Apple introduces MagSafe battery for iPhone 12
Apple introduces MagSafe battery for iPhone 12

Apple has released a MagSafe battery for its iPhone 12 series, a magnetic battery at $99. You can order it now on the company's website.

Apple has already released iPhone battery cases, but thanks to the built-in magnets, the new packaging can be attached to iPhone 12 phones.

This battery is suitable for four iPhone 12 series phones: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Although the iPhone 11 battery case has a camera shortcut button, this means that the accessory is just an add-on, but it does not provide you with any function other than giving you additional power.

But if it works as a MagSafe wireless charger, you can also use the bundle to charge AirPods or other Qi wireless chargers.

Apple said the kit can charge up to 5W, so it's not the fastest way to charge your phone.

The MagSafe Battery isn't the first battery to use Apple's new magnet system to connect a portable power bank for the iPhone 12. Anker has a 5,000mAh battery and 5W slow charging and is $45.99. But it's the first Apple product that can charge up to 15 watts when plugged into a power source.

On the support side, the company also said that the battery requires iOS 14.7, which is an unprecedented software update.

Apple launches MagSafe battery

Since Apple's website first mentioned that the battery will ship on July 22nd, it appears that this update will be coming soon to support it.

Apple also offers a wallet that can be attached magnetically to the back of the phone.

When you need to charge your iPhone battery and MagSafe, you can charge them at the same time. Connect the MagSafe battery to your iPhone, then connect the battery to the power adapter. With a power adapter of 20W or more, the MagSafe kit can charge your iPhone with up to 15W charging power.

If you connect a MagSafe battery to your iPhone and then connect your iPhone to a power source, you can charge both at the same time. If you need to connect your iPhone to another device while charging (such as using wired CarPlay or transferring photos to your Mac), you may want to charge it this way.

When charging iPhone and MagSafe batteries together. Before charging the MagSafe battery, the iPhone may be charged to 80% or more.

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