The iPhone 12 mini will charge around 20% slower than its bigger kin with the MagSafe Charger. As per a help report (by means of MacRumors), the charger is restricted to peak power delivery of 12W for that handset, contrasted and 15W for the rest of the iPhone 12 lineup.
You’ll require a USB-C Power Delivery adapter that is in any event 9V/2.03A to hit 12W MagSafe output on iPhone 12 smaller than expected, however Apple notes charging proficiency can be influenced by factors like system activity and temperature. Arriving at peak power delivery of 15W on other iPhone 12 models requires a USB-C adapter that is in any event 9V/2.22A or 9V/2.56A.
On the off chance that you have an accessory associated through the Lightning port, the MagSafe Charger’s power delivery is restricted to 7.5W on all iPhone 12 models to follow regulatory principles.
While slower charging by means of one technique for powering up your phone probably won’t influence your choice over which phanset to get straightaway, it’s valuable to know whether you were thinking about getting MagSafe accessories. Pre-orders for the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max open on Friday, and the telephones should begin dispatching on November 13th. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are as of now accessible.