New Delhi: Apple is set to introduce a 35W USB-C charger with two ports, likely powered by gallium nitride (GaN) technology which could also make it smaller, The Verge reported.
According to a leaked document found by 9to5Mac, this is believed to be the first dual-port charger Apple has ever made.
Apparently Apple accidentally launched a live support document for an “Apple 35W Dual Port USB-C Power Adapter”, and 9to5Mac managed to take a screenshot just before it was taken down.
The leaked document states that each port can operate in one of four modes; 5 VDC/3 A, 9 VDC/3 A, 15 VDC/2.33 A or 20 VDC/1.75 A.
“Use the Apple 35W Dual-Port USB-C Power Adapter and a USB-C cable (not included) to charge your device. Connect a USB-C cable to one of the power adapter ports, extend the electrical pins (if necessary), then firmly plug the AC adapter into the power outlet. Make sure the power outlet is easily accessible for disconnection. Connect the other end of the cable to your device,” reads the document. removed. Also read: Snapchat introduces new lens to help learn sign language
Earlier in March, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo mentioned the possible launch of a “30W power adapter” sometime in 2022. He added that the charger will use gallium nitride or “GaN” technology. , allowing for a smaller and lighter form factor due to its improved power efficiency. Also read: Want to change the phone number related to Aadhaar? Check Simple Steps to Update Mobile Number on Aadhaar Card