Apple could be having trouble integrating MagSafe into the iPad Pro

Rumors begin to steadily point to an Apple event in the first half of 2022. It is clear that there are many products that the big apple has up its sleeve. However, you have to be smart and know when to launch them and, above all, when their production and design are perfectly optimized. One of the potential products for this hypothetical event is a new iPad Pro. According to rumors this new iPad It would bring with it support for charging through MagSafe. But nevertheless, Apple could be having problems with the necessary materials for wireless charging.

Fragility or functionality: the problems that MagSafe could bring to the iPad Pro

The standard MagSafe de Apple It is a wireless charging system reintroduced in the iPhone 12 and 13 in all its models. This system requires magnets and wireless charging coils integrated into the design of the devices. This allows you charge the battery wirelessly via special chargers with charges up to 15W. In addition, Apple created a range of MagSafe-enabled products like iPhone cases that didn’t impede wireless charging.

Is possible that he new iPad Pro see the light at the first event of 2022. In fact, from Apple they want introduce the MagSafe system on iPads, and this iPad Pro could be the ideal device to introduce the mechanism. However Apple is having problems. The explanation is simple. MagSafe needs glass to conduct power through the wireless charging coils. In the case of the iPhone, the back is not that big and the amount of glass is not that high.

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In the case of the iPad Pro, the rear is very large and the glass requirements would be very large. The main problem lies in the fragility of the glass on the back of the iPad Pro. This could have thrown Apple’s engineers off balance. But there is an alternative that they are already testing in the Cupertino offices. Apparently the new prototypes They have increased the size of the apple logo on the back. What’s more, the apple would be glass.

The glass together with the increase in the size of the logo could be enough to introduce the wireless charging coils and avoid having to introduce more amounts of glass in the rear. That is, wireless charging through MagSafe would only focus on the central Apple logo on the back of the iPad Pro.

However, everything is assumptions and information that today cannot be confirmed. What is clear is that Apple wants to maximize the productivity of the iPad. And perhaps, for those from Cupertino, this happens by introducing wireless charging that would allow the creation of a large number of additional accessories that the user could purchase.

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