Apple warns against using MagSafe Wallet while charging + more

In an article published to the Apple Support website on Friday, Apple explains how to use your MagSafe charger with iPhone 12 models, and leaves some warnings.

MagSafe Charger

Here’s some of the warnings and other information listed in the article:

  • Before you place your iPhone on your MagSafe Charger, make sure that no objects (like credit cards, hotel key cards, or transit cards) or debris are between them.
  • If your device has a metal case or if it’s very thick, remove it. Also remove iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe. If you have a MagSafe case, you can leave it in place.
  • Don’t place credit cards, security badges, passports, or key fobs between your iPhone and MagSafe Charger, because this might damage magnetic strips or RFID chips in those items. If you have a case that holds any of these sensitive items, remove them before charging or make sure that they aren’t between the back of your device and the charger.
  • As with other wireless chargers, your iPhone or MagSafe Charger might get slightly warmer while your iPhone charges. To extend the lifespan of your battery, if the battery gets too warm, software might limit charging above 80 percent. Your iPhone or MagSafe Charger could get warmer and charging could take longer after heavy use. Your iPhone will charge again when the temperature drops. Try moving your iPhone and charger to a cooler location.

You can view full MagSafe charging instructions here.

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Jaeden
Senior writer for Apple TLD

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