Newly Support document Marked by Macroomers, Apple has quietly warned consumers that there are some significant pitfalls to its innovative new MagSafe wireless charging system, which extends beyond concerns Its weak magnets.
In the range of bullet points at the end of the document, Apple’s Magazine’s warning buyers of iPhone 12 series phones:
- If your iPhone’s battery is “too warm”, say that charging is limited to 80% capacity, increase the heat and limit charging.
- Magnetic strips and RFID chips on credit cards, security badges, passports and key fobs can damage the back of your iPhone and between the MagSafe charger. Apple a Mag Safe Wallet, So be very careful.
- Damages leather cases used with chargers by leaving “circular seals”. There is a similar damage to silicon cases Also reported A few days later, questions should also be asked as to what this does to the glassbacks of the case-less iPhone 12 models over time.
The most obvious fear of accidentally wiping out your credit cards is that the last point (which Apple writes in small gray at the end of the support document) seems to be pressed evenly.
Replacing the damaged iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro rear windows will cost 9,449 (up to $ 50 on the iPhone 11) and 99,549, respectively. Yes you can buy Apple’s AppleCarePlus insurance policy (iPhone 12 – $ 7.99pm / $ 149 upfront; from $ 50.
And the costs continue to rise from here. The same support document says “Your iPhone will charge less quickly [with MagSafe] When using a power adapter that delivers less than 20W ”. Apple never sold the 20W charger with the previous iPhone and the chargers are now removed (Ear pods). So it will be Another $ 20.
Yes, there is a lot to like about MagSafe and as third party tools grow, its potential will be huge. Apple’s warnings around it are important and no one yet knows whether to upgrade to the iPhone 12 model, the second generation Magsafe may want to see if it launches with the iPhone 13 next year.
And, what Apple has About iPhone 13 has already been confirmed, Which is a very wise move.
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