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iPhone 11 Won’t Turn On? Here’s The Fix!

Your iPhone 11 isn’t turning on and you don’t know why. No matter what you try, you can’t seem to reboot your phone. In this article, I’ll explain how to fix the problem when your iPhone 11 won’t turn on!

Why Won’t My iPhone 11 Turn On?

At this point, we can’t be sure why your iPhone 11 isn’t turning on. A lot of the time, an iPhone won’t turn on because of a software crash. However, it’s also possible there’s a hardware problem with your iPhone.

Follow the step-by-step guide below to diagnose and fix the real reason your iPhone 11 won’t turn on. We’ll start with simple troubleshooting steps, and get more advanced as we go.

Hard Reset Your iPhone

A hard reset forces your iPhone to abruptly turn off and back on again. It’s possible your iPhone 11 just looks like it won’t turn on, when really it’s frozen on a black screen.

Quickly press and release the volume up button, then quickly press and release the volume down button, then press and hold the side button until the Apple logo appears on your iPhone’s display. You may need to hold the side button for 30 seconds, so be patient!

It’s important to keep in mind that a hard reset does not fix the underlying software problem that caused your iPhone to crash. Even if your iPhone 11 is turning on again, we recommend reading the rest of the steps below.

Check Your Lightning Cable And Your Charger (Important not to skip this step)

It’s a good idea to inspect your charging cable and charger for damage. It’s possible your iPhone 11 won’t turn on because it’s out of battery life and not charging.

Take a close look at your charging cable and check for discoloration or fraying. Try charging your iPhone 11 with a different cable to see if it starts working.

Try using a different charger if your cable looks fine. If you normally plug your iPhone 11 into a wall charger, try a USB port on your laptop instead (and vice versa). Check out our other article if your iPhone won’t charge!

Make Sure It’s Not Just The Display

If your iPhone 11 still won’t turn on, plug your iPhone into your computer and open iTunes (Macs running macOS 10.14 or older and PCs) or Finder (Macs running macOS 10.15 or newer). Check to see if your computer recognizes your iPhone 11.

If your computer recognizes your iPhone, it usually means there’s a hardware problem with the display. We recommend backing up your iPhone immediately if it is recognized by your computer, as it could be your last chance to do so.

After backing up your iPhone, try performing another hard reset while your iPhone is connected to your computer. Check out our other article if your iPhone screen is still black — there are some additional troubleshooting steps that may help you fix the problem!

Check For Physical Or Liquid Damage

While they’ve gotten stronger over recent years, iPhones are very fragile. And unlike newer models, the iPhone 11 doesn’t have Ceramic Shield. Drops and exposure to liquids can cause damage that prevents your iPhone from turning on.

Take a close look at your iPhone. Is there any noticeable damage? Even if it seems insignificant to you, Apple may replace your iPhone 11 under warranty.

Next, check your iPhone 11 for any signs of liquid damage. The iPhone 11 has a liquid contact indicator inside its SIM card tray on the right edge of the iPhone. If the indicator is red or pink, it means your iPhone has come in contact with liquid.

Unfortunately, liquid damage isn’t covered by the one-year Apple limited warranty. Check out our other other for help handling iPhone water damage.

Reach Out To Apple

If you’ve completed all the steps above, and your iPhone 11 still won’t turn on, it’s time to get in touch with Apple support. There’s a very good chance your iPhone 11 has a hardware problem that needs to be repaired. Visit Apple’s support website to get help online, over-the-phone, or through-the-mail.

iPhone 11: Turning On Again!

You’ve fixed the problem and your iPhone is turning on again! Next time your iPhone 11 won’t turn on, you’ll know exactly how to fix the problem. Leave a comment below if you have any unanswered questions about your iPhone.

best power banks compatible with iPhone and iPad (2023 update)

At first, picking up a power bank for your iPhone should be an easy and enjoyable task. But when you start looking for options, doubts start to pop in.

The thing is that most probably you have more devices than just your iPhone – and that you would like to be able to charge them on the go, as well. Apple Watch, iPad, Bluetooth headphones, a digital camera?

Plus the cables with all possible plug configurations to make sure that any device can be charged. Looks like a lot of stuff to take, while the only thing you need is to emergency charge your iPad or iPhone once every few days.

The more devices you have, the bigger the power bank you would need. On the other hand, high-capacity battery packs are heavy and big. A big power bank capable of charging all your mobile Apple devices could weigh more than all these devices combined.

Plus, there are parameters to consider such as capacity, maximum power output, compatible plugs and ports, and extra features, such as built-in cables, wireless charging, or pass-through technology.

Below, you will find a list of the newest, most innovative power banks that are compatible with iPhone and iPad (some of them can charge your Apple Watch and MacBook, as well).

I personally don’t recommend solar power banks, so you won’t find them in this round-up. Solar power banks are heavier and less reliable than non-solar battery backs, and they can’t be treated as emergency charging solutions, so in the end they won’t give you peace of mind.

My general advice: choose for your iPhone and/or iPad the power bank that meets most of your needs without being too bulky.

Power banks for iPhone and iPad – things to know

Here are the parameters to take into consideration when choosing a power bank:

▸ Capacity – measured in milliampere hours (mAh) – shows the power bank’s maximum charge that can be transferred by a steady current of one milliampere flowing for one hour. The bigger the capacity, the more times you will be able to charge your iPhone.

▸ Power output – measured in watts (W) – shows the power bank’s maximum rate of energy transfer. iPads need chargers with higher power output. So, even if the power adapter has a high capacity, it may not be able to charge the iPad if it has a low power output. Here is a list of original iPhone and iPad power adapters, which is a good power output reference when looking for compatible power banks.

