In a recently updated supporting document, apple said its new MagSafe charger, when used with the upcoming iPhone 12 mini, will limit peak power transmission to 12W, while all other iPhone 12 models will have peak power of 15W.Apple said that if a usb-c PD power adapter is used, its parameters can reach or exceed 9V / 2.03a, which can reach the peak value of 12W.
However, the supporting document states that any time it is transported to anyiPhoneThe power of the model 12 varies with temperature and system activity.
For other iPhone 12 models, using usb-c PD source adapter can achieve 15W peak power at 9V / 2.22a or 9V / 2.56a or above.
Apple has warned that the iPhone should be connected to a power supply before placing it on a MagSafe charger, which allows the charger to verify that it is safe to provide maximum power. If you put the iPhone on a MagSafe charger and plug it in, you just pick up the iPhone, wait three seconds, and then put it back in, and you can restore maximum power delivery.
MagSafe, a new feature on all iPhone 12 models, connects magnetic accessories to the back of the device, including Apple's MagSafe charger, for more accurate wireless charging. MagSafe chargers now sell for $39, while the iPhone 12 Mini will be available for booking this Friday (November 6).