Apple Now Selling Mophie's Powerstation Pro, 120W GaN Charger and More

Apple today updated its online store to offer several new Mophie products, including the Powerstation Pro, GaN 120W Charger, and multiple car chargers.

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Priced at $150, the Mophie Powerstation Pro offers 20,000mAh for charging iPhones, iPads, and other Apple devices. It offers up to 45W, so it is able to charge a MacBook Air, plus it can fast charge the iPhone and the iPad.

There are dual USB-C PD ports for charging two devices at one time, and Mophie says that it offers 72 hours of additional battery life on an ‌iPhone‌ and eight hours for a MacBook.

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Available for $100, the Mophie Speedport 120W GaN Wall Charger includes three USB-C PD ports and one USB-A port for charging up to four Apple devices at one time. It provides a total of 120W, which can be split across the devices being charged.

A single device using the first USB-C port can access up to 100W, while two USB-C ports can provide charging power starting at 99W. It is made using Galium Nitride (GaN) technology to keep the size compact, and it comes with a 2m USB-C to USB-C cable.

Apple is also offering several different Mophie Car Chargers, all of which plug into the 12V auxiliary power outlet in a vehicle.

All of the new Mophie products can be purchased as of today, with most delivering by next week. Many Apple retail stores are also now offering these Mophie accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

Apple Knowledge Navigator Avatar
24 months ago
I GaN afford it ?
Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
24 months ago
$150 is a little overpriced when you consider it only maxes out at 45w charging. Anker has one that maxes out to 87w for $129.99.

And the Anker one has more ports.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
00sjsl Avatar
24 months ago
It's annoying that it's "20,000mAh" rather than the simpler "20Ah".
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jaytv111 Avatar
24 months ago

How does 20,000mAh relate to Wh?

Do I have to suppose 5V, then 1A relates to 5W?

So 20,000mAh = 20Ah relates to 100Wh?
Use 3.7 volts for a lithium battery's average native voltage.

Some batteries are run at a higher voltage though, so you have to check with what the battery's design voltage is. For instance, the Magsafe battery from Apple ran at double the voltage so it had half the amp-hourage of its competitors but people didn't get that the voltage it's run at is double (though in fairness it was a bit small compared to competitors too, but it's a pretty slim battery with up to 15 watts of Magsafe charging capability when plugged in, no one has that in that compact a package).

This one is likely quoting its 3.7 volt nominal average. So it's 3.7 * 20 Ah = 74 watt-hour energy.

Amp-hour is kind of stupid as a system. Watt-hour is better, though joule is the "real" SI unit that should've been used originally.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
24 months ago

Baseus has a 100W 20000mAh power bank:

https://a.aliexpress.com/_mqEIsbm
I hesitate to order anything from aliexpeess.

I'm loyal to the Anker brand.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
A MacBook lover Avatar
24 months ago
Fabric? Dumb. Outdated. I want mine with a soil bed so I can grow grass
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)