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Satechi sells a cheaper MagSafe charger than Apple’s

With the launch of its new line of MagSafe accessories for the iPhone 12, Apple also announced the availability of similar proposals from third-party companies. Many have already released their first accessories, and the price difference is one of the inevitable comparisons.

Cargador inalámbrico de Satechi.
Satechi Wireless Charger for iPhone 12

Thus, the difference has been remarkable in price between the wireless charger of the Satechi brand with that of Apple. Of course, beyond these, there are also other absences, which users must decide if they are really worth it or not.

Accessories Third-party MagSafe are noticeably cheaper than Apple’s

While the iPhone wireless charger 12 Newer from Satechi does most of what MagSafe does, it doesn’t do everything. This cable uses the built-in magnets on the iPhone series 12 to adhere to the phone’s back, which provides more reliable wireless charging but does not offer Apple’s MagSafe enhancers.

In the video below, the signature offers a quick demonstration of its features.

According to Apple, enhancers increase energy transfer up to 15 watts on most iPhone models 12, while the Satechi model reaches a maximum of 7.5 watts.

The Satechi model costs 25 percent less than the loader with the bitten apple logo. Its final price is 29.99 dollars compared to 39 dollars or 45 euros (Spain) from Apple charger.

A few days ago, Apple customers were also surprised with the price of 149 euros of the MagSafe Duo, not including the power adapter.

For many, this only has portability as an advantage since buying the two separate chargers ends up being much cheaper. And perhaps, as with the MagSafe, some prefer to wait for the alternative from third-party companies.

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