Apple's cautioned customers in a new support document on its website that the soft covering of its MagSafe Duo charger might experience normal wear and show wrinkles over time.
Apple has now confirmed that its discontinued 29W USB-C power adapter is not compatible with the new MagSafe Duo charger.
Ever since Apple unveiled its tiny, travel-friendly MagSafe Duo wireless charger, it's been a waiting game for the accessory to actually launch. But the wait is finally over.
Having recently earned an FCC clearance, Apple’s travel-friendly MagSafe Duo wireless charger is now available to pre-order from an authorized Apple reseller in Switzerland. Digitec Galaxus is now taking orders for the device with a ship date of December 21-29, AppleInsider reports.
Apple has quietly refreshed its MagSafe Duo page to note the fact that wireless charging at the product's maximum speed isn't possible without spending extra cash.
We already know that Apple's new, travel-friendly wireless charger, the MagSafe Duo, is "coming soon". But, ahead of that, it has to pick up federal clearance.
With the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max and the MagSafe Duo charger now on sale, and Apple's Leather Sleeve for the entire iPhone 12 range now available as well, we thought you might like to learn about first impressions from your favorite YouTube creators, reviewers and media outlets so we've put together a little video review roundup.
We've known about the MagSafe Duo wireless charger for a bit of time now. But it wasn't until today that we found out the accessory will launch "soon".
As the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max and HomePod mini went on sale earlier this morning, Apple's online store revealed that the MagSafe Duo charger and Apple's first-party leather sleeve for the latest phones are coming soon, priced at $129 each. The Cupertino technology giant previously stated that both accessories would be coming "at a later stage" so this change in wording might imply that a launch could be imminent.
Apple's upcoming MagSafe Duo charger has been approved by South Korea's National Radio Research Agency (NRRA), indicating that a launch may be imminent.