Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack for the iPhone 12 lineup may sound intriguing, but ever wonder what’s inside? Charger Lab’s teardown shows us exactly that, and apparently, it has a dual-cell battery design, with each one rated at 3.82 volts. There’s also a large coil for detecting the distance between the iPhone’s magnets and the battery, while another one is used as an NFC antenna. Read more for the teardown and a bonus video review.
The NFC antenna activates the battery pack by letting iOS know that a battery accessory is connected, promptly triggering the charging animation on your iPhone. There are also metal heat shielding that doubles as a heat dissipator. Since the overall voltage of the battery pack is 7.62 volts, it should supply more than the advertised 1,460mAh capacity.
- Attaching the MagSafe Battery Pack is a snap. Its compact, intuitive design makes on-the-go charging easy. The perfectly aligned magnets keep it...
- And it automatically charges, so there’s no need to turn it on or off. There’s no interference with your credit cards or key fobs either.
- At your desk and need a charge. Just plug a Lightning cable into the MagSafe Battery Pack for up to 15W of wireless charging. Short on time - With a...
Bonus Video Review