iPhone 11 Pro Max Smart Battery Case — White
Engineered for iPhone 11 Pro Max, the Smart Battery Case gives you even longer battery life while offering great protection. Inside, a soft microfibre lining helps protect your iPhone. And on the outside, the silky, soft-touch finish of the silicone exterior feels great in your hand. A soft elastomer hinge design makes it easy to put the case on and take it off.
The case features a dedicated camera button that launches the Camera app whether the iPhone is locked or unlocked. A quick press of the button takes a photo and a longer press captures QuickTake video. It works for selfies too.
The Smart Battery Case is also compatible with Qi-certified chargers. You can charge your iPhone and battery case simultaneously. And when fully charged, the Smart Battery Case delivers up to 50 per cent longer battery life.* This results in increased talk time and internet use, and even longer audio and video playback. With the Smart Battery Case on, the intelligent battery status is displayed on the iPhone Lock screen and in Notification Centre, so you know exactly how much charge you have left.
The case can be charged even faster with USB-PD–compatible chargers. It also supports Lightning accessories, such as the EarPods with Lightning Connector (included with your iPhone) or the Lightning Digital AV Adapter (sold separately).
Designed by Apple
Up to 50 per cent longer battery life with the iPhone 11 Pro Max Smart Battery Case*
What’s in the Box
iPhone 11 Pro Max Smart Battery Case
Answers from the community
So you CAN charge this case wirelessly?
No answers yet
- Asked by Alison H from Snellville
- on 11 Jun. 2020
can this case be charged with a wireless charger?
- Asked by Nathan and Taylor Q from Omaha
- on 7 Jun. 2020
Can you turn the case off if your battery is already fully charged?
- Asked by Caiden J from Caldwell
- on 18 May 2020
It doesn't work like that sir
The phone always stays charging then the case will die and your phone It doesn't work like that sir
The phone always stays charging then the case will die and your phone will still be at 100%
- Answered by Matt C from Apopka
- on 22 May 2020