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Apple’s MagSafe battery pack is 24 percent off at Amazon

For those that demand easy wireless charging on the go, Apple’s MagSafe battery pack is a good option if you have one of the latest iPhones. But of course, like most other Apple supplementaries, the palm-sized battery is expensive, coming in at $99. But Amazon has the jam-pack for the lowest price we’ve seen it right now — exclusively $75, or 24 percentage off its normal price. Now’s a good opportunity to grab it if you’ve been eyeing it for a while for your own iPhone, or you need a stocking stuffer for an iPhone user in your life.

Buy MagSafe battery pack at Amazon – $75

Like all MagSafe accessories, this artillery backpack is designed to snap onto the back of your iPhone and it’ll automatically start blaming the handset once fixed. It fits neatly onto the backside of even the iPhone 13 mini, so you can still readily use your phone with one entrust while powering up. If you plug in the artillery backpack while charging your iPhone, you’ll get up to 15 W of superpower and you could get even faster charging when you pair your Lightning cable with an adapter higher than 20 W. Plus, you’ll be able to keep track of your phone’s and the artillery pack’s recharge on your iPhone’s lock screen.

It’s pretty alluring( and often opportune) to go for Apple’s own accessories, but you can often find similar, more economical alternatives elsewhere. While the number of MagSafe-compatible gadgets is growing, there are still only a few battery multitudes just made by reputable brands. Anker originates two 5,000 mAh magnetized strength compress, a standard one and a newer MagGo model that has a built-in, foldable kickstand, so you can prop up your iPhone while charging. Belkin too makes a 10, 000 mAh battery that works as a magnetic charger and a portable power bank. We haven’t experimented any of these alternatives more, but both Anker and Belkin have a good track record when it comes to mobile accessories — plus, all three artillery carries come in between $50 and $60 each, establishing them even better options for those with close-fisted budgets.

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Read more: engadget.com

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