▸ Power delivery – this is the USB port related specification showing how fast a specific port can be in charging the devices with greater power demand. Usually, the fastest power delivery is provided by USB-C ports.

▸ Output ports – the number and kind of ports used to charge connected devices. Please keep in mind that in some power banks USB-C ports work only one way – to charge the power bank itself. That’s why it’s important to double check if the USB-C port is “two-way,” ”in-out,” or “input-output.”

▸ Input ports – the number and kind of ports used to charge the power bank itself. Some ports in a single power bank can be used for both input and output – but some for input only. You should analyze which port serves which purpose if you want to avoid disappointment.

▸ Pass-through technology – if you find this phrase in the description, it means that the power bank is capable of charging the connected devices while it’s connected to the wall power socket.

Power bank flight information

Power banks use lithium-ion batteries which are liable to catch fire, therefore it is prohibited to put them in the check-in luggage (the luggage you leave at the airport to take to the cargo space of the plane).

However, you can keep two power banks in your carry-on luggage (the small luggage you take with you to the plane’s cabin). Their combined capacity should not exceed 27000mAh.

For instance, you can have in your carry-on luggage:

  • One power bank with a capacity 25000mAh, or
  • Two power banks – one with 6000mAh and one with 20000mAh capacity

If you want to take with you on board the power bank that’s capable of charging your iPad, you should pick up the one that has the capacity below 27000mAh but power output 20W or higher.

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Best iPhone and iPad compatible power banks

50000mAh battery pack with USB-C input-output port

Our pick: The best power bank to charge both the iPhone and iPad

▸ This is one of the most powerful and reliable battery packs that are currently available on the web. It offers 50000mAh capacity which is enough to charge an iPhone 11 as many as 10 times, and an 11-inch iPad Pro (2021 release) 3 times.

▸ There are 4 ports to charge your devices and 3 ports to charge the power bank itself. It’s worth noting that the USB-C port is two-way – you can use it both for energy input and output.

▸ The fast USB-C output port combined with 18W power output will let you quickly charge not only your iPhone (all models) but also the iPad, even if you have the model that comes with a 20 W power adapter. It will just take a bit more time to fully charge it.

▸ Additionally, the power bank is equipped with an ultra-bright flashlight. There is also a small display showing the battery level – a helpful feature if you want to plan ahead when you should recharge the battery pack.

▸ The power bank is offered on Amazon by Nuxgal. The company offers a free replacement of the product one you encounter any problems, plus there is an 18-month warranty.

▸ The price at the time of updating this post is 52, but it will go up to 56 after the limited-time offer ends.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models, all current iPad models.

Our score: 8.1/10

Magnetic 20W USB-C iPhone power bank stand supporting wireless charging

Our pick: Best wireless charging enabled iPhone compatible power bank

▸ Are you looking for a cable-free power bank that can charge your iPhone wirelessly also when you are using it? Take a look at 633 MagGo (Magnetic Battery) from Anker – a renowned producer of power supply gear.

▸ This compact iPhone-sized battery pack is really clever. Two prominent benefits are combined in this beast: the wireless charging option (no need to take cables with you), and a built-in kick-stand that will let you use your iPhone hands-free.

▸ Anker MagGo 633 comes with 10000mAh capacity, 20W power output, and USB-C port. Thanks to that, you can fast-charge your iPhone 13 almost two times.

▸ To start the wireless charging, just snap the power bank onto the back of your iPhone. The perfectly aligned, strong magnets provide stable charging and strong grip. There is no way the Anker MagGo will fall away while you are holding the iPhone in your hand.

▸ A small but solid kickstand will allow you to place the iPhone on a desk at the vertical position. There is no need to take with you an extra stand, if you want to watch a movie or read an ebook, hands-free.

▸ It’s worth keeping in mind that you can charge your iPhone almost 3 times faster if you do it via the USB-C to Lightning cable.

▸ 2 ft (60 cm) USB-C to USB-C cable is included in the box. There are three colors to choose from: Black, White, and Light Blue.

▸ Anker 633 MagGo comes with a 24-month warranty, and costs 79.99 based on the list price. I haven’t spotted any price deals yet.

✨ Compatible: All iPhone models supporting wireless charging (for wireless charging to work), all iPhone models (for cable charging).

Thin affordable power bank with an accurate battery level display

▸ Charmast is one of the leading producers of power supply accessories. One of the company’s most popular models is this USB-C enabled battery pack, which, compared to other power banks with the similar capacity, is extremely thin. Its depth is only 16 mm, so you can easily slide it into a or a tablet sleeve.

▸ LED displays showing the level of the remaining power are relatively new, and they are usually offered in higher capacity battery packs. This 10400mAh power bank comes with the LED display, as well.

▸ The four color battery level display is highly accurate (still not a common feature in the power bank category). It will display the current battery level to the last 1%.

▸ The power bank’s capacity is 10400mAh, which means you can charge your iPhone between 3 and 8 times (depending on the model). You can also charge your iPad mini 6 at least one time.

▸ Charmast battery pack is offered in four variants: Black, Black with cables, White, and Blue.

▸ The price depends on the variant you choose. The Black color is the cheapest, and you can get it for 19.99. Other variants cost between 25 and 30, but you can expect price cuts from time to time.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models, iPad mini (all generations).

Compact 20W 32000mAh power bank with built-in cables

▸ Although offering as much as 32000mAh of electric charge, this external iPhone and iPad compatible battery pack is extremely compact. It measures 5.7 in (14.5 cm) and weighs 15.9 ounces (450 grams).

