Ars Technicapedia article Posted January 13, 2018 07:59:09 It’s one of those rare cases where a simple plug-in battery pack is all you need.
The battery packs that power the smartphones, tablets, and laptops that you carry around are made of lithium ion (Li-ion), which has a capacity of 3,200mAh.
You can use this battery pack in a variety of ways, but you’ll need to find a way to recharge it.
To that end, there are a number of plug-ins out there that can replace Li-ion batteries.
Here are some examples of what you can expect to see on your next smartphone:Apple iPhone 6 PlusApple iPhone 5sApple iPhone SEApple iPhone 8Apple iPhone 7 Apple iPhone 7 PlusSamsung Galaxy Note7Apple iPhone XApple iPhone 9Apple iPhone 10Apple iPhone 11Apple iPhone 12Samsung Galaxy S8Apple iPhone S8 PlusSamsung iPhone X8Apple MacBook Pro MacBook AirApple MacBook Air 12Apple MacBook Book 12Apple Macbook Pro 13Apple MacBook 13Apple iMac Pro 12Apple i9-5960 Intel Core i5-4410Yosama Smart BatteryPack