Apple's MagSafe Battery pack for the iPhone 12 series was launched in July 2021 for $99. It's a portable battery pack that attaches to the back of the iPhone 12 models via magnets. The MagSafe Battery pack is available in white color and compatible with iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and/or iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Earlier this month, Apple began selling a brand new iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe. This accessory is a lot like the previous version of the leather wallet, except for one thing: Find My support. It's built right into the wallet, making it possible to track it with the Find My app and network.
Tomorrow, the iPhone 13 lineup goes on sale. And for those who pre-ordered in time, will start being delivered to doorsteps, too. But according to a new report, for the folks with an iPhone 13 Pro who plan on using their MagSafe Duo wireless charger, there may be an issue.
As is pretty typical for an Apple event, the people on stage have a tendency to bury some new product announcements in the shadow of the larger announcements. For example, this time around it's the unveiling of a brand new leather wallet option for the iPhone lineup, at leas those that support the MagSafe feature.
Apple may release an updated MagSafe charger alongside the iPhone 13 this fall, though It is unclear what improvements will be implemented for the revised magnetic charger.
Journey's premium MagSafe-compatible chargers for iPhone 12 pair a minimalist, thin design with a sturdy yet light aluminum construction that's swathed in luxurious leather. These gorgeous wireless chargers are engineered for use at your home or office and in your car.
Nomad, one of the most popular third-party accessory makers out there, has been busy lately. And the company isn't showing any signs of slowing down, either. Today, for example, they've got yet another MagSafe-compatible option for folks with supported devices.
Apple's MagSafe battery pack snaps magnetically onto the back of your iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max so it's there whenever you go, happy to top up your phone. The accessory has some pretty cool features, but is it really worth the asking price?
If you thought Apple's MagSafe feature was a fad, think again because there's a world of pretty innovative, cool accessories out there for your iPhone that you may be missing out on.
For some customers, different accessories are going to be far more important than others. Not talking about headphones or anything like that. But something like a case or screen protector. For some folks, buying a new phone just automatically means buying a specific type of accessory to go along with it, too.
MagSafe, which allows for accessories of all kinds to attach to the back of supported iPhone models, is a great feature. But as is the case for all accessory-focused features, it needs support beyond Apple's. Which is good news for external battery packs.
After weeks of beta testing, the day has finally arrived. The next update for iOS and iPadOS is now available to the public. Now, it's not quite the big update we're all waiting for -- iOS 15 doesn't arrive until this fall -- but it's certainly a noteworthy uptick in version number, at least.