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iPhone 14 35W dual USB-C charger

Today, we have more news about iPhone. Apple accidentally leaked a short support document regarding a 35W dual USB-C charger for the next generation of iPhones.

More leaks about 35W dual USB-C charger for iPhone 14

Apple mistakenly disclosed a support document that was placed on their website for a short time today. 9to5mac was the first to notice this information and re-shared it on social media.

35W dual USB-C charger

Is Apple working on a 35W dual USB-C charger for the iPhone 14 and here’s all the details

According to the above document, Apple is working on a new 35W Dual Port USB-C Power Adapter (35W Dual Port USB-C Power Adapter). It’s unclear when Apple will make this accessory available to users.

Although the paperwork does not mention it, the charger can utilise GaN (gallium nitride) technology.

Because the technology produces less heat, manufacturers may cram components together without risk of a fire breaking out. In other words, the technology could aid in the reduction of charger size. Apple is developing on a GaN charger with a UBC-C interface, according to Digitimes last year.

GaN chargers are smaller and charge faster than Apple’s current iPhone chargers. According to the document, Apple will not supply a USB-C cable with the charger.

35W dual USB-C charger

Apple quickly pulled the paper from its website after it was published. “Apple will probably release the next GaN charger in 2022, which will support roughly 30W and have a new style design,” TF International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo tweeted last month.

This suggests that a new charger will be supported by the future iPhone 14 generation.

“To charge your device, use Apple’s 35W Dual USB-C Port Adapter and a USB-C cable (not supplied),” according to the leaked paper. Connect the USB-C cable to one of the power adapter’s two ports, lengthen the power prongs (if necessary), and plug the power adapter into a power outlet securely. Make sure the power outlet is easily accessible for unplugging. Connect the cable’s other end to your device.”

This charger, which has a 35W capacity, can charge two devices at the same time: an iPhone and an Apple Watch, or a combination of other iOS devices.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max can charge at a maximum of 27W, thus with 35W, you can quickly charge the flagship iPhone model while also charging your Apple Watch at 5W.

Will Apple be the first to produce a dual-port charger?

A dual-port charger has yet to be released by Apple. As a result, this leak could signal that such a charger is being evaluated for release. In addition, USB-C Power Delivery will be supported by this adapter.

The fact that Apple launches a 35W charger at this time is necessary, although it is much slower than competitors such as Samsung and Huawei. Even, many Chinese manufacturers have pushed the charging speed race to a new level when raising the maximum charging speed that a charger foor phone can support to 150-165W.

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Every year we enjoy looking at new