After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Moment is now the first company to sell an MFi-certified battery case for the iPhone X. It’s shocking Moment released this product before Mophie, but it did.
The new Battery Photo Case includes a 3,100mAh battery that charges either wirelessly or through Apple’s Lightning connector. It’s also compatible with Moment’s new lens interface so users can add on one of the company’s perspective-changing lenses. The case features a physical shutter button, too, that works either in the Moment app or Apple’s iPhone Camera app. Limitations-wise, the case doesn’t work with the iOS 12 beta, nor can you use wired Lightning headphones with it. (This is because of the MFi program and Apple’s requirements,...
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