Apple's official MagSafe portable battery pales in comparison to cheaper Spigen solution

Spigen has announced the launch of its 5000mAh MagSafe portable battery. It features a 12W USB-C output and can wirelessly charge your iPhone 13 with 7.5W of power output. By comparison , Apple's official MagSafe portable battery has a capacity of just 1460 mAh and supports 5W wireless charging. When wired to a power source, the power is increased to 15W.

Spigen ArcHybrid Mag has a large capacity, small footprint and stronger magnetic grip than the original Apple MagSafe portable battery. In pass-through mode, the ArcHybrid Mag first charges the iPhone to 100% and then charges itself. The device supports the QuantumBoost technology, which ensures the optimal power of the charged device. Intelligent safety function protects against overcharging and overheating.

The Spigen ArcHybrid Mag is available for pre-order through Amazon for $ 55 starting October 14th. The original battery costs almost double.

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