Along with the launch of the iPhone 12 series, Apple also announced the return of its “MagSafe” brand, which uses an embedded magnetic suction design that can be fixed to the back of the iPhone for wireless charging. Before the iPhone 12 series was delivered on Friday, the MagSafe charger ordered by foreign media macrumors had arrived with a detailed out of the box experience. < p > < p > MagSafe is not a new term for Apple fans. It has been used in MacBook product lines to provide magnetic charging for them. MagSafe, on the iPhone 12 series, also retains its magnetic properties, only changing from a wired connection to a wireless charging. < / P > < p > the MagSafe charger looks like an apple watch charging device, with a circular design and a cord at one end that can be plugged into the power adapter. The charger is designed to stick to the magnet ring built into the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro for perfect alignment without any trouble. < / P > < p > however, the charging head is not included in the package, only a usb-c cable is provided, so users need to purchase a usb-c charging head separately. At present, apple officially recommends a 20W usb-c charger for $19. The wires to the MagSafe charger are not detachable, the charger itself is made of aluminum, but the front middle section has a rubber like grip. < / P > < p > Apple’s MagSafe charger is aligned with the internal charging coil of the iPhone 12, providing up to 15W of power. That’s twice as fast as you can get with a 7.5W Qi wireless charger, which makes this wireless charging option even more attractive. < / P > < p > is the new MagSafe charger suitable for the old iPhone? The answer is yes. It’s compatible with all iPhone models that support wireless charging, including iPhone 8 and later. When used with the iPhone 12, the charger is stuck on the back of the device and appears to be a powerful magnetic connection, but the old iPhone does not have the same magnetic ring, so its MagSafe charger cannot be connected in the same way. < / P > < p > although the iPhone 12 can be charged at 15W with MagSafe charger, it is not clear how fast it charges the old iPhone, so there may be some speed restrictions when using non iPhone 12 models. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days

By ibmwl