▸ The biggest benefit of this particular model are two built-in cables that come with three plugs. One cable ends with a Lightning plug for your iPhone. The cable on the other side is equipped with USB-C and micro USB plugs. Thanks to that, you won’t need to take with you any cables – these three plugs are compatible with most mobile devices.

▸ The 20W power output delivered via the Type-C port means that the power bank can handle even the most power consuming iPad Pro models that come with 20W power adapters.

▸ The power bank is equipped with as many as 13 safety features including the ones protecting against overcharge, overheat, and short circuit. Thanks to that, the life’s battery is prolonged and the power bank is more stable. It can perform 400 high-cycle recharge tests, and the battery will still offer the 80% capacity.

▸ The regular price of the power bank is 49, but at the time of updating this overview we see it dropped to 38.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models, all current iPad models.

Anker PowerCore 40000mAh 30W power bank for iPhone, iPad, and MacBook

▸ From Anker comes the most efficient and versatile battery pack in this overview – the newest Anker 347 PowerCore 40K. It offers 40000mAh capacity, 30W power output, two 2 USB-C, and two USB-A ports.

▸ You can use Anker 347 to charge your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and even MacBook Air – four devices at the same time. The company claims the PowerCore 40K has enough capacity to fully charge iPhone 13 7.5 times and MacBook Air over 2 or more times.

▸ There are two color variants to choose from: Black and White. Each one costs 99.99, but you can see occasional price cuts, usually via featured deals during Black Friday or Prime Day.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models, all current iPad models, 30W powered MacBook Air variants.

Our score: 8.1/10

Ultra-compact direct plug-in iPhone power bank

▸ Here is a clever power bank that can charge your iPhone while you are using it, without all the mess and ugliness created by adding the cables.

▸ This ultra-compact power bank from iWalk is the size of a lipstick. With a Lightning connector that’s mounted directly on its body, you can attach it right under your iPhone. For extra protection, the Lightning connector comes with a cap made of flexible rubber.

▸ With 3350mAh of electric charge, this ultra-small battery pack is a perfect emergency charging tool. You can use it to recharge most iPhone models to their full battery level.

▸ The charger comes with a pass-through technology. It means that you can use it to charge your iPhone at the same time you charge it. It’s a helpful feature if you don’t have the cables and the power adapter to charge your iPhone directly from a wall socket.

▸ You can get iWalk iPhone power bank in one of six colors, including Pink, Light Blue, and Signal Green. The price is set at 25, and I haven’t seen any price cuts in the recent months. You can also have the 2-pack (Black and White variants) for 45.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models.

Our score: 7.8/10

100W iPad and MacBook thin tablet power bank with 2 USB-C ports

▸ If you are looking for an effective tool to charge your iPad or MacBook, you should look for tablet-first battery-pack.

▸ From Baseus comes a power bank that’s tailored to charge tablets and laptops. Its main visual point of difference is the ultra-flat design – it’s only 0.7 in (17 mm) thick. Thanks to that, you can easily put it into the MacBook bag or your iPad sleeve.

▸ The capacity of the power bank is “only” 20000mAh, but when it comes to more power-hungry devices, the main factor is not the capacity but power output. And this power bank offers 100W. It means you can charge not only all iPad or iPad Pro models, but also your MacBook or MacBook Pro.

▸ The 20000mAh capacity is also suitable, if you want to take the power bank with you to the plane. As I mentioned in the facts section of this overview, only two power banks with a combined capacity no higher than 27000mAh are allowed on board.

▸ What’s most important, the battery pack features two in-out USB-C ports supporting 100W output. As a result, you can charge two large devices at the same time, be it your iPad and MacBook. It will take about 30 minutes to charge the battery of the 16-inch MacBook Pro to 35%.

▸ The list price of Baseus iPad-friendly power pack is 130, but any time I checked the product page, the price was down to 99.

Compatible: All current iPhone and iPad models, all MacBook and MacBook Pro models.

Our score: 8.0/10

Cheap power bank with four built-in cables and hand loop

▸ Are you looking for an affordable power bank that will recharge your iPhone and most other small mobile devices, old and new, at no extra cost? Take a look at this slim 10000mAh power charger that costs less than 20.

▸ The biggest benefit of this particular battery pack is about connection options. You won’t need to buy extra cables with specific plugs for specific devices, because most output options are provided by four built-in cables.

▸ The power bank comes with cables featuring the following plugs: Lightning, micro USB, USB-C, and USB-A. Thanks to that, you will recharge your iPhone, your next iPhone (which may come with a Type-C port instead of Lightning) or a really old device that you can recharge only via USB-A connection.

▸ A clever thing about this power bank is the Lightning cable that doubles as a hand loop. Plus, there is also a small LED screen that displays the current battery status.

▸ The battery pack comes with Amazon Choice badge, and is highly popular on Amazon. You can choose from two color variants: Black and White. The regular price is 32, but for a long time the price was reduced to 18.99 (42% off).

▸ For extra 10 you can get a version with 20W power delivery and 20000mAh capacity, which is also enough for your iPad.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models.

Innovative 5-in-1 iPhone-ready 10000mAh power bank charger

Our pick: Most versatile power bank for iPhone

▸ From Charmast comes an innovative battery pack that offers five features in one:

  • 10000mAh compact-size power bank,
  • USB-C port for both input and output,
  • LED display with a remaining battery capacity,
  • built-in cables with three plugs: Lightning, USB-C, and micro USB,
  • built-in, foldable, AC plug

▸ The biggest benefit and the most innovative feature is the foldable AC plug. You can plug the power bank directly to the wall socket for fast recharging without the need to use any cables. What’s more, while the power bank sits in the wall, you will be able to recharge the connected devices, so it works like a power strip.

