A few days away from the official new iPhone event, where the technology giant is getting ready to launch new iPhones at its next event, the 9to5Mac and MacRumors state that Apple has submitted documents to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) expressing the possibility of launching MagSafe chargers, which are compatible with both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.
the well-known analyst Ming Chi Kuo, revealed that Apple is expected to release four new devices later this month.
For what’s advanced by MacRumors, Apple has tested the new version of MagSafe charging technology on about eight iPhone models. Four of them were the A2176, A2172, A2341 and A2342, which are part of the iPhone 12 smartphone line. The remaining models were not specified, with Apple categorizing them as “New smartphones”, and which will be compatible with the iPhone 13.
In the document, it is not possible to see the differences that will exist between the recent previous and the future generation of MagSafe chargers
Second is advanced a disk was shown charging a set of AirPods5 In theory, the existing MagSafe charger could already perform this function, although it doesn’t magnetically connect to the AirPods case as it does with newer iPhones.
With regard to the new iPhone, it is expected that the design level does not register major changes and, as for the screen size of the new device, the different versions will have 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7 inches. The top of the screen should have a space where cameras and sensors will be inserted. The iPhone should come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 modems, supporting 5G networks.
Users of the new iPhone will be expected to be able to make calls and send messages even when they don’t have 4G or 5G coverage, or Wi-Fi connection. Mark Gurman shares this opinion that LEO (Low Earth Orbit) support will be used for that contacts can be established in times of emergency.