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Belkin Unveil First MagSafe Range After iPhone 12 Launch

Belkin has debuted its ‘MagSafe’ product range to support the iPhone 12 stable, encompassing a new wireless charger, first-of-its-kind screen protector and more.

The MagSafe range includes four new products engineered and designed for the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

“Working alongside Apple has enabled us to design accessories that are an ideal complement to our customers’ most personal devices,” states Steven Malony, Senior VP and GM Belkin International.

MagSafe incorporates an array of magnets around the wireless charging coil, facilitating seamless wireless connection and alignment with a compatible product every time.

The new BOOST CHARGE PRO MagSafe 3-in-1 Wireless Charger ($219.95) offers 15W wireless charging power for an iPhone 12, and also offers 5W charging power for AirPods Pro and AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, plus a wireless charging module for an Apple Watch.

The product supports MagSafe cases up to 3mm thick, and offers a non-slip design.

The new Belkin MagSafe Car Vent Mount PRO (A$54.95) uses MagSafe tech to keep the handset in place, with a slim profile and premium finish, specifically designed for iPhone 12 models.

Local launch date for both products is yet to be announced.

Belkin’s new UltraGlass Screen Protector is said to be a first-of-its-kind solution, and will land on-shelf in Australia on the same day of the iPhone 12.

With the iPhone 12’s Ceramic Shield front cover for tough durability, the new UltraGlass screen protector is chemically strengthened, and claims to be two times stronger than tempered glass, with best-in-class performance and an ultra-slim design.

The product pledges added impact and scratch protection, whilst maintaining a native screen experience, and is the first-to-market with LAS materials in screen safety.

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