Apple Launches Battery Cases For The XS Max, IPhone XS, IPhone X And XR At $129 - The Next Tech

Apple Launches Battery Cases for the XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone X and XR at $129

by Alex Noah — 5 years ago in Review 2 min. read

Apple was rumoured to be working on battery instances because of its latest iPhone XR and XS versions for a while and today, seem like out of now, the company has made those cases available for purchase on the Apple Store site, as spotted by Joanna Stern on Twitter.

The new battery cases are available for all the three of Apple’s 2018 iPhone versions for $129, regardless of whether you’re choosing one for an iPhone XS, XS Max, or XR. The cases will also be offered in both black and white silicon layouts and still feature Apple’s unique battery growth that it introduced with its battery cases too, albeit with a more pliable design. Unfortunately for elderly

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iPhone owners, the product pages specify that the new instances will only use those iPhones -meaning that iPhone X owners will not have the ability to use the XS situation on their telephones,  the nearly identical dimensions.

The business has not given the instances battery capacity, however, it claims you will find an additional 21 hours of online usage on the XS, 20 hours on the XS Max and 22 hours on the XR. Much like preceding Apple-designed battery instances, you will have the ability to view how much power these have abandoned Notification Center and in your own lock screen. Besides, you can juice up them faster than normal using a USB-PD charger. These appear to be a good deal, provided that Mophie’s instances are just about $10 cheaper and are now not in stock to the organization’s site.

It appears like the instances are available only in the united states at this time, so clients everywhere may need to wait for a little.

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Update: MacRumors reports that some people have had fortune charging their iPhone X apparatus together with the XS instance – but that is dependent upon the edition of iOS you’ve installed. The mic and speaker cutouts will not line up properly for the old version but it would be cool to have backward compatibility with such instances.

Alex Noah

Alex is senior editor of The Next Tech. He studied International Communication Management at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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