Mophie Snap+ Wireless Charging Stand REVIEW | MacSources

MacSources
4 min readAug 12, 2021

A sleek, efficient charger for the iPhone.

I don’t upgrade my iPhone every year. So, I missed the version when wireless charging was first released (2017, iPhone 8). I did upgrade the next year and thoroughly enjoyed the new charging feature. I will say that it’s been problematic though because you can sometimes lay the phone on a charging pad and not make exact contact with the charging coil. This leaves your phone uncharged. This is why I’m glad that with the iPhone 12 models, Apple introduced MagSafe charging. The feature ensures that an iPhone can hit the charging coil precisely every single time. Fortunately, Mophie, a company that I trust for charging devices, has a great line of MagSafe charging options including the Snap+ Wireless Charging Stand.

DETAILS

The Snap+ Wireless Charging Stand is a 15W wireless charging stand that contains a magnetic array that is compatible with virtually any Qi-enabled smartphone or with MagSafe iPhone models. The stand is also compatible with Samsung and Google phones. A Snap adapter is included with the stand, which makes non-compatible phones instantly compatible with the Snap+ Wireless Charging Stand. You have the option of storing the phone in portrait or landscape mode. The stand can charge a phone through a low-profile case (up to 3mm thick). The stand has the ability to charge up to 15W with Android devices, but only 7.5W with iOS devices. There is a 2-year warranty on the stand, it measures 3.54 x 2.17 x 5.45 in and weighs 0.51 pounds.

USER EXPERIENCE

The Snap+ Wireless Charging Stand comes in a simple Mophie branded box. The design of these boxes is clean and uniform with other Mophie products. There is a single photo of the product on the cover of the box and some of the main details are included on the back. The box indicates that the stand provides fast charging, charges on contact, offers magnetic positioning, and charges through cases. When I opened the box I found the disassembled stand, the user manual, a wall plug, and the Snap adapter. Since I don’t need the…

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