The company today published a new support article on the MagSafe charger that includes recommendations on how to properly use the new accessories. First, Apple makes it clear that the MagSafe charger doesn’t require a 20W USB-C adapter. MagSafe works with a power adapter of at least 12 W, but then does not deliver full power to the phone.
Using a power adapter with less than 20 W results in slower charging times. It’s worth noting that inductive charging provides less power to the device than the power adapter. Therefore, users who want to charge their iPhone at 15W with MagSafe will need to purchase a 20W USB-C adapter.
Apple instructs iPhone 12 users to remove everything between the phone and the MagSafe charger, such as: B. credit cards, passports or anything that contains magnetic strips or RFID chips. The company also clarifies that the MagSafe charger won’t work with the new iPhone leather wallet. So, you also need to take it off before charging the iPhone.
There is also a subtle notice in the same support article that warns users before using the MagSafe charger with cases. According to Apple, the MagSafe charger can leave circular marks on leather cases, but this can extend to other cases as well. MacRumors reported that some users have already noticed the MagSafe printing on their silicone cases.
Here are all of Apple’s recommendations for the MagSafe charger:
- Do not place credit cards, ID cards, passports or key fobs between your iPhone and the MagSafe charger, as this can damage magnetic strips or RFID chips in these items. If you have a case with these delicate items in, remove them before charging, or make sure they are not between the back of your device and the charger.
- As with other wireless chargers, your iPhone or MagSafe charger may get a little warmer while your iPhone is charging. In order to extend the life of your battery, the charging process can be limited by software to over 80 percent if the battery gets too warm. Your iPhone or MagSafe charger may get warmer and may take longer to charge after heavy use. Your iPhone will recharge when the temperature drops. Try moving your iPhone and charger to a cooler place.
- Your iPhone will not charge wirelessly if it is connected to power via the Lightning connector at the same time. Instead, your iPhone will be charged through the Lightning connector.
- Learn how to clean your MagSafe charger.
- If you keep your iPhone in a leather case while it is charging with your MagSafe charger, the case may show circular prints of the contact.
The MagSafe charger is priced at Apple $ 39. The 20W USB-C power adapter is sold separately for $ 19.
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