▸ The built-in cables let you charge even three devices simultaneously: one iPhone via the Lightning port, one iPad via the USB-C port, and one more device via the micro USB port. Please note that, while the iPad is shown in the visualization, you will only be able to partially recharge it, as the power bank’s capacity is too low.

▸ This iPhone-ready power bank and charger comes in two color variants: Black and White. Each one costs 39.99, but you can hunt for frequent deals that will let you get it for under 30.

Compatible: All current iPhone models. Partial recharge of current iPad models.

Powerful 60000mAh 22.5W battery pack for your current and future iPhone and iPad

▸ With the capacity at 60000mAh, this battery pack beast from Romoss is among the most powerful power banks that are currently offered online.

▸ The producer claims that on average you can use it for three weeks on one charge. You can recharge the power bank with the 9V 2A power adapter in less than 16 hours.

▸ Romoss offers 22.5W power output (enough for any iPad) and PD 3.0 fast charging via USB-C port. It can recharge your iPhone 12 times, and the iPad Pro (the model is not specified) – even 4 times.

▸ Please keep in mind that, while looking pretty slim, this power bank is not lightweight. It weighs 2.9 pounds (1.3 kilograms).

▸ The red-colored LED display will let you check out the charging status, voltage, and remaining battery level.

▸ The list price is set at 90, but you can get it for under 70 pretty often.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone and iPad models.

Ultra-portable 9000mAh wireless power bank for iPhone and Apple Watch

▸ The first thing to decide when picking up the power bank is which of your devices are you going to charge the most. If you need to recharge your iPhone and Apple Watch during the day, take a look at the wireless charging power bank from iWalk.

▸ The design has a round shape and strong magnets on the front side. It’s done on purpose – you can wrap your Apple Watch around the power bank to immediately start the wireless charging on the go.

▸ The 9000mAh capacity is enough to charge your Apple Watch about 20 times and iPhone between 1 and 2 times.

▸ The built in Lightning cable lets you charge the iPhone the same time you charge the Apple Watch. Plus, the power bank sports the pass-through technology, so that you can plug it into the wall socket to pass the energy to two connected devices.

▸ The power bank is available in four color variants: Black, White, Pink, and Light Green. The regular price is set at 45.99. The device is selling very well all year long so it’s hard to find any price deal.

✨ Compatible: All current iPhone models, all Apple Watch models except Series 1.

25W 33800mAh iPhone and iPad power bank with wireless charging pad

Our pick: Best value-for-money power bank for iPhone and iPad

▸ This slim and lightweight power bank combines the almost perfect set of features designed for the heavy user of both the iPhone and iPad.

▸ The power bank comes with wireless charging pad, so when it comes to the latest iPhones, you don’t even need a cable. The wireless charging offers 5, 7.5, 10, and maximum 15W power output, and can fast charge most other Qi-enabled devices.

▸ You can obviously charge your iPhone and iPad via the cable. With 25W and PD 4.0, you can fast charge your iPhone to the full battery level in less than 30 minutes.

▸ What’s more, the battery pack offers 5 simultaneous charging outputs. The 25W output/input is performed by USB-C port. 33800mAh is enough to fully recharge your iPhone up to 10 times.

▸ The list price of this feature-packed wireless power bank is 39, but quite frequently it goes down to a bit more than 30.

✨ Compatible: All iPhone models (wireless charging available for wireless charging enabled models), all current iPad models.

Our score: 8.1/10

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Best Apple MagSafe Battery Pack Alternatives for Your New iPhone 13

It took Apple quite some time, but it finally released a MagSafe Battery pack for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. And even though it’s a fantastic product to have, there are still many things people didn’t like about it.

Some people expected the battery pack to have more power to keep your iPhone going for days. Others didn’t like the fact that it doesn’t have a USB-C port to charge it, albeit that’s something we all should’ve expected. Last but not least, the cost. Even though it’s a typical price from Apple, many people didn’t expect the battery pack to cost 100.

The good news is, there are many other companies with their own MagSafe alternatives ready to ship right now. If you’re looking for a cheaper, more powerful alternative, here are some options that might be worth checking out.

Feerory Magnetic Wireless Power Bank

This Feerory Magnetic Power Bank has everything you’d want from a power bank plus a little bit more. This power bank is small enough to cover only part of your iPhone’s back, with a design that’s 50% smaller than other power banks. With a design that small, you’ll barely notice it’s there.

It has enough power to carry a 10,000 mAh battery that charges with a power of 20W. That means it can charge your iPhone up to 80% faster than other power banks. The best part is the price. Since it costs only 35, it’s one of the cheapest magnetic power banks on the list.

Overall, the Feerory power bank is affordable, powerful, and compact enough to make it a perfect daily companion for your iPhone 12 or iPhone 13.

HyperJuice Magnetic Wireless Battery Pack

The HyperJuice Battery Pack doesn’t have a particularly sleek design, but it’s all about the power. With 5,000 mAh, your iPhone will have enough power to last you through the day.

What’s great is that it supports pass-through wireless charging. That means you can connect the HyperJuice to power, and it will continue to charge the iPhone first. It’s not the most elegant solution, but it’s one way to charge your iPhone with a USB-C cable.

Plus, the HyperJuice is not only secure for your iPhone, but for you too. It comes with advanced temperature control and overcharging protection, so you can safely use this battery pack without worrying about your iPhone.

Anker Magnetic Wireless Portable Charger

Anker is well-known for its many great battery packs and chargers, and this magnetic wireless portable power bank is no exception.

This battery pack offers 5,000 mAh of power, which guarantees you’ll charge your iPhone without problems. Well, almost no problems. This battery pack only offers a 5W wireless charge, which is nowhere near as fast as other options.

