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Apple launched something big on Wednesday, but it’s not a new iPhone. Instead, it’s an attachment designed to snap onto the company’s current crop of mobiles.
The packs, which offer some bulky protection in addition to extra juice, gives the iPhone XS and XS Max an additional day’s worth of battery power.
IPhone XR users can expect an increase to video playback time of 27 hours.
Apple, as usual, remains mum on the mAh capacity of these packs.
A local price is not yet available on the Apple Store, but the packs will be available to purchase from Friday in the US in black or white (sucks for iPhone XR users).
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