If you're yet to snag Apple's MagSafe Charger, or you want to pick up another one for a different spot in your home, now's the time. Over at Woot, you can get the first-party Apple charger for just $29.99. That's a 25% discount on its retail price, though you only have a limited time to make the most of it. Remember to log in with your Amazon Prime account at Woot to unlock free shipping, too.
Make wirelessly charging your iPhone 12 easy with Apple's first-party solution. It features auto-aligning magnets for convenience and up to 15W fast charging when paired with the right adapter. This is the lowest we've seen it go to date.
Though there are a ton of MagSafe accessories for iPhone 12 devices cropping up now, Apple's first-party device is still the best MagSafe charger around and this is just a few cents more than the lowest we've seen it go since its release.
With the iPhone 12, Apple resurrected the MagSafe name for its new magnetic charging technology in its latest phones. It's built upon standard Qi charging but Apple's MagSafe uses an array of magnets to automatically align the wireless charger in the exact right spot on the back of your phone. That makes the process more convenient while also enabling faster charging speeds.
Apple's MagSafe Charger allows for up to 15W of charging power when used with the appropriate 20W wall plug while also accommodating standard Qi devices at regular speeds. That means you can use it to charge your iPhone 8 or later and even your AirPods Pro or AirPods with wireless charging case.
Note that the MagSafe Charger has an integrated 1-meter USB-C cable but it's a bring your own wall plug situation. You can put your savings towards that 20W Apple wall plug for maximum speeds of hook it up to any other USB-C plug you already own, though your charging speeds may vary.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.