Still, if fast-charging isn’t an issue for you, the Anker portable charger will give you the power and security you need, including temperature control and foreign object detection.

iWalk Magnetic Wireless Power Bank

The iWalk Magnetic Power Bank combines functionality with a big battery for your iPhone 12 or 13. Keep in mind, though, this battery pack is not for every iPhone.

The iWalk is a 6,000 mAh power bank that comes with a small surprise – a ring-style holder on the back. This will make holding your iPhone easier than before, even with such a bulky battery pack on its back.

However, before you go and buy this battery pack, remember that, because of its size, it might not be a great fit for the iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 13 mini. Unfortunately, like other MagSafe products, the iPhone mini’s size is too small to secure the iWalk properly.

Belkin Magnetic Wireless Power Bank

If you’re looking for a sleek minimalistic battery pack and you don’t mind compromising battery for it, the Belkin Magnetic Power Bank is a great option for you.

Belkin’s charger is small and thin enough to fit on your iPhone without much bulk, but it’s got enough power to attach even if you have a case on your iPhone.

The only downside to this charger is its battery. This MagSafe Power Bank only offers 2,500 mAh or battery, which is half of what others offer for the same price. Still, if you want something that doesn’t take much space and still gives you an extra boost of 50% battery, then Belkin is the one for you.

Ummz Magnetic Wireless Portable Power Bank

Speaking of power and functionality, this magnetic power bank has everything you need for your iPhone. Don’t let its small design fool you. This power bank comes with 10,000 mAh of battery. Plus, it’s strong enough to charge through your MagSafe cases.

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The best part is that it also works as a normal wireless charger. Meaning you can also use it to charge your Airpods wirelessly when you aren’t using it on your iPhone.

Last but not least, it comes with a folding bracket. This little thing will help you hold your iPhone while you binge-watch your favorite shows on Netflix.

Oisle Magnetic Wireless Power Bank

Another great battery option (if you don’t care about not having fast charging) is the Oisle Magnetic Wireless Power Bank. This power bank is sleek, elegant, and has enough battery to last you the whole day.

The Oisle Power Bank has a 4,225 mAh battery, but it only charges your iPhone at 5W, so it isn’t nearly as speedy as others. However, one cool feature it has is the LED indicator, which shows its battery level with corresponding colors.

The biggest downside to this battery is the price. It’s about 60, which is a bit more expensive than other battery packs on the list. That said, it’s still way more affordable than Apple’s MagSafe battery pack.

Best Battery Case for Apple iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max

The iPhone 11 family has great battery life already, but you might require extra charge and you definitely need protection.

Apple’s iPhone 11 range offered impressive battery gains compared to the iPhone XS range when it was first launched back in 2019, with the Pro model offering 4 hours of extra battery life compared to its predecessor. But, over time, batteries degrade, and iPhone 11 owners might now find their smartphones aren’t lasting quite as long as they once did.

You can carry a spare battery pack around with you (check out our recommended best power banks), but that can be cumbersome and entail loose cables, etc, or you could go down the pricey upgrade route and pick up the iPhone 13, boasting even better battery life than the 11 ever did.

But, aside from slapping down hundreds on a new iPhone, the best option will be to buy a battery case for your iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max, which will give you up to another full charge of juice for when you really need it.

My iPhone 11 Pro can last a normal day, but if I can’t charge it when I need to, then I stick it in a battery case and can carry on using it while it charges back to full power.

A battery case also offers you something else every iPhone needs: protection.

iPhone 11 models are all different sizes

Important! Always check you are buying the correct case for your model of phone. Each member of the iPhone 11 family is a different size, so you need to have the exact case for each phone.

The iPhone 11 has a 6.1in screen (measured diagonally), the iPhone 11 Pro is actually a little smaller with a 5.8in screen, and the biggest is the iPhone 11 Pro Max with a 6.5in screen.

What’s available now?

Aside from the expensive Apple Smart Battery Case, you can find an army of Chinese iPhone 11/Pro/Max battery cases online for a fraction of that cost, and we have been testing the best of them.

A lot of those with the best online reviews (which we then tested, below) are virtually identical ( even the data printed there is the same). but some do stand out with extra functionality.

Only the Apple case is officially blessed by Apple (of course) with its MFi (Made for iPhone) certification, but the others still work.

Best battery cases for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro 11 Max in 2022

Newdery Battery Case for iPhone 11 Pro

Compatible with: iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max

The Newdery battery case may look fairly generic, but it boasts wireless charging – which we find indispensable. The Pro model we tested is also pretty light at 130g.

The prominent wireless-charging symbol on the back is rather unnecessary – although the wireless function itself is very useful, of course.

You press the case’s back button for three seconds to start charging the phone. LEDs show you how much charge is left in the case.

Newdery claims that the battery capacity offers 120% claimed recharge potential. The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro Max cases have a 5,000mAh battery, the 11 Pro’s battery is 4,800mAh. We tested the 11 Pro battery case.

In testing we got just over 100% charge, which is probably all you need before you get to your next charging point – j ust remember to charge the battery case after using it!

The case is reassuringly hard, and the top silicone is flexible so easy to fit in and out.

It offers more charge than Apple’s Smart Battery Case, has the same wireless charging, and is a whole lot cheaper – although it’s available in only Black.

Apple iPhone Smart Battery Case

Compatible with: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max

Apple didn’t release its Apple Smart Battery Case for iPhone 11 at the time of the phone’s launch – probably because it wanted to shout about the new mobile’s longer battery life. Announcing a battery case for it would have looked like admitting poor battery life.

