Ansix Designs Launches Aluminum MagSafe Wallet for iPhone 12

· Andrew Orr · Cool Stuff Found

Fantom c magsafe wallet

Ansix Designs has launched the Fantom C wallet on Kickstarter. It’s a MagSafe wallet designed for the iPhone 12 with an aluminum body and ceramic coated carbon fiber finish. It’s a thick wallet at 8mm; while the iPhone 12 is 7.4mm. But if you’re looking for a rugged wallet to hold your cards, maybe this is right for you. It has RFID/NFC protection and can hold 3-5 cards. There are two price tiers: an early bird special (right now there six left) for CA$89 that ships in May, and the regular tier for CA$95 that ships in June.

New Apple MagSafe Duo Charger Now Available

· Charlotte Henry · Product News

MagSafe Duo

Apple’s MagSafe Duo charger is now available and a cost of $129, and there is also a monthly payment option.

The MagSafe Song - Now Available on Apple Music

· Charlotte Henry · Cool Stuff Found

Last month, YouTuber Jonathan & Friends posted a song made out of the MagSafe sound. The track is now available on Apple Music and Spotify. It’s rather clever and far catchier than it should be (warning though – there’s some swearing).

FCC Approves Apple’s MagSafe Duo Charger

· Andrew Orr · Product News

MagSafe duo iPhone 12 Apple Watch

The FCC has approved Apple’s new MagSafe Duo charger, and it’s likely we’ll see it released by the end of the year.

Apple's Vision and Values Paying Off

· John Martellaro · Particle Debris

Apple Event Videos Are Breathtaking Game Changers

Apple’s vision and values are paying off in many ways. This week, John looks at how that’s happening.

MagSafe Fast Charging Won’t Damage Your iPhone 12 Battery

· Andrew Orr · Link

iPhone 12 being charged by MagSafe.

With the right charging brick, Apple’s MagSafe charging pad can quickly charge your iPhone 12 at an estimated 50% battery in 30 minutes. Although it was written last year, Clifford Colby’s article is a helpful investigation into fast charging. The short answer is that fast charging won’t damage your iPhone’s battery.

Damage is rare if everything’s well-managed inside. A battery’s management system closely monitors the two charge phases and drops the charging speed during the second phase to give the battery time to absorb the charge and avoid issues, which is why it can take 10 minutes to get those last few percentage points.