PopCockch confirmed that PopSockets will support Apple's MagSafe technology, which means you can quickly pop up and close these ubiquitous iPhone accessories without worrying that the label on the back will lose stickiness over time and need to be rinsed.
Apple’s charging brand MagSafe is now the company’s new system for iPhone wireless charging and easy-to-connect accessories.
At Apple's iPhone event.
Thanks to the new magnet array placed around the wireless charging coil, the iPhone will be better when connected with Apple’s MagSafe charger and MagSafe Duo charger (used to wirelessly charge the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 and Apple Watch, respectively) Aligned.
However, the system also enabled a series of MagSafe accessories that can be used with the iPhone 12.
Apple is launching its own accessories, including new silicone, leather and transparent cases that can be easily stuck on the back of the iPhone 12 model, and a connectable iPhone wallet. The company also
On Tuesday, consumers should expect a range of MagSafe accessories from third-party manufacturers.
Before the Apple event. That’s why when I introduced MagSafe, my first thought was
I may not be alone.
Since its launch in 2014, the company has sold more than 165 million PopSockets grips, and since then, its line of convenience products on the back of the phone has expanded to include various variants, such as those with mirrors or lip rims. PopSockets glossy, compact version, PopSocket with wallet, Otter + PopSockets mobile phone case, and even PopSocket that matches nails. (Oh, they have
Now it can also match your PopSockets. )
PopSockets handles can be removed multiple times, but they lose their stickiness over time. The company said the solution is to rinse the small dongle, let it air dry for about 10 minutes, and then stick it on the iPhone and leave it for several hours.
This can be a tedious process, which is why the company introduced PopSockets Grips with interchangeable covers (also known as PopTops).
However, if there is a series of PopSockets (grips, wallets or other things) compatible with MagSafe, you will not have to worry about the stickiness of the product gradually disappearing. As a result, users may be tempted to buy more of these iPhone accessories-perhaps even accumulating collections that can be exchanged at will to match their clothing or mood.
This also means that users can give up using the iPhone's protective case (as currently required by iPhone 11 owners) in order to take advantage of PopSockets Grips.
On the contrary, it can make PopSockets win more competition in the accessories market, because the company does not have to over-design Grips and its accessories.
-Protected technology. Instead, competitors can simply use MagSafe-compatible products to expand their existing product lines to increase surcharges and increase revenue.
PopSockets said it is developing MagSafe products, but has yet to announce details. The company wanted to clarify that it did not confirm that it was specifically manufacturing PopGrips.