Associate the USB-C connector on your MagSafe Charger to a suggested 20 watt (W) or more prominent Apple USB-C force connector or viable outsider USB-C connector. You can likewise interface with a USB-C port on a Mac or PC.

The MagSafe Charger is intended to rapidly and securely charge your iPhone 12 remotely. The framework adjusts astutely to conditions to streamline energizing iPhone 12 at to 15 W of pinnacle power conveyance for quicker remote charging.

The real force conveyed to the iPhone will change contingent upon the wattage of the force connector and framework conditions. For iPhone 12 smaller than normal, the MagSafe Charger conveys up to 12 W of pinnacle power conveyance.

It's essential to plug into a force source prior to putting your iPhone on the MagSafe Charger. This permits MagSafe to check that it's protected to convey greatest force. In the event that you end up putting your iPhone on the MagSafe Charger prior to connecting to a force source

The MagSafe Charger is intended to arrange the maximum. power up to 9 volts (V) and 3 amps (A) with a USB PD-viable force connector. MagSafe will upgrade power conveyed to the iPhone progressively. The force conveyed to the iPhone 12 at any second will change contingent upon different components, including temperature and framework action.

  • USB-C connector. USB-A is not supported

  • 9 V/2.22 A or 9 V/2.56 A and higher

  • iPhone 12 mini can get up to 12 W for faster wireless charging with at least 9 V/2.03 A

  • Higher wattage adapters at or above 9 V/2.56 A will also deliver a maximum of up to 15 W peak power to iPhone 12*

When Lightning accessories such as headphones are connected, charging is limited to 7.5 W to comply with regulatory standards.

* The MagSafe Charger will also function with power adapters that provide a minimum 12 W (5 V/2.4 A) of power, but this will result in slower charging.

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