Last year, with iPhone 12’s release, Apple ditched the Lightning connector. Though we were expecting a USB Type-C connector, the company gave us Qi wireless charging with magnets to create MagSafe.
According to market researchers, this new development led to the hype in iPhone accessories. This hype in demand and supply further helped the company to create a MagSafe product – MagSafe Battery Pack.
Thie MagSafe Battery Pack comes in white and magnetically attach to the back of your iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, or iPhone 12 Mini. This product has its own Lightning connector.
In a blog post, Apple writes:
Your MagSafe Battery Pack will magnetically attach to the back of your iPhone. To remove the MagSafe Battery Pack, gently pull it off the back of your device.
When charging on the go, your MagSafe Battery Pack can charge your iPhone with up to 5W of power. If connected to a 20W or higher power source, it can charge with up to 15W of power.
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