Brilliant $28 iPhone XS battery case loses all the bulk when you don’t need to charge

iPhone XS Battery Case On Amazon

Apple’s iPhone XS is a terrific phone in so many ways, but there are a few things we’d like to see improved. Of course the biggest issue with any phone is battery life, and the same can be said of the XS. Battery life is the sort of thing you can never have enough of. While the iPhone XS can easily take you though a normal day of relatively light phone usage, there’s no way it can power through a very busy day. That’s where the UGREEN Battery Case Portable Charger comes in. It more than doubles the amount of time you can go between charges, and it’s only $ 28 right now on Amazon. The coolest thing about this particular case is that if uses wireless charging and a magnetic battery pack, so when you don’t need extra battery life you can remove the battery pack and just use the protective case part.

UGREEN Battery Case Portable Charger 3600mAh Compatible for iPhone Xs X: $ 27.88

Here’s more info from the product page:

  • 3600mAh Li-polymer rechargeable battery case effectively provide extra power to your iPhone XS, iphone X, double your iphone x battery life. Equivalent to add 16 hours phone call or 9.6 hours web browsing time.
  • 2 in 1 design, with phone case included, this UGREEN battery case can firmly attach the power bank to your iPhone X with powerful magnetic force, protecting your iPhone from scratches and also convenient for travelling.
  • With auto-sensing function, this battery charger case provides you instantly wireless charging without pressing a button. Recharge simply anywhere anytime. NOTE: To achieve auto-sensing function, please make sure you attach your iphone X to the included phone case.
  • 4-level LED indication clearly indicates you the charging status.The first light is 0-25% charging,the second light is 25-50%,the third light is 50-75%.
  • Worry-free warranty, UGREEN iphone x battery case is backed with 18 months manufaturer warranty and professional customer service support.

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Book ‘I’m A Brilliant Little Black Boy!’ Turns Into an Animated Series

In 2016, first-time author Joshua Drummond and his mom Betty K. Bynum co-wrote I’m A Brilliant Little Black Boy, an illustrated children’s book that aims to address the void in animated network programming targeted to African American children ages 6-11 years old. Now media heavyweight Reginald Hudlin of Hudlin Entertainment has commissioned the illustrated children’s book I’m A Brilliant Little Black Boy! for a new animation series entitled Brilliant Boys. “There are no animated series for our boys right now,” says Drummond. “It’s time to address that. I grew up seeing limited reflections of myself, especially in animation form. Today, there aren’t any animated series starring ordinary black boys just being cool and doing fun things. It’s my intention to help remedy that with Brilliant Boys!

With praise from ESPN’s The Undefeated and the Steve Harvey Show, the book garnered support from Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, as well as Academy Award-nominated filmmaker John Singleton—all of whom provided quotes for the book’s cover. To turn the book’s message into a movement, the book included a viral video featuring appearances by actor Vin Diesel, Michael Ealy, Blair Underwood, and Omari Hardwick to name a few.

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In the midst of Hudlin fielding network interest for the vibrant series, we caught up with Drummond to learn more about his commitment to positive representation for black boys as well as how he landed A-list celebrity support.

After noticing the scarcity of books with positive messages available for young black boys, how long did it take you to turn your ideas into a book series?

This book series process took over a year. I wrote during my spare time after school hours for college. I had to make sacrifices. I had to replace partying with friends with staying indoors and writing as well as balancing class and studying schedule so I was able to complete the writing in two months’ time. My family company, Dreamtitle Publishing contacted illustrator Brian McGee and he was all aboard for the illustrations.

The creative phase was the easy part, while the business phase was a learning experience for me. It’s a three-tier process: developing, creating, and marketing. And it’s a lot to each step. I was thankful to have a creative and business-savvy mom, Betty K. Bynum, to mentor me through the process.

How did you gain support from A-list celebrities such as Denzel Washington?

Celebrities in the industry who have an entrepreneurial mindset really understood the purpose of my book I’m a Brilliant Little Black Boy! They felt the message of the book and gravitated toward it. Being born into black Hollywood was a blessing that comes with many perks. Long before I was a writer, my father, Warren Drummond, brought me over to John Singleton’s house to hang out with him and his son. Our families always had a genuine bond, so John was all for it when he heard about the book series. I met Denzel Washington and Samuel L. Jackson during my childhood on projects my parents worked with them on. I always looked up to them as hardworking black actors. My dad mentioned the book to Denzel while working together on Fences, and he and his wife Pauletta gave us support!  I mean, that’s like getting Barack AND Michelle!

You wrote the show bible for Brilliant Boys! along with the 13-episode summaries in tandem with your dad—celebrated film & TV storyboard artist Warren Drummond. What key messages would you like young boys to take away from your book as well as the animated series? 

First, giving credit to my mom, Betty as a producer on this project for having the initial original idea and pushing us forward to create a series based on this book—a lot of inspiration came from Reginald Hudlin’s past and current works. Bebe’s Kids was a well-written and produced show and the same goes for the Proud FamilyThe Boondocks is probably one of my favorite animations of all time, and his work on the Black Panther graphic novel series is some pretty epic stuff. My children’s book focused on one character and his friends were his “boys” for the most part. So the goal now for the Brilliant Boys animation is to focus on a whole group of fun kids with a bit of parental-shouldering in a format similar to those works I just mentioned. Many black children out there come from single-parent households, no parents, and many other frustrating circumstances. I want this show to be fun for them as something they can turn on to see themselves in a fun positive way doing things that they may be thinking of doing or things they can get inspired to do, or just seeing kids that look like them and their friends or family. But still providing simple and clear stories kids can relate to. Just some real fun with jokes and stories—and I learned that from Reggie Hudlin!

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