Since Apple launched the iPhone 12, we have come to know several accessories within the MagSafe category. Now here is another one on the way to the market that consists of a magnetic battery from Apple that works almost like a PowerBank.
Apple is getting ready to give iPhones a magnetic battery!
Bloomberg came forward with this information and found that this battery is related to magnetic iPhone, carrying them without using any wires. However, unlike the accessories launched so far, this will not serve to protect the equipment in the event of a fall. The idea is just to provide energy. Interestingly, the evidence of this type of magnetic accessory had already appeared in the beta version of iOS 14.5. However, they were later removed.
Work on this new accessory has not started now. In fact, Apple has been developing this for a year. The launch should take place in the coming months. However, Bloomberg also claims that some prototypes have a white rubber exterior. However, it is not known whether this design will remain in the final product.
In fact, seeing things well, it is not entirely clear that this product will reach the market. Is that the information that circulates on the Internet reveals that there are problems with the software that thinks that the battery is overheating.
Apple is taking great care of all the equipment it is developing. This is to avoid having to cancel them later. I remember that this is exactly what happened in 2017. At that time Apple talked about a wireless charger that allowed to charge the Apple Watch, iPhone, and AirPods at the same time. However, due to engineering problems the product was eventually canceled.
So far the market already has several MagSafe accessories that include cases, wallets, and chargers, including the MagSafe Duo that can charge the iPhone and the Apple Watch at the same time.
Apple’s goal is to create an ecosystem in which devices can charge each other and with these accessories always around to help.
However, in addition to the iPhone, MagSafe technology is expected to reach other Apple products, including the Macbook Pro and Macbook Air.