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Apple Releases iOS 14.7 As Its MagSafe Battery Pack Hits Store Shelves

Apple has released iOS 14.7, its newest software update for iPhones while MagSafe Battery packs hit the shelves.

An official MagSafe battery pack is now available from Apple, the company launched the magnetic batteries for $99.


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This update allows iPhone 12 series fully compatible with the MagSafe Battery pack.

It is currently available on Apple’s website and takes five to seven days for delivery. This battery pack works on the iPhone 12 series, which includes the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

MagSafe Battery pack


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iOS screenshot showing the Batteries widget in Today View.


With a higher 20W power adapter, Apple says you can charge both the MagSafe Battery Pack and your iPhone even faster. This battery pack is made of Lithium, compact, and snaps to your iPhone making charging a breeze.


iOS screenshot showing Battery charged with Magsafe Battery pack.


When you attach your MagSafe Battery pack to your iPhone, it will immediately charge and display a charging status on the Lock screen.


Magsafe Battery pack

Apple says your iPhone battery will need a software update in order to be compatible with this MagSafe battery pack. To make sure your iPhone is MagSafe-compatible, you need to be running iOS 14.7 or later.

The battery software update should be out before the MagSafe Battery Pack’s earliest delivery date.

Other updates in iOs 14.7 includes:

  • The home app now adds the ability to manage timers on HomePod.
  • The podcasts library now allows you to choose to see all shows or only followed shows.
  •  You can share playlist menu option missing in Apple Music.

Apple in its support page informed Users that Dolby Atmos and Apple Music Lossless audio playback may unexpectedly stop.



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