The Apple Smart Battery Case looks just like the other Smart Battery Cases (for iPhone 7, XS and XR) with a hump on the back and a cut-out for the cameras. There are separate versions for the 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.

It is also just as expensive, at a mighty £129 / 129.

What we like about the Apple case – and it’s almost worth the eye-watering price tag – is that it keeps your phone charged automatically, rather than you having to push a button to start charging.

It will keep the iPhone at 100% for as long as it can. When it’s finally used up all its charge, the case lets go, and you then have as long as the phone gives you from fully loaded.

With its 1,430mAh capacity, it’s not as powerful as the others tested here. Apple claims only 50% extra battery life – a lot less than the non-Apple battery cases we tested (not that any of those lived up to the 100% claims). We tested the Apple case, and we actually got around 60-70% extra charge from the case.

Another benefit of going with Apple, is that you can see both the phone and the case’s remaining battery charge by swiping right on the phone to its Notification Centre.

It’s Qi-wireless, so you can use a wireless charger just as you would with the iPhone itself.

Interestingly, the case features a dedicated button that launches the Camera app (whether the iPhone is locked or not). A press of the button takes a photo, and a longer press captures video.

It’s available in either Black or White – with a special Pink Sand colour for the 11 Pro and Pro Max. This is a greater choice (at a cost) than most other battery cases we’ve found for the iPhone 11, although it’s not as many as with the Casely Power 2.0.

Apple’s is the best battery case for the iPhone 11 family, and you get a choice of colours – plus, at 114g, it’s the lightest one we tested. Out only real gripe (and it’s a big one) is the price. Ouch.

Best Power Banks for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max

With the release of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, there’s one thing that is becoming quite apparent, and that would be fast charging your iPhone while you’re on the move is more important than ever.

This is because the iPhone 11 has a new A13 Bionic processor, the three phones have larger batteries and of course, the main part of these iPhones, the cameras, are spectacular. With the regular iPhone 11 you get a 3,046mAh battery, the iPhone 11 Pro has a 3,190mAh battery and the 11 Pro Max has a 3,969mAh. These types of larger batteries were most common in Android smartphones, but that’s not the case anymore as these phones are now using more power and now using a larger battery is a must.

What is also a must is using a Power Delivery charger for your iPhone 11. If you’re getting an iPhone 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max, then you’ll be receiving an 18W Power Delivery wall charger with your phone. If you’re getting an iPhone 11 then the phone only comes with a regular 5W charger.

What’s more important is getting a Power Delivery power bank for your iPhone 11. This way, you’re able to fast charge your iPhone while you’re on the go, and that’s what we’re going to cover in this guide.

Just something to note, when it comes to charging your iPhone with a USB-C PD port, you have to use a USB-C to Lightning cable to do so. As the iPhone still uses Apple’s proprietary Lightning port, and NOT a USB-C port.

Power Banks in this Guide:

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Aukey 20,000mAh 18W USB-C Power Delivery Power Bank with Lightning Input Port

This new iPhone 11 lineup features some larger batteries, so getting a power bank with a high power capacity makes sense. This is because you’re able to charge your phone to its full power multiples times and you can go longer without having to recharge your power bank.

This Aukey power bank features a 20,000mAh power capacity, and this is a great power capacity to use have because it charges your iPhone 11 to its full power about four times. However, this is only possible if you’re solely charing your iPhone 11 using this power bank.

There are two output ports to use to charge your devices. A single USB-C Power Delivery port with an 18W charging speed, perfect for fast charging your iPhone. The other port is a Quick Charge 3.0 port for fast charging Android smartphones.

One of the other reasons to get this power bank other than its high power capacity and Power Delivery charging is its recharging methods. You can recharge this power bank using its USB-C port, Micro-USB input port, or Lightning input port.

There is a Lightning input port with this power bank, which is perfect for iPhone users because there’s a very high chance that you have a Lightning to USB-A cable lying around that you can use to recharge this power bank. Not many power banks have Lightning input port and that’s why it’s so valuable.

  • 20,000mAh power capacity for charging smartphones to full power multiple times
  • Features Quick Charge for fast charging Android smartphones and Power Delivery for fast charging iPhones
  • Can be recharged with a Lightning input port or the USB-C PD port
  • Comes with a USB-A to USB-C cable
  • Low-Current charging for smaller devices

Specs of the Aukey 20,000mAh 18W USB-C Power Delivery Power Bank with Quick Charge:

Initial Capacity: 20,000mAh

Output Capacity: 15,000mAh

Quick Charge Port: 5V–6.5V/3A | 6.5V–9V/2A | 9V–12V/1.5A

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A

Micro-USB: 5V/2.0A

Lightning Input: 5V/2A | 9V/2A

USB-C Input: 5V/3A | 9V/2A

  • LED Power Indicator: Four Power Indicators
  • Size: 6.9 x 2.7 x 0.9
  • Weight: 13.4 Ounces

Quick Charge Power Bank

This RAVPower portable charger is on the mid-range side with its power capacity, that’s because it has a 10,000mAh power capacity. So you can expect about two full charges for your iPhone 11.

The better parts of this power bank are its charging and form factor. The charger has two output ports. One is a USB-A Quick Charge port and the other is a USB-C Power Delivery port with an 18W charging speed.

You can use either one of two input ports to recharge the power bank. There’s a USB-C Power Delivery port with an 18W recharging speed if you use a USB-C Power Delivery wall charger to recharge it with. Or you can use the Micro-USB input port to recharge the power bank with. That said, the Micro-USB input port only has a 10W recharge rate.

The charger has a length of 5.6 inches, a width of 2.7 inches, and a thickness of 0.6 inches. It’s very easy to take this power bank wherever you want.

