According to a recent FCC filing from the California-based Cupertino giant Apple, a second-generation MagSafe Charger might be approaching. In addition, Apple will host a launch event for the iPhone 13 in the upcoming weeks or so.
We now find out that at least part of that announcement is close to concerning a modified MagSafe Charger. And we are saying this, taking into account the latest information revealed by the recent FCC filing from the company.
The native MagSafe Charger, released with the iPhone 12 at the end of 2020, comes to model number A2140. This modified MagSafe Charger, which was assented to the FCC on August 13, 2021, has been marked A2548.
Unfortunately, this FCC filing did not provide any information about any modifications to the latest MagSafe Charger is going to come with. As a matter of fact, there might be no more than those tiny component adjustments here, which would bring about a fundamentally identical product.
Furthermore, it’s not outside the realm of potential that the California-based Cupertino giant has tweaked its first-generation magnetic charging dock, nevertheless. According to a leak that appeared back in early July, the next MagSafe modification would show off larger coils, which could indicate more robust magnets for a more safe fit and even more quick charging.
Furthermore, this FCC filing also reveals another interesting point which is the reference to each of the existing iPhone 12 models (A2341, A2172, A2176, and A2342, in case you’re thinking) as “Legacy Phone,” and the concern that the recent MagSafe charger was additionally tested with four “New Phone” devices.
On the other hand, it is indispensable to have any further verification that the iPhone 13 was right around the corner. Finally, here it is nevertheless.