The iPhone 12 charging will usher in a major improvement in support for magnetically absorbent MagSafe.

If you’re old fruit powder, you’re no stranger to MagSafe, and the latest news suggests Apple will support it on the iPhone 12. Apple is to launch a MagSafe charger that supports magnetic suction connections for the iPhone 12, according to a newmedia source, and magSafe is clearly an unforgettable feature for users who have used Apple’s MacBook laptop in the early years.

The leak exposed a new iPhone case with MagSafe, as well as two official wireless chargers, MagSafe Charger and MagSafe Duo Charger, speculating that it might support a 15W power output.

The iPhone 12 charging will usher in a major improvement in support for magnetically absorbent MagSafe.

The leak also suggests that the iPhone 12 may have a special design for magnetic positioning so that the phone can be more easily aligned to the location on the charging pad.

Another big question about the iPhone 12 is whether it supports reverse wireless charging for other gadgets, such as AirPods, and according to previous reports, Apple will not come standard with chargers and wired headphones for the iPhone 12 this year to cut costs.

As always, many details about the iPhone 12 (released at 1 a.m. Beijing time on October 14) have come to light, and I don’t know what other surprises Apple will bring.

The iPhone 12 charging will usher in a major improvement in support for magnetically absorbent MagSafe.