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Report: Apple Developing Innovative MagSafe Battery Pack with Exciting New Functionality

Apple Plans to Switch All Accessories to USB-C Next Year

According to the latest episode of the MacRumors Show podcast, Apple is aiming to transition all of its accessories to USB-C by next year. This process will be similar to the switch Apple made in 2012 when it replaced the 30-pin charger with the Lightning port. While this transition will not happen overnight due to the wide range of accessories Apple offers, it will be a relatively quick process.

During the podcast, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman mentioned that Apple will release a new version of the MagSafe Duo with USB-C support. Additionally, Gurman discussed an updated MagSafe battery pack. While it is uncertain whether these will be announced during Apple’s upcoming product event, what catches the attention is a new MagSafe accessory that Apple is reportedly working on.

This new MagSafe battery pack will be stackable, allowing users to combine multiple packs to charge multiple devices simultaneously. Users can simply place each iPhone on one side of the battery pack. The stackable MagSafe battery pack will feature a USB-C port.

In another interesting note, Gurman mentioned that the upcoming version of the AirPods Pro with a USB-C compatible charging case will not be referred to as the “third-generation AirPods Pro.” This name will likely be used in the future when a more significant update is made, possibly in 2024 or 2025.

Gurman also shared some insights on the iPhone 15 series. The titanium build on the iPhone 15 Pro models will make them lighter and more durable, which will be a delight for iPhone users. However, the lighter titanium material is more susceptible to dents when dropped on certain surfaces, although it offers a nicer appearance and is not a fingerprint magnet. Furthermore, the bezels on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will be reduced by 33%, thanks to a new technique called low-injection pressure over-molding (LIPO). Gurman also expects a 10% increase in battery life for the iPhone 15 Pro models, thanks in part to the powerful 3nm A17 Bionic chipset that will power the devices.

Stay tuned for more updates as Apple continues to innovate and enhance its product lineup.

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