Apple brought back the MagSafe with the iPhone 12 series last year. It then launched MagSafe Duo that charges iPhone and Apple Watch simultaneously. The company is also expected to bring this tech to the Macbooks soon. Now, a report by Bloomberg says that Apple is working on a MagSafe Battery pack.
According to the report, Apple is working on a battery pack that can be magnetically attached to the iPhone externally. For the unware, MagSafe is a proprietary standard that Apple uses on chargers to juice up the iPhones wirelessly through a magnetically-attached accessory.
These connectors have also paved the way for other accessories like MagSafe Leather sleeves with attachable wallets. Anyway, the Battery Pack has reportedly been in the works for at least a year which poses doubts on our minds if it will indeed launch.
That said, the reason for the delay seems to be caused by software issues, compatibility & usability when using a case, and more. Speaking of which, this Battery pack wouldn’t serve as a protective case but essentially provide the extra juice for the device.
There are chances that the exterior of the Battery pack could have Leather textures for extra durability. Apple’s MagSafe has had its fair share of issues and there are instances where it could even hinder implanted pacemakers of patients.
Anyway, evidence for the ‘Battery Pack’ have also been foundiPhone 12 Mini with a teeny-tiny battery.
Apart from the already selling MagSafe accessories, the Cupertino giant is also expected to add in-car attachments to the tally of the MagSafe products. Meanwhile, Apple is reportedly holding an event next month, i.e., March 16 to launch products like AirTags, iPad Pro 2021.
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