  • Compact size that can fit into a along with your phone
  • Power Delivery charging for fast charging your iPhone 11
  • Can be recharged faster at PD or Quick Charge speeds
  • Includes a Micro-USB to USB-A cable and a USB-C to Micro-USB adapter

Delivery Quick Charge Power Bank:

Initial: 10,000mAh

Output Capacity: 5,500mAh

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

USB-A Quick Charge Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A (18W)

Micro-USB Input: 5V2A | 9V/2A (18W)

USB-C Input: 5V3A | 9V/2A (18W)

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  • LED Power Indicator: 4 Blue LED Power Indicators
  • Size: 5.6 x 2.7 x 0.7 inches
  • Weight: 7.5 Ounces

Going back into the high capacity range, this is Anker’s PowerCore 20000 PD portable charger. The charger has a good amount of power and despite its name, the power bank has a 20,100mAh power capacity. This much power can go quite far with solely charging your iPhone 11, as you can get about four full charges.

The charging from this PowerCore 20000 PD is rather minimal, both for its output charging and recharging. The PD charging is still very powerful, though.

There’s a USB-C Power Delivery port and a USB-A port. The USB-C Delivery port has a 30W charging speed, so quite a bit higher than the 18W that would already be able to recharge the iPhone at its max charging speed. That said, with 30W of charging power you can also use this power bank to charge a USB-C laptop that you may have. If you’re reading this guide, and are an iPhone user, then there might be a chance that you own MacBook.

The USB-A port on this power bank has a 10W output, so nothing special there, but you can still use the USB-C Power Delivery port at its full power while still charging from the USB-A port.

Another reason to get this power bank is when it comes to recharging it. specifically it’s how the power bank comes with a 30W PD wall charger. You can use this wall charger to recharge the power bank at its max charging speed right out of the box.

Also, you can use the PD wall charger that comes with the power bank to fast charge your iPhone 11 directly, too.

  • High power capacity for longer-lasting power
  • 30W Power Delivery port for fast charging an iPhone and also for charging USB-C laptops
  • Comes with a PD wall charger for fast recharging the power bank and comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable

Specs of the Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD:

Initial: 20,000mAh

Output Capacity: 15,000mAh

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V=3A | 9V=2.6A | 15V=1.6A (30W)

USB-A Port: 5V/2.0A (10W)

  • Input: 5V=3A | 9V=3A | 15V=2A | 20V=1.5A
  • LED Power Indicator: 4 Blue LED Power Indicators
  • Size: 6.5 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 13 Ounces

PD and Quick Charge

This is another Aukey power bank that we had to place into this guide. The charger has a total of four ways to charge form. For a bank with a 5 inches length, a 3-inch width, and a thickness of 0.5 inches, being able to charge four devices at the same time is very impressive.

So to start with, this power bank has an 8,000mAh power capacity. This is quite low for the iPhone 11, but you’re able to get at least a single full charge for your iPhone 11, and even for an iPhone 11 Pro Max with its bigger battery. Getting a second full charge will be possible with a regular iPhone 11.

The four charging methods from this power bank are its two USB-A ports, with one being a Quick Charge 3.0 port, the other is a standard USB-A port; the other two ways of charging is the 18W USB-C Power Delivery Port and wireless charging.

You can wirelessly charge your iPhone 11 from this power bank and this is done by placing your phone on top of the power bank where it has the “Aukey” logo. The wireless charging from this power bank is standard at 5W, so you won’t be getting the fast wireless charging for iPhones at 7.5W that you’d find on regular wireless chargers.

Of course, you can indeed charge use all the four charging methods that we mentioned above, all at the same time.

  • A small form factor that can be placed in the same you place your phone in
  • Features Power Delivery, Quick Charge, and wireless charging
  • Comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable
  • Enough power capacity for only a single full charge
  • Does not come with a wall charger

Power Bank:

Initial Capacity: 8,000mAh

Output Capacity: 6,000mAh

USB-C Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A |12V/1.5A

Standard USB-A Port: 5V/2.4A

Wireless Charging: 5W

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V/2A | 9V/2A

Micro-USB Input Port: 5V/2A

  • LED Power Indicator: 4 Green LED Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 5.7 x 2.9 x 0.5 inches
  • Weight: 6.9 Ounces

With this Jackery Jackery Bolt power bank, we’re taking a few steps back and that’s because this charger does not feature Power Delivery and it has one of the lowest power capacities in this guide.

The charger has a 6,000mAh power capacity, this much power can charge you’re iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max to its full power at least once. You’re likely going to have left over power but not enough to charge your phone to its full power again.

What this power bank lacks with its Power Delivery, it makes up for with its use of built-in cables. So this Jackery Bolt has a built-in Micro-USB cable and it also has a Lightning cable. The one other way to charge from this power bank is to use its USB-A port, and you can use any cable you want with the port.

So with the use of a built-in Lightning cable, you’re able to charge your iPhone 11 wherever you are, and not have to worry about bringing a cable with you.

The Jackery Bolt also has a flashlight that you can use, too.

  • Features a USB port, a built-in Micro-USB cable and a built-in Lightning cable for charging your iPhone
  • Comes with a Micro-USB cable
  • Has an LED flashlight

Specs of the Jackery Bolt 6,000mAh Power Bank with Built-in Cables:

This Power Delivery power bank is more on the premium side in terms of charging power and its build quality, and it’s the Crave Plus Pro portable charger.

The charger has a 20,000mAh power capacity, so you can expect quite a few charges for your phone. The charging can be done through three ports on this power bank.

There’s a single USB-C Power Delivery Port that has a 45W charging speed. So this is even more power than 30W of PD charging that some power banks have. With this much power, you’re of course able to fast charge your iPhone 11, but it can also be useful for charging USB-C laptops at a faster charging speed.

