Apple today released the MagSafe Battery Pack for the iPhone 12 series. Although we are still waiting for details and convenient time, are you planning to buy Apple’s own solution to give extra juice to your phone throughout the day?
For previous iPhone releases, almost every time Apple unveiled a Smart Battery Case at one point, which as the name suggests, was a silicon case with a bump where the battery was attached. Smart Battery Case was featured in a few different colors, offered wireless and wired charging, and costing up to $ 129.
When Apple unveiled the iPhone 12, people were eager to imagine what Apple would do with its Smart Battery Case series. 9to5Macs Parker Ortolani created a concept for what Apple could do.
After months without announcing the accessory, Apple finally released the MagSafe battery pack with important differences from the old Smart Battery case.
For example, the MagSafe battery pack comes in only one size, but fits all iPhone 1
The MagSafe battery pack attaches magnetically to the back of the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, providing extra hours of battery life. The package itself is charged with a Lightning Cable, and it can charge through the connected iPhone at the same time. Apple recommends using a 20-watt USB-C charger for the fastest charging times.
For $ 99, this product is perfect for those who want an Apple solution to give extra juice to their iPhone 12. It’s probably a great solution for a not so good battery in the iPhone 12 Mini as well.
It’s important to note that the MagSafe battery pack is only available in white, and like all white silicon Apple products, it usually gets dirty and yellow over time.
At that time, it is unclear whether the company will announce a different color choice or whether it will fit the new iPhone 13, which is set to be released in a couple of months from now.
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