MagSafe Battery Pack firmware update allows faster charging of iPhones


The MagSafe Battery Pack will allow iPhones to charge faster. iPhones can now be charged in a fraction of the time it normally takes, thanks to a new firmware update.

As reported by 9to5Mac, the MagSafe Battery Pack’s firmware version 2.7 now allows users to charge their iPhones at a faster rate of 7.5W than the standard 5W. A lightning USB cable connected to the pack and an iPad or Mac connected to that computer is required to download the update.

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Additionally, if an iPhone and a pack are being updated at the same time, the pack will also be updated. Nevertheless, it could take a week or more to finish updating the pack. To update an iPad or Mac, Apple recommends plugging in the MagSafe Battery Pack.

When plugged into a 20W charger, the MagSafe pack was able to transfer up to 15W of charge to an iPhone earlier. As a result of a new update, users can now charge their devices faster even when they’re disconnected from the power grid.

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