Last month, the Mophie Juice Pack Air appeared for the iPhone X for the first time. It was then added to the database of the Wireless Power Consortium. Now it also appeared at the American mobile phone provider AT & T and therefore makes hope for an early official announcement. It is currently speculated that the battery case may have integrated a 1720 mAh battery and could provide up to nine additional hours.
As with other cases of this type, both the case and the iPhone X can be charged by cable. The smartphone is always supplied with new energy first and later the case. What’s special is that the Juice Pack Air can also be charged wirelessly via the Qi standard.
While official information is still to come, AT & T has already shown the two available colors: red and blue. Whether further color options are planned is not known at this time. An approximate price can also be derived from the website. According to the page, the Juice Pack Air could be sold for the iPhone X for about 90 US dollars or 90 euros. The usual prices of the manufacturer for other iPhone models are around 10 euros higher.
When and at what price the Mophie Juice Pack Air will finally be released for the iPhone X is currently unknown.