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[* black] Oh wait! There must be ''something''''is'' something else we can take apart.
[* black] Apple was kind enough to ship a lot of folks theirApple's new MagSafe charger several days early—including us.doesn't come in the teeny tiny iPhone box (you have to give them more money for it), but we did make sure to order one for some... testing.
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It's compatible with all iPhone models (and other devices) capable of wireless charging, but wecharging. We have a different destiny in mind for oursours, though.
[* black] Oh wait! There must be ''something''''is'' something else we can take apart.
[* black] Apple was kind enough to ship a lot of folks theirApple's new MagSafe charger several days early—including us.doesn't come in the teeny tiny iPhone box (you have to give them more money for it), but we did make sure to order one for some... testing.
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It's compatible with all iPhone models (and other devices) capable of wireless charging, but wecharging. We have a different destiny in mind for oursours, though.
[* icon_note] Here's our first peek inside—an X-ray view courtesy of [https://www.creativeelectron.com|Creative Electron].
[* black] This makes for a fun comparison with the ''other'' inductive charging puck Apple makes, for its Apple Watch. You can see a detailed breakdown of those internals [guide|41323|here|stepid=95337].
[* black] One obvious difference is the dark ring of magnets around the exterior—that's right, there are corresponding magnets in ''both'' the charging puck and the new iPhones. The Apple Watch charger uses but a single magnet in the center.