News & Reviews: MagSafe
Last Updated: Mar 03, 2021
It seems that a patent posted on patentlyapple.com seems to hint that Apple’s upcoming iPhone could come equipped with the MagSafe Charging port, which could replace Lightning Ports located at the bottom of most current generation iPhones. While not much is known in regards to which smartphones will come equipped with the MagSafe Charging port, it does give us a better idea of what to expect when it is officially launched in the near future.
Last Updated: Mar 02, 2021
Some consumers have been wanting universal iPhone components, such as the USB-C connector. But that may not be happening in the near future. Sources claim that Apple would not equip a USB-C or integrated Touch ID button for its iPhones anytime soon.
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2021
If there's a technology that Apple has been experimenting a lot with, it would have to be MagSafe. The company has been looking to add the tech into products like its MacBook Pro laptops, as well as related accessories for iPhones. Now, there's rumour of a power bank too.
Last Updated: Jan 16, 2021
The year may have just started, but people are already speculating about this year's MacBook Pro models. Last year, it was rumoured Apple would launch new models this year with a mini-LED display. Now, there's a report suggesting that the new models will also have faster-charging speed via MagSafe.
Last Updated: Jan 13, 2021
Sadly, the latest Apple iPhone 12 series doesn't have the reverse wireless charging function despite equipped with a mechanism that supports it. Given that most users might also be using the other Apple accessories like the Apple Watch or AirPods these days, we think they would be glad if the iPhones can provide battery life to those mentioned products. With that said, the company has patented a few iPhone case designs with charging the AirPods as the central idea.
Last Updated: Jan 06, 2021
Ever since the introduction of the MagSafe, many tech experts are predicting that Apple is secretly heading towards a future of a portless device. On top of that, there is a new patent that has been filed by the company on researching a new integration of multiple inductive charging coils on Macbooks and iPads.
Last Updated: Nov 18, 2020
Based on a statement by Mark Gurman, it seems that Apple’s MagSafe Duo Charger is able to achieve up to 14W per device while requiring a separate 27W USB-C power adapter that’s sold separately. Not only that, but if you were to hook up a 20W USB-C power adapter to the Apple MagSafe Duo Charge, it's able to achieve charging speeds of up to 11W.
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2020
Planning to get a MagSafe Duo Charger to go with your new iPhone 12? If that's the case, you can check out the new leak to get an idea of how it looks and works. Specifically, there's a new leaked hands-on video that shows what's allegedly the new wireless charging accessory from Apple.
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2020
The rumour of Apple bringing reverse wireless charging technology to the iPhones has been existing for a long while. Now, it is reported that the company might have sneakily inserted the technology into the latest iPhone 12 series and disabled its function.