Although the single MagSafe Charger can provide wireless charging up to 15 watts, Apple now says that the MagSafe Duo cannot reach that rate, and is instead limited to either 11W or at most 14W, depending on the power adapter used.
Shopppers looking for the best Apple bargains can pick up a 2020 iPad for $299 or an iPod touch for as low as $149.99. Time is also running out to lock in a 20% discount on Grovemade's premium MagSafe charging stand for the new iPhone 12.
The previously announced iPhone MagSafe leather sleeve with a cutout to show the time, plus the MagSafe Duo Charger for iPhone 12 and Apple Watch, are now listed on the Apple Store online for $129 each, and are "coming soon."
If you want to charge your iPhone 12 using MagSafe, Apple recommends using certain 20W AC adapters — and they don't need to come from Apple, despite what you may have heard. We explain what the requirements are, and why an older 18W adapter just won't cut it.
How iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro pre-order experiences, and delivery dates, have varied widely — plus more on MagSafe cases, 5G network updates, and a farewell to Quibi on the latest episode of the AppleInsider Podcast.