Anker MagGo 622 Magnetic Battery REVIEW | MacSources

5 min readNov 18, 2021

One snap to charge your iPhone series 12 or 13.

In my opinion, you can never have enough portable charging options. I love that MagSafe charging is now available for iPhones (series 12 and higher) because it makes accurate charging easier. Since I’ve been using a MagSafe charger with my iPhone 12 Pro I’ve not had any ‘miss’ charges as I do with my standard wireless charging pad. There is nothing more frustrating than waking up in the morning thinking your phone should be charged only to find that it has less battery than when you put it on the charger. MagSafe chargers make sure that little mistake doesn’t happen. One such charger is the MagGo 622 Magnetic Battery by Anker.


The Anker 622 Magnetic Battery (MagGo) is a 5000mAh foldable magnetic battery that also features USB-C for charging connected devices or recharging itself. It’s specifically designed for the iPhone 12/13 series phones and is available in five different colors (Dolomite White, Interstellar Gray, Buds Green, Misty Blue, Lilac Purple). The battery has a built-in foldable kickstand that can prop the phone into a vertical or horizontal viewing angle. The magnet is strong and is designed to ensure perfect alignment with your phone’s charging area so that you receive an efficient charge. The battery is slim and compact — only 0.5 inches thick — so that you can continue using the phone while it’s connected. The battery utilizes Anker’s Mini Cell technology to reduce the size of the battery without compromising power and charging efficiency. The battery retails for around $60.


The battery comes in a plain, Anker-branded box. The front of the box is white with some blue accents including the Anker logo and the back has the model information on it. Because of the retailer, the battery came from, it has a large barcode sticker placed on top of the standard label on the back of the box. So, it’s impossible for me to read the rest of the label, but I can see that the model number is A1611. When you pull the battery out of the box, you will…


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