Apple warns iPhone 12 users of 3 problems with the wireless...

Apple warns iPhone 12 users of 3 problems with the wireless...
Apple warns iPhone 12 users of 3 problems with the wireless...

Apple has released new guidance on chargers MagSafe For iPhone 12, as new chargers – which Apple unveiled earlier this month at its annual event – are attached magnetically to the back of the phones. iPhone 12 The new, and the goal since that is to make the wireless charging process more smooth, so in the past, devices had to be placed on a wireless charging pad or stand in exactly the right position until they were charged, but with MagSafeMagnet will ensure that your device is always in the right place.

According to the “Business Insider” website, Apple recently published a page on its support site about the best way to use the new charger, which includes cleaning the charging plate from objects or debris and using a 20-watt or larger power adapter for faster charging, but Apple also warned of some problems. That users may encounter with a chargerMagSafeWhich can be identified as follows:

1. The charger or phone may become very warm:

Apple warned in its support page that it is a charger MagSafe It may become very warm while charging your phone, which may cause the phone to stop charging above 80%, and the charging will resume after the phone or charger cools down, and Apple recommends moving the phone and charger to a cooler place..

Heat while charging is common with wireless chargers and is probably not something to worry about, he noted Adrian Kingsley-Hughes M ZDNet Even when your phone becomes warm while charging, it is still within the normal temperatures of the smartphone and it is unlikely that the device will damage, especially considering that the phone will stop charging temporarily to preserve the health of the battery..

If you’re concerned about the heat, make sure the charging pad is on a solid surface and not in direct sunlight, according to ZDNet.

2. Credit cards can be damaged if you get between your phone and the charger:

Chargers depend MagSafe On the magnet to connect the charger to the back of your device, and while this is useful for wireless charging, it may cause damage to other things and devices..

Apple warns against placing credit cards, security badges, passports, or keys between your phone and the charger, because this may damage the magnetic strips in the cards, as the magnets have the ability to erase the information stored on your credit card, and Apple says that it may also reduce the performance of the elements that Contain chips RFID.

Wireless chargers rely on something called magnetic induction, so the same goes for any wireless charger, not just a version MagSafe The new from Apple, but the reason it’s so important to be aware of this is because of the accessories MagSafe New from Apple Especially the leather wallet that attaches to the back of iPhone 12 New, if you choose to use the new wallet, be sure to remove it before you wirelessly charge your device.

3. The charger may damage your iPhone case:

Will charger MagSafe The new file will charge your phone while placing the case, unless you are using a metal or particularly thick case or leather case, it may also be better to remove it before charging, as at the bottom of its support page, Apple warns that the charger may leave circular imprints on the case. After removing it from the charger.

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