- Answered by Lesley V from Detroit
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The battery case on the iPhone and then on top of another case that comes with a wallet.
The TSA limit is 100 watt-hours. And in most cases, the airlines will allow spare lithium-ion batteries up to 160-watt hours. Therefore you should be fine taking this case on an airline, however, TSA may question you about the case but again to my knowledge this case falls below the 100 watt-hour limit.
Yes and no. It is compatible with fast charging, but you would need a USB-C adapter. The 18W iPad charger is not USB-C (been around since long before USB-C), so you would need the regular Lightning cable. Only the newest iPad Pros, the ones with the newer screens released in late 2018, use are USB-C.
Can this case be charged through apple lightning dock when it is on with the phone?
That is actually false. There is no on and off switch, but your phone is always kept at 100% until the case dies and it's only then that your phone drops below 100%. The case doesn't damage your phone's battery as it runs off the cases battery first, and the phone knows that it's plugged into a battery case and thus halts backups and update and other battery intensive processes. But to answer your question there is no on/off switch which is actually beneficial because it reduces the amount that your actual phone battery is used and thus it will last longer over time
If I purchase the already expensive iPhone XR because I'm interested in the water resistance, among
No, the case is not water resistant, I would recommend taking off if there's any chance it may get wet, like if you are at a pool, etc.
No but the XS battery case does work with the X
Yes! You can charge the case completely separately from the iPhone
Yes the lightning port retains full functionality for audio or data transfer as well as power.
I purchased a 3rd party battery case and it said it had sync ability, which it does, but when I plug
Yes this case functions as if you were plugging your phone directly into your car.
Honestly I haven't gotten clarity on this either. It's either 1369 mah or 2658 mah because it's dual celled. I'm inclined to believe the latter due to the fact that I find it hard to believe Apple would put a battery capacity in a case that isn't even half the capacity of the phone. Regardless the case charges your phone at 10.1 watts meaning that you will actually get quite a good charge. I almost never deplete the case on a regular day and I'm a moderate to heavy user.
Is your iphone battery case magnetic mount like mophie charge force for 8plus
It doesn’t seem like it has any magnetic features or abilities. Doesn’t charge in my charging pad so I don’t think so
If it sticks on your iPhone 7 smart case then I don’t see why not although the popsocket May lose its stickiness so keep that in mind.
The battery does drain first on the case meaning that your phone gets the full charge and your case will be the one draining the power not your phone.
yes it has wireless charging capability
Almost with all my iPhones, I end up having a really good condition case when the battery became use