Power banks come in all shapes and sizes, but most of them have various types of USB ports. Belkin has just announced the launch of its Boost Charge power bank that is Apple-certified and comes with a Lightning input port. This means that you only need one cable to charge the 10,000 mAh power bank and your iPhone, instead of two.
Since the device is targeted at Apple users, Belkin lists 23 compatible iDevices, but we assure you that any smartphone can be charged with the power bank, provided you have the appropriate USB cable.
Available in either Black or White, the Boost Charge has measurements of 154.5 x 71 x 17 mm. It has two USB ports for charging two devices simultaneously and with its 10,000 mAh capacity can top up an iPhone X battery almost four times.
The price is $59.99 and is available in the US for pre-order.
you do realize that xiaomi actually was one of the first big brands to produce quality powerbanks? and as of today is leading the market with it's 45watt ZMI QB820 powerbank that is capable both QC3.0 and USB-PD 45W in a single device?
Xiomi just copy paste others R&D, so selling cheap just fine