When Apple unveiled the iPhone 12 series, one of the standout features that made a comeback was MagSafe charging. This wireless charging technology was discovered in the 2012 version of the MacBooks, and Apple perfected it and brought it to the iPhones. As with every major Apple invention, the unveiling of MagSafe sent a ripple through the market, and peripheral companies went busy developing a slew of peripherals that utilized this technology and provided users with excellent third-party alternatives. Belkin was one such peripheral manufacturer, and the 3-in-1 Boost Charge Pro lived up to its reputation. We obtained the Belkin 3-in-1 Boost Charge Pro and decided to give it a swing. Of course, the latest iPhones include MagSafe, indicating that this device is still important in terms of technology, but when it comes to a product, there are a few other factors to consider.
In this post, we’ll go through the Belkin 3-in-1 Boost Charge Pro and help you determine whether it’s the charging accessory for you, and more importantly, whether it justifies the 549 AED price tag. Let’s get started without further ado.
Design and Build
The Boost Charge Pro MagSafe is comparable in appearance to other Belkin 3-in-1 chargers on the market. The Boost Charge Pro MagSafe features a circular base with an angled chrome-colored t-shaped arm extending from the top of it that holds a MagSafe charger on one side and an Apple Watch charging puck on the other. It’s made of a white plastic substance that’s coated with a softer silicone.