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Disassembly of Apple’s new MagSafe power bank: two 5.733Wh batteries, compact structure

Apple pushed the iOS 14.7 update to iPhone users on July 20, and the iPhone 12 series officially supports MagSafe external batteries. Currently, MagSafe external batteries are available in Apple Stores in many countries and regions around the world.

Disassembly of Apple's new MagSafe power bank: two 5.733Wh batteries, compact structure

Yesterday, Charger Lab showed the internal structure of MagSafe external battery on YouTube channel. The MagSafe external battery has two charging coils inside, and a magnetic ring that can be connected to the iPhone 12 model.

Disassembly of Apple's new MagSafe power bank: two 5.733Wh batteries, compact structure

In addition, there are two batteries connected together inside the MagSafe external battery. They operate in series to reach 11.13Wh at 7.62V. Charger Lab pointed out that each battery is 5.733Wh.

Disassembly of Apple's new MagSafe power bank: two 5.733Wh batteries, compact structure

On the back of the MagSafe external battery, there is a metal plate to help dissipate heat. Under the front heat shield, there is also a chip that allows MagSafe to run on an external battery.

Disassembly of Apple's new MagSafe power bank: two 5.733Wh batteries, compact structure

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