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Pavel Prokopev

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Apple's New MagSafe Wallet Now Works with 'Find My' (Here's How) By Jesse Hollington Much like it does every year, Apple unveiled a new lineup of cases and accessories this week to match its new iPhone 13 lineup, and while most of these are simply new colours and styles for the same accessories as last year, one of them comes with an interesting new twist. Briefly highlighted on stage during Apple’s iPhone 13 launch event was a new version of the Leather Wallet with MagSafe. However, not only does the new version come in a collection of five new colours, but it also packs in support for Apple’s Find My network — in a unique way. The new Leather Wallet with MagSafe is now available in a whole new slate of colours, with Golden Brown, Dark Cherry, Sequoia Green, Midnight, and Wisteria replacing last year’s Saddle Brown, Black, California Poppy, Baltic Blue, and the more recent Arizona. The new colours should help make it clear whether the wallet you’re using (or buying) is Find My capable or not. Although Apple’s MagSafe Wallet isn’t necessarily everyone’s cup of tea, it’s still a handy way to carry a couple of cards with you when you don’t want to deal with a bulky wallet. After all, as cool as Apple’s new Digital ID features are, we’re still years away from being able to leave your physical Driver’s License at home. Of course, since Apple can’t patent magnets, the arrival of MagSafe on the iPhone 12 opened the floodgates to a whole wealth of great third-party wallet cases that attached in much the same way. Hence, it looks like Apple decided it has to do something to pull out ahead of the pack again and justify the higher asking price for its premium snap-on Leather Wallet. New Find My Wallet The trick? Apple has added

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