It is clear that MagSafe is much more advanced than charging our iPhone 12. The presence of a magnetic system on the iPhone combined with a wireless charging coil allows us to grow upload and repair programs. Today a few ideas posted on Twitter invite us to consider other opportunities.
MagSafe is more than a charger, it’s standard
As we have seen, Apple has completely launched the MagSafe system so that third-party manufacturers can create compatible accessories. We’ve seen that, for example, Belkin works on a car charger where we simply “attach” the iPhone. That is true these systems already work when we use a particular cover, but now they will do it in a high-quality way
Another example is the Moment program, namely introduced an entire line of accessories, from lighting to microphones to tripods, all in line with MagSafe. And this is just the beginning.
On their Twitter accounts Parker Ortolani Y 9TechEleven They have published a few ideas for what MagSafe compatible PowerPack looks like. Both pose poses is a very similar accessory to the Apple card manager that sells, but in terms of battery life. The system for which we can connect a backup battery uses device magnets and without having a cover or not.
Apple has not yet introduced the SmartBattery case for the iPhone 12. We will have to take into account that this case, once introduced, will use the MagSafe connection for charging or the Lightning port
It is clear that MagSafe can offer a lot of play. Surprisingly, Apple added, for example, an NFC chip. It is currently being used so that the iPhone can charge the charger for the amount of power it needs and avoid burning the battery during charging. For now, however, There are many uses for such a chip
Everything seems to show you that MagSafe is designed to replace the Lightning port in future versions of the iPhone. The fact is that, little by little, almost secretly, Apple has prepared the ground for this change. From installing a U1 chip that allows data transfer, to the AirDrop system, it’s easy to think of a MagSafe system that can backup local to our Mac without backing our iPhone to it.
In the meantime we will have to wait and see how service providers react to the arrival of MagSafe, but from the first indications it seems that the answer will be yes. The iPhone accessibility system is very powerful and has many options, ultimately benefiting all users.