Today Mophie has introduced a wireless Juice Pack for iPhone 6/6s , iPhone 6 Plus, and 6s Plus. Starting at $99 and $129, the cases — which include the charging base — allow iPhone users to wirelessly charge their devices without removing them from the case.
Mophie Juice Pack Wireless
The juice pack wireless offers 1,560mAh extra battery power for the iPhone 6/6s model and 2,420 mAh for the iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus model.
Compatible with Qi and “other wireless charging technologies” (Note: The FAQ only specifies Qi), the case includes a wireless charging base (additional chargers available for $49).
The wireless charging is capable of charging both the mophie battery as well as the internal iPhone battery simultaneously.
After connecting the included wireless charging base as shown in the quick-start guide, simply place the juice pack wireless case on the charging base. mophie charge force technology in the case and the charging base will automatically align the case on the charging base for a proper charge, and charging will automatically begin once the case is aligned. If your iPhone is inside of the case, the juice pack case and phone will charge together.
Mophie Charge Force Desk Mount
These cases expand upon the wireless capabilities mophie built-into those for their Samsung Galaxy Edge 7 and Edge 7 Plus, while adding accessories such as window mounts and charging stands.
The mophie charge force desk mount is priced at $59, and it allows for desktop charging of your wireless mophie device. The mophie charge force desk mount will wirelessly charge any mophie juice pack case with charge force wireless power.
Mophie Charge Force Vent Mount
The mophie charge force vent mount allows drivers to go hands-free and wirelessly charge in the car. Simply touch your mophie case with charge force wireless power to the mount; it will be held in place and magnetically align for a perfect charge every time.
The only color choice at the moment is black, though mophie will likely expand upon this as they continue to ship the new cases.