Apple 35W dual-port USB-C charger has been exposed
Apple 35W dual-port USB-C charger has been exposed: can provide fast charging for various Apple devices
According to a leaked support document spotted by 9to5Mac, Apple may be planning to launch a dual-port 35W USB-C charger in the near future .
The support document only appeared on Apple’s website for a short time, but it clearly mentioned the unreleased charger.
▼ Apple’s 30W charger
Apple hasn’t released a charger with dual USB-C ports yet, so this could be something Apple is working on.
35W can charge or power a variety of Apple devices, from MacBook Air to iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, HomePod. For iPhones and iPads, it’s functional enough to support fast charging.
According to reports, the charger will support the following modes: 5VDC / 3A or 9VDC / 3A or 15VDC / 2.33A or 20VDC / 1.75A, and will provide up to 35W of total charging power instead of 35W per USB-C port.
There is no news about when this accessory will be launched. IT Home has learned that Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple was developing a “30W charger” with a new shape design in early March, which is planned to be launched in 2022. Roll it out sometime.
Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that Apple’s new 30W charger uses gallium nitride GaN technology, which can achieve a smaller and lighter form factor.
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