Well, for starters, Apple would have to license using a magnet on their connector from a company that makes kitchen wares. Every other product you'd buy would be the result of lots of seemingly unrelated patents getting licensed.
Broad patents are bad, mmkay. That's why 'on a computer' is patentable. If you think software shouldn't be patented, fine, I don't give a shit, but you should be happy 'on a computer' is enough to be considered non-infringing or you'd really see a grinding halt to innovation.
I don't have any particular problem with requiring narrow patents, but I don't think it makes much difference in this situation as it simply means that the kitchen wares company should/would apply for many magnetic power connector patents on every type of device they can think of.