After several rumours of the upcoming Magsafe wireless power bank in the making at apple for its grand model iphone 12 its has been officially confirmed as the company which is one of the worlds popular accessory inventors and producers. Meanwhile Anker has beaten Apple to the punch with the launch of its suppose called PowerCore Magnetic 5K Wireless Power Bank.
This was initially showcased first at CES 2021, the PowerCore battery pack magnetically attaches to the back of any iPhone 12 model like a magnet and sends 5W of wireless charging to the device. The PowerCore is 5,000 mAh battery capacity, the battery pack is capable of charging any iPhone 12 model from mini up to pro from 0% to 100%, thus the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro from 0% to around 95%, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max from 0% to 75%, In line with Anker, the PowerCore battery pack itself recharges via USB-C.
Furthermore, the battery pack is compatible with the MagSafe system, it is not an official accessory though, hence charging is limited to 5W speed. Apple’s expected MagSafe battery pack would likely be able to charge an iPhone 12 model at an up speed of 15W, corresponding with the MagSafe Charger.
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Where to buy the Anker PowerCore wireless Powerbank
Currently, Amazon is issuing out the PowerCore Magnetic 5K Wireless Power Bank for $39.99, with orders placed now estimated for delivery in mid-April, you can order yours at amazon as at the moment. click here to buy from Amazon.
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Moreover, a contributor at MacRumors named Steve Moser recently made a discovery of a code-level showcase to a “battery pack” in the iOS 14.5 beta, this was again followed by a report from Bloomberg’s reporter Mark Gurman who claimed that Apple is working on a MagSafe battery pack for iPhone 12 models. The report says that the company has faced some critical setbacks with the development, Nevertheless, this may perhaps lead to its release been delayed or scrapped entirely.