The other two ports on this power bank are Quick Charge 3.0 USB-A ports.

The reason that we said this charger is “Premium” is because it has an Aluminum body, and that does that make it heavier but at the same time, it feels high quality and better than plastic which most power banks are made of.

  • Has enough power capacity for charging the iPhone 11 to full power multiple times
  • Three ports, with two Quick Charge ports and a single USB-C 45W Power Delivery port
  • Made of Aluminum
  • Slim form factor that makes it easy to place into a

Power Delivery Portable Charger:

USB-A Ports: Quick Charge and a Standard Charging Speed of 5V/2.4A for Non-Quick Charge Compatible Devices

USB-C Port: 45W

  • LED Power Indicator: Four White Power Indicators
  • Size: 7 x 3.2 x 0.7 inches
  • Weight: 1.3 Pounds


This ZMI power bank is quite a bit different than other Power Delivery power banks on the market. First, let’s just get through the basics.

It has a 20,000mAh power capacity, and three charging ports to use. The Power Delivery port on this charger has a 45W charging speed, so there’s the power to use. The two USB-A ports also use Quick Charge 3.0.

What sets this Power Delivery power bank from others is that it can act as a USB HUB. Once you connect to a device using the USB-C port from this power bank, you can use both of the USB-A ports on this power bank as USB HUBS for your computer or even for your iPhone 11. The ports can take mouses, flash drives, or even keyboards.

  • Doubles as a power bank and a USB hub for other devices
  • High 20,000mAh power capacity
  • 45W Power Delivery charging speed for charging laptops and fast charging your iPhone
  • Comes with USB-C to USB-C cable, 2-in-1 Micro-USB and USB-C to USB-A Combo Cable

Portable Charger and USB HUB:

Initial Capacity: 20,000mAh

Output Capacity: 14,800mAh

USB-C: 5-20V MAX 45W (15/3A) or 40W (20V/2A);

USB-A Quick Charge: 5V/2.4A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A

USB-A Standard: 5V/2.4A (18W Max)

Max Output: 45W

USB-C: 5-20V MAX 45W

  • LED Power Indicator: 4 White LED Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 6.3 x 3.2 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 14.2 Ounces

This UGREEN power bank is very similar to the other mid-range power banks that we have mentioned in this guide. As this charger also has a 10,000mAh power capacity, has an 18W PD port, and a Quick Charge port. So you get what you need to fast charge your iPhone 11 and also for charging an Android smartphone, too.

This UGREEN portable charger also has a digital power capacity display, so it’s a lot easier to know how much power capacity is left, rather than a few dots that many power banks tend to use.

The form factor of this charger is great even though it is quite thick with a 1-inch thickness, but it makes up for that by having a length of 3.7 inches, and a width of 2.6 inches.

  • Features Power Delivery and Quick Charge fast charging
  • Small form factor
  • Digital Display for power capacity
  • Comes with a USB-A to USB-C cable

Charge Power Bank:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A

Quick Charge Port: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A

  • Input: 5V/3A | 9V/2A | 12V/1.5A
  • LED Power Indicator: Digital Power Capacity Indicator
  • Size: 3.7 x 2.6 x 1 inches
  • Weight: 6.3 Ounces

Now, if you want a power bank with tons more power capacity than any of the chargers that we’ve already gone over, then take a look at this Anker PowerCore 26800 power bank.

This Anker has a 26,800mAh power capacity, lots of power for charging your iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max to full power well over five times. Using this power bank to charge other smartphones, tablets, or even laptops to full power while you’re charging your iPhone is also possible. There’s simply that much power.

This charger also has three ports to use.

The USB-C Power Delivery port has a 30W charging speed, while the two USB-A ports share a 15W charging rate.

To top it all off, this power bank comes with a 30W USB-C Power Delivery wall charger, just as the other Anker power bank that’s in this guide. With it, you can also fast charge your iPhone 11, and you can also recharge this PowerCore 26800 at its max recharging speed.

  • Very high power capacity that can last for days charging your iPhone 11 to full power many times
  • 30W Power Delivery fast charging
  • Comes with a PD wall charger, and a USB-C to USB-C cable
  • Made of Aluminum
  • Ten power capacity display LEDs

with 30W Power Delivery Charger:

Initial Capacity: 26,800mAh

Output Capacity: 20,000mAh

Both USB-A Charging Ports: 5V/3.0A

USB-C Port: 30W

  • Input: 30W through USB-C input with a Power Delivery USB-C Wall Charger
  • LED Power Indicator: Yes
  • Size: 6.5 x 3.1 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 1.3 Pounds

One other Aukey power bank that we had to place in this guide is this 20,000mAh portable charger that has four output ports. There are three USB-A ports and a single USB-C port.

The USB-C port on this power bank does not feature Power Delivery but it does have a 15W charging speed, so it’s close.

One of the main reasons to get this power bank is that it makes use of a Lightning input port, just like the other Aukey power bank in this guide. The other two input ports are the USB-C port, and there’s also a Micro-USB input port.

  • High power capacity to charge your iPhone and other devices to full power many times
  • Four output ports and three input ports for recharging
  • USB-A to USB-C cable

Specs of the Aukey 20,000mAh Power Bank with 4 Outputs and 3 Inputs:

Initial Capacity: 20,000mAh

Output Capacity: 15,000mAh

USB-A Port 1/2: 5V/3.0A

USB-A Port 3: 5V/2.4A

USB-C Port: 5V/3.0A

Micro-USB Input: 5V/2.0A

Lightning Input: 5V/1.5A

USB-C Input: 5V/3.0A

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