Without immediately admitting it, Apple has proven that the iPhone 12 line definitely helps reverse wi-fi charging.
Earlier today, Apple quietly launched the MagSafe Battery Pack for your entire iPhone 12 range. The all new battery magnetically connects to your iPhone 12 using the all new MagSafe connection on the back of the cell phone.
Attaching the MagSafe battery is a snap. Its compact and intuitive design makes it easy to charge on the go. Perfectly aligned magnets keep it connected to your iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Professional – providing secure and reliable Wi-Fi charging. And it costs robotically, so there is no desire to display it or turn it off. There is no interference with your bank cards or key rings at the same time.
In a support document also released today, Apple revealed that you can’t just pay for your MagSafe battery by plugging in a Lightning cable into it, but you could also charge for it through your iPhone if you charge it properly.
If your iPhone and MagSafe battery need to be charged, you can pay for them at the same time. Connect your MagSafe battery to your iPhone, then plug the MagSafe battery into an influencer adapter. Using a 20W or more power adapter, the MagSafe battery can cost your iPhone up to 15W of charging power.
You can also rate them when you connect your MagSafe battery to your iPhone and then plug your iPhone into a power supply. You may need to pay this way if you need to connect your iPhone to another system while charging, such as when using wired CarPlay or transferring pictures to a Mac.
The fact that this is possible proves that the iPhone 12 is in fact capable of reverse Wi-Fi charging – at least when using MagSafe. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you can put an AirPods case on the back of your iPhone and pay for them. The feature appears to be limited to Apple’s personal battery at this time.
If you want to learn about different ways to evaluate your iPhone 12, check out our list of the best iPhone 12 battery instances 2021.