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iPhone 12: How does the MagSafe charger work? (video)

Apple introduced the iPhone 12 last Tuesday. And one of the great news released was the MagSafe charger, which promises to revolutionize wireless charging as we know it.

This new charger has the particularity that it works in a magnetic way, correcting one of the failures of wireless charging. As soon as you touch your iPhone there (with or without MagSafe cover), it magnetically adapts to the ideal charging position.

The new charger has already started to reach the first buyers, as is the case with our podcast companion, Daniel Pinto. And if you want to see how it works, you can know everything in the video below published by him on the Youtube channel, which we advise you to follow if you are an Apple lover.

This new charger will allow you to wirelessly charge the new iPhone 12 with 15W. However, this will also allow charging any smartphone with wireless charging (Qi standard), including all iPhone that have this technology (from iPhone 8).

As you can see in the video, this is a very thin charger made of rubber and aluminum. The output port is USB-C, as you would expect. And this could mean the beginning of the end of the doors on an upcoming iPhone.

For now, it may be interesting (if the magnetism is really strong), to use the smartphone while it charges wirelessly. And that ends up with what was the biggest complaint of this kind of technology.

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