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- Third-party magnetic chargers have reportedly stopped working after the update
- The issue was only seen with third party chargers and wireless charging
The latest iOS 14.3 update is causing several users to have problems with wireless charging. After the update, a large number of users reported that the third-party magnetic chargers stopped working, the media reported.
The issue was only seen with third-party chargers and wireless charging, according to a report from Giz China.
The iPhone maker had released the official version of iOS 14.3 earlier this month and it was rumored to fix the iPhone’s inability to charge at full power. The company had introduced its MagSafe Duo charger alongside the new iPhone 12 line, however, it was found that it was unable to charge compatible iPhone 12 models to their full 15 watt capacity.
This is different from the standard MagSafe charger which is capable of providing 15W wireless charging. The MagSafe Duo charger is capable of charging an iPhone and an Apple Watch at the same time.
Additionally, Apple appeared to have obtained a patent for a MagSafe collar case that would allow the iPhone to run at faster speeds by allowing the processor to run at higher temperatures. MagSafe technology was introduced on MacBook models way back in 2006 and has now been included in iPhone 12 models this year.
According to an earlier report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple had updated the product description on the MagSafe Duo charger on its home website, stating that it supported wireless charging up to 15W and delivered charging up to 11W using a USB power supply. -C 20 W.
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