IPhone 12, in conjunction with Apple Updated MagSafe branding New magnetic parts for iPhone. The MagSafe line includes the initial accessories cases, a leather wallet and a MagSafe charger, but a New concept today from Parker Ordolini Imagine how MagSafe could be used for external power.
Apple has introduced smart battery cases for the last several iPhone generations. The smart battery case design is mostly identical, with a hump design on the back and a physical connection to the iPhone’s lightning port.
Parker’s concept for the iPhone 12 Maxoff battery is to imagine a battery pack that can be magnetically attached to the back of your iPhone or the back of your iPhone case. Basically, it provides a modular approach to an iPhone 12 battery case, which allows you to keep a case on your device, but select and select when the actual battery is connected.
“Get extra power by snapping the Maxoff battery on the back of your iPhone 12,” the concept explains. Also, the Lightning port may be completely free because the iPhone 12 can be charged by the battery on a Maxoff buck.
Maxoff components provide wireless charging power of up to 15W for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. This is not faster than the 20W charging that can be achieved by charging a USB-C cable with lightning fast, but it is twice as fast as a normal 7.5W Qi charging. The The iPhone 12 Mini can be charged At 12W with MagSafe.
Regarding the concerns about the magnetic strength of Maxoff technology, Parker says:
If the battery-built Apple magnet is stronger than a wallet or charger, this will be enough to attach to your iPhone.
What do you think of this idea? How do you think Apple can use Maxoff technology to move forward in new ways? Let us know in the comments!
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