- Apple has issued new guidance about its MagSafe chargers for the iPhone 12.
- In a page on Apple’s support site, it provides instructions for getting the best charge, including clearing the charging pad of debris and using a 20 W or greater power adapter for the fastest charging.
- But it also warns of three potential issues: that your iPhone or the charger could get too hot; that placing credit cards or items with RFID chips in between your phone and the charger could damage them; and that the charger could leave circular marks on leather iPhone cases.
- The charger may also damage Apple’s silicone cases: a photo shared with MacRumors shows faint but clearly visible circular marks on the case.
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Apple has issued new guidance about its MagSafe chargers for the iPhone 12.
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