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Apple MagSafe Battery Pack Portable Charger instructions

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Apple MagSafe Battery Pack Portable Charger



Connector Type Lightning
Brand Apple
Color White
Product Dimensions ‎3.75 x 2.5 x 0.43 inches
Item Weight ‎6.4 ounces
Item model number ‎MJWY3AM/A
Batteries ‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)


The Apple MagSafe Battery Pack is simple to affix. On-the-go charging is simple because of its portable, user-friendly design. It remains attached to your iPhone 14, iPhone 13, and iPhone 12 thanks to carefully positioned magnets, offering secure and dependable wireless charging. There is also no need to turn it on or off because it charges automatically. Your credit cards and key fobs are also not hampered. To use the MagSafe Battery Pack’s up to 15W of wireless charging, simply plug in a Lightning cable. You may charge the MagSafe Battery Pack and your iPhone even quicker with a power adapter that has a greater power rating than 20W. Additionally, the Lock Screen allows you to monitor the status of your charge. It is advised to use this portable charger with a 20W or higher USB-C Power Adapter and USB-C to Lightning Cable (sold separately).

Charge your MagSafe Battery Pack

Use a Lightning to USB cord with a 20W or higher power converter to completely charge your MagSafe Battery Pack before putting it to use for the first time.

  1. Connect a Lightning to a USB cable by inserting one end into the MagSafe Battery Pack’s Lightning socket.
  2. The other end of the cable should be plugged into a 20W USB power adapter or higher, which should then be plugged into an electrical outlet. Your MagSafe Battery Pack’s status light will remain on for about 8 seconds.

The status light may flash when your MagSafe Battery Pack charges. Your battery pack is completely charged if it lights green. Your battery pack may require additional time to charge if it flashes amber.

Note: A slower charge will come from using an adapter that isn’t 20W or above.

Attach and remove your MagSafe Battery Pack

  • Your MagSafe Battery Pack should be inserted and removed.
  • Your iPhone’s back will magnetically accept your MagSafe Battery Pack. Pull the MagSafe Battery Pack from the rear of your device using gentle pressure.
  • Your MagSafe Battery Pack can provide up to 15W of electricity to charge your iPhone when connected to a 20W or higher power source.
  • Update the firmware on your MagSafe Battery Pack to receive 7.5W mobile charging. When you connect your battery pack to your iPhone, the firmware upgrade starts immediately. It can take the firmware upgrade one week or such.
  • Detach the battery pack from your iPhone, put a Lightning to USB cable into the Lightning connection on the battery pack, and then plug the other end onto a Mac or iPad model with a USB-C port to update the software. It will take around 5 minutes to update the firmware. On your iPhone, go to Settings > General > About > MagSafe Battery Pack to see if the update has finished. Version 2.7 of the firmware will be used.

Check the charge

Ensure that iOS 14.7 or a later version is installed on your MagSafe-compatible iPhone. Your iPhone will start charging as soon as your MagSafe Battery Pack is connected, and the Lock screen will show the charging status.

  1. Add the Batteries widget to monitor your charge status in Today View or on the Home Screen:
  2. You may add the widget by going to Today View or the Home Screen page, then touching and holding the backdrop until the applications start to move.
  3. To access the widget gallery, tap the Add Widget button at the top of the screen.
  4. Find Batteries by scrolling or searching for them, tap it, and then slide left to see the available sizes. Information is shown differently depending on size.


You could see a message stating that your iPhone will only charge up to 90% while using your MagSafe Battery Pack to charge it. Open Control Center, hold down the Low Power Mode icon while tapping Continue to charge past 90%.

Charge your iPhone and MagSafe Battery Pack.

You may charge your iPhone and MagSafe Battery Pack at the same time if necessary. Attach your MagSafe Battery Pack to your iPhone after plugging the MagSafe Battery Pack into a power source. The MagSafe Battery Pack can supply up to 15W of charging power to your iPhone when used with a 20W or higher power adapter.

If you connect your MagSafe Battery Pack to your iPhone and then put your iPhone into a power source, you can also charge both devices at the same time. If you need to use cable CarPlay or upload images to a Mac while your iPhone is charging, for example, you might wish to charge this way.

When charging your iPhone and MagSafe Battery Pack simultaneously, it’s possible that your iPhone will reach 80% of its charge or higher before your MagSafe Battery Pack starts to charge.

How much more power the MagSafe Battery Pack can deliver

Based on the model, settings, use, and environmental factors of your iPhone, the MagSafe Battery Pack gives your iPhone an extra charge. To learn how much more power the MagSafe Battery Pack can offer after being connected to your iPhone for on-the-go use, locate your iPhone model below.

  • With an iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 13 mini with MagSafe Battery Pack, you can charge your device an additional 70%*.
  • With a MagSafe Battery Pack and an iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 14, or iPhone 14 Pro, you can charge your device an additional 60%*.
  • With a MagSafe Battery Pack and an iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 14 Plus, or iPhone 14 Pro Max, you can charge your device an additional 40% more.


Does this operate on the 11?

It won’t magnetically attach to the 11 but it will charge it, so yes and no. You may replicate the MagSafe function on your iPhone 11 by sticking on one of the “MagSafe stickers” that are available. However, by itself, this won’t function on the iPhone 11 series as planned.

What role does this play for the 12/13 pro?

fits the Minis well. On the 12/13 Regular/Pro, it seems a bit undersized. The 12/13 Pro Maxes appear to be wearing a little white backpack.

What is the mAh?

Which 10000 mAh MagSafe did you purchase, Dominic? How is the situation going? For our vacation, I’m seeking high-quality solutions.

Will an Apple Watch 6 support it?

Since Apple Watches charge using induction, they cannot be topped off using a MagSafe or any other Qi-compliant charging mats.

Do Samsung phones support it?

It will function, but for it to fully connect, you’ll need a case with the MagSafe magnets inside.

How long do these batteries last?

60% to 70% of the iPhone 12 Pro’s battery

Is this product a real Apple one?

I think it is. For its charging gadgets, Apple offers MagSafe in its shops, and they typically only carry products from partners.

Does the light stay on when charging? After a brief period of time when connected to the wired charger, the light turns off.

The light only flashes briefly for a few seconds whether you plug it in or unplug it. You must keep it connected to your phone when it is hooked to another charger in order to continually check its charging. If not, you must disconnect it and check to see if the light is green. If it is amber, you must re-plug it to resume charging.

Does it support the iPhone XR?

The XR features wireless charging, however, it won’t magnetically adhere to the device’s back because only devices manufactured after 2012 support MagSafe.

Will the iPhone 13 be compatible? like how well does it charge?

It functions, however when not plugged in, it has a limited capacity. If you are down to 10%, it will still charge your phone between 35% and 40%.

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