And now according to a report by 9to5Mac, a new MagSafe charger under the codename A2548 has been certified by the FCC. For those unaware, the current generation MagSafe charger is codenamed A2140.
The post says that Apple is known to update the model numbers of devices due to subtle changes, and sometimes these changes are hard to notice.
However, a report released in July indicated that the iPhone 13 range may come with a larger wireless charging base and strong magnets with possible support for reverse wireless charging.
Thus, there is a possibility that the new MagSafe charger is designed for the changes that will appear in the upcoming iPhones.
The FCC listing confirms that the new MagSafe charger will be compatible with both the iPhone 12 series and the upcoming iPhone 13 series.
As mentioned earlier, Apple will likely launch the iPhone 13, iPhone Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max by the end of September. The new versions are expected to cost more due to the ongoing global shortage of semiconductors.
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