MagSafe Battery Pack was launched earlier this month by Apple for its iPhone 12 collection. A teardown of this wi-fi on-the-go battery charger reveals the battery capability and different particulars. The MagSafe Battery Pack has two similar batteries built-in inside and every are labelled as 5.733Wh. In complete, the MagSage Battery Pack has a capability of 1,460mAh and the voltage is at 7.62V. The teardown additionally gives intensive particulars in regards to the circuits contained in the battery pack, together with warmth dissipation and different particulars.
The newest teardown has been printed by ChargerLAB on YouTube. Within the video, the MagSafe Battery Pack from Apple is totally dismantled to indicate its viewers the internals and the battery capability. The duvet itself has two copper coils, with one that’s related to an NFC chip. As soon as the PCB module is eliminated, two batteries of similar sizes are revealed. The whole capability of 1,460mAh is sort of much less for a battery pack, particularly when in comparison with different third-party battery packs on the market.
A steel warmth sink and a copper foil are connected to the shell for higher warmth dissipation. ChargerLAB goes on to element all of the circuits and silicon on the PCB module. You may watch the complete video under:
Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack carries a price ticket of Rs. 10,900 in India ($99 within the US). It’s at present out there for orders within the US. The Apple India on-line retailer has additionally listed the battery pack, however supply is listed to be ‘at present unavailable.’
The MagSafe Battery Pack is suitable with iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Professional, and iPhone 12 Professional Max. As soon as the battery pack is connected on the again, it begins charging the iPhone routinely, with none want for urgent a button. The MagSafe Battery Pack might be charged whereas connected to the iPhone with a Lightning cable.