PopSockets are going MagSafe
PopSockets is announcing that it’s making its renowned phone holders suitable with MagSafe When Apple revealed that accessories would be able to connect to the iPhone 12 with MagSafe, lots of people instantly considered PopSockets– consisting of the business itself, which announced it was dealing with adding compatibility. Now, it’s finally at the point where it’s putting out a statement and a release window.
PopSockets is preparing on bringing MagSafe to several of its items, but first, naturally, is the well-known PopGrip Now, if you wish to charge your phone wirelessly, you won’t need to purchase PopSockets’ specialized wireless battery charger The MagSafe version will have a larger base than many PopSockets users might be used to, which is probably to supply space for the “no-slip” rubber bottom. Hopefully, that will keep the PopSocket from sliding off when entering and out of your pocket, like Apple’s own MagSafe wallet is rather notorious for.
Mentioning wallets, PopSockets is likewise revealing a magnetic variation of its PopWallet Plus, which is essentially a wallet with a PopSocket constructed in. Like Apple’s version, it will include a shield indicated to protect any cards that are accountable to get erased by magnets.
In addition, PopSockets is unveiling 2 mounts that will use MagSafe: one for house (dubbed “Multi-Surface) and one for the car. The business keeps in mind that the brand-new PopGrips will deal with existing PopSocket installs, however the brand-new installs will work magnetically, though it’s unclear if they’ll likewise utilize the PopSocket as an additional mechanical grip.
The press statement had some other significant products, including an antimicrobial version of the PopGrip (it’s a sign of the times), and a multitool PopGrip that’s a partnership with famous knifesmith SOG. The PopGrip and PopWallet Plus for MagSafe are slated to launch in spring of 2021, and the PopMounts needs to be coming in the summer season. No word has been released on prices.
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