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[* black] Don't worry, this UFO isn't here to abduct you. Not unless you're tiny, and ferromagnetic. It's just a centering magnet to ensure good alignment for charging.
[* black] Looking at this Oreo cookie of a charger, we find the inductive coils in the lower section, and a dense weight in the upper portion.
[* black] But the coolest bit has to be the strain-relief bar built into the cable attachementSpeaking of density, here's a map with [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXRP5kP417Y|COLORS|new_window=true].
[* blackicon_note] This springy bit"depth" map is based on the density of metal has some extra wire wrapped around it, so that if you pull too aggressively, you won't rip the cable.
[* black] Looks like Apple put some serious thought into durability, it may well outlast the watch it's meant to charge.
[* icon_caution] Knock-off buyers beware, this
components. That dark red semi-circle is no dumb chargerthe magnet, while the yellow indicates the charging coils.
[* black] But the coolest bit has to be the strain-relief bar built into the cable attachementSpeaking of density, here's a map with [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXRP5kP417Y|COLORS|new_window=true].
[* blackicon_note] This springy bit"depth" map is based on the density of metal has some extra wire wrapped around it, so that if you pull too aggressively, you won't rip the cable.
[* black] Looks like Apple put some serious thought into durability, it may well outlast the watch it's meant to charge.
[* icon_caution] Knock-off buyers beware, this
components. That dark red semi-circle is no dumb chargerthe magnet, while the yellow indicates the charging coils.

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