Apple Publishes Support Document on MagSafe Duo Charger →

Some highlights:

  • Apple’s 29W USB-C power adapter is not compatible with the Duo Charger, as MacRumors notes.
  • The iPhone 12 mini charges at 12W, while the larger phones charge at 14W.
  • Apple says that “it is important to plug into a power source before placing your iPhone on the MagSafe Duo Charger,” so maximum power can be passed through the charger.

Additionally, there’s a bit about the device’s construction:

As with most soft materials, the covering of accessories might experience normal wear over time. The hinge area of your MagSafe Duo Charger might wrinkle over time if kept in the folded position. Leaving your MagSafe Duo Charger in a very hot environment (like the inside of a car on a hot day) in the folded position might lead to more visible, deeper wrinkles in that area. This doesn’t affect the functional performance of the accessory.

Federico Viticci picked one of these up, and spoke about it on this week’s episode of Connected if you want to hear more about it.