Mophie Unveils Qi2 Accessories With 15W Charging Ahead of iPhone 15

Following Anker and Belkin, accessory maker Mophie today announced its upcoming lineup of products that will support the Qi2 wireless charging standard.

Mophie Qi2 accessories
The accessories will include a 5,000 mAh magnetic battery pack with an aluminum kickstand for $69.95, a 3-in-1 charging stand for an iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch for $129.95, and two car vent mounts for an iPhone for $29.95 and $69.95. The battery pack and car mounts will be available to order later this year on Mophie.com and at select retail stores worldwide, while the stand will be available in the first quarter of 2024.

Qi2 is based on the MagSafe standard that Apple introduced with the iPhone 12. However, accessories that support Qi2 are not required to use Apple's official MagSafe module or be certified under Apple's Made for iPhone program, which should effectively result in availability of more affordable MagSafe accessories.

All four iPhone 15 models will support both Qi2 and MagSafe, according to ChargerLAB, a reliable source of charging-related information. Qi2 accessories will likely be able to charge iPhone 15 models at up to 15W, just like official MagSafe accessories. First-generation Qi chargers are limited to 7.5W charging speeds on current iPhones.

Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 15 series during its September 12 event.

Top Rated Comments

Subliminal87 Avatar
8 months ago

I hope Apple has upgraded the MagSafe Battery Pack to USB-C. In addition, it will support faster charging.


People **** on this but I really like mine. If apple gives it a usb c port and more capacity I’ll rebuy it when I get the 15.

The only thing I don’t like is, I have a MagSafe compatible otterbox symmetry and it slides right off. When I was using it with the apple silicone case, it never slid off as easily. So next time I’ll be sure to stick with apples case.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gonewestcoast Avatar
8 months ago
I can’t wait for these to stop working for everyone a year or so after purchase just like the last generation is doing this summer.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ttyRazor Avatar
8 months ago
How long until we start seeing all the Amazon alphabet soup brand mutant chargers with Qi2 for less money and more fire hazard? Or will Qi2’s authentication requirements keep it out of reach?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
8 months ago
I hope Apple has upgraded the MagSafe Battery Pack to USB-C. In addition, it will support faster charging.



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Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
**maestro** Avatar
8 months ago
I will never buy a Mophie/Zagg product again after their 3-in-1 travel charger w/ MagSafe debacle and utter failure of a firmware update which after updating via the dongle, has created new charging problems (notably the watch & airpods now charging intermittently since the update) + their zero support, zero email replies & asking you to pay shipping costs for warranty claims. Buyer beware.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
surfzen21 Avatar
8 months ago
The 3-1 is looking really good.

Usually, I am not inclined to spend $130 for charging stations but if this is 15watt qi2 for the iPhone 15 and fast charging for my AWU, I would consider this.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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