t running at full speed 8 months after the tech was introduced.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
38 months ago
Reminder that “MagSafe compatible” ≠ MagSafe. It’s basically just regular Qi charging with magnets lol

I can’t blame Mophie though, I wish Apple made it easy to license the tech.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
38 months ago

Likely not 15W for Apple devices since it appears to be Qi and not proper MagSafe.
You are right. Very sneaky. Mophie's description:

"15W wireless charging pad for Qi-enabled and MagSafe compatible devices"

But on the footnote:

"Up to 15W wireless charging for Android devices. Up to 7.5W wireless charging for iOS devices."
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
38 months ago

I have to admit, both $59.95 snap+ wireless charging stand and $49.95 snap+ wireless vent mount look good to me, with 15W MagSafe charging. My only quibble is Mophie's Apple-like prices, although to be fair, their design and quality are not far off from Apple's.


Don’t let the description fool you. Yes 15W wireless charging is theoretically possible for Qi devices that support it. But iPhone can only charge 7.5W over Qi. These products are not true MagSafe.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
exmophie Avatar
38 months ago
It's amazing to me to see how the new owners of mophie have reduced the product quality down to just injection-moulded textured plastic. They moved the product lines from premium materials and charging innovations down to a level that's too expensive to compete on Amazon for what little they offer. It's no wonder the company was sold to private bank this January due to its debts from poor sales.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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