All the new iPhone 12 models accompany MagSafe, which is an technology that utilizes magnets on the backside of the telephone to let clients connect accessories to it.
Apple today updated its Accessory Design Guidelines to include more subtleties for how accessory makers must execute MagSafe technology in their items.
Apple has broad Accessories Design Guidelines that give a manual for different companies to make affirmed extras for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and different items.
These rules were refreshed today with some fascinating new insights regarding the MagSafe innovation incorporated with the iPhone 12.
In an as of late uploaded PDF document, the company uncovered the determinations that “Made for MagSafe” cases must follow. This incorporates encasing the whole gadget with a most extreme thickness of 2.1 millimeters — in spite of the fact that Apple suggests building cases with 2.0 millimeters of thickness.
Case makers likewise need to ensure the accessory works with both the MagSafe Charger and the iPhone Leather Wallet. Case magnets must adjust appropriately with the iPhone back magnets, and Apple says MagSafe cases can’t have some other magnets included.
Apple requires MagSafe accomplices to utilize N45SH NdFeB magnets with a 7-13μm NiCuNi covering. Clients ought to likewise have the option to eliminate a MagSafe accessory by applying a power level somewhere in the range of 800 and 1,100 gf (gram power).
As seen by MacRumors, Apple additionally determines that MagSafe cases ought not depend on magnets to solidly connect to the gadget, which makes even some authority iPhone 12 recordings appear to be conflicting as the company recommends that the cases are likewise magnetically attached to the iPhone 12.