The long-awaited iPhone 12 is finally up for grabs after a long wait and a delay of about a month. Apple finally enters the 5G era with a whole lineup of smartphones, and they will surely make many fans forget about the previous iPhone 11.
Another major highlight of the iPhone 12 is the presence of the A14 Bionic processor, and we couldn’t have been more privileged to hear about the launch. But along with the new iPhone, there are other tech beauties up for grabs.
MPOW reveals its magnetically attached wireless charger
MPOW is a Japanese accessory manufacturer, and it’s proud to present the new charger for ‘the new iPhone’.
The official statement says:
“MPOW JAPAN Co., Ltd. (Location: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Representative: Takehiko Komazaki) announces a wireless charger that supports the charging position adjustment function using a magnet, which is a new wireless charging mechanism installed in the new iPhone.”
The company specifies that its new charger may not be able to work while trying to connect it to other smartphones.
MPOW also describes the product as having a “ring-shaped magnet mechanism,” which is matching very well a similar mechanism from iPhone 12. Thus, better-charging performance occurs than traditional wireless chargers.
The Pro Max version of the iPhone 12 takes the cake for the best model of the lineup. The 6.7 inches Super Retina XDR OLED display with 120Hz for the refresh rate and with scratch-resistant glass stands out. We also have to mention the IP68 dust/water resistance, the Dolby Vision, the 4K video recording for both the front and the rear camera, and more.
iPhone 12 is arguably the best smartphone released by Apple at the moment, and we can’t wait to see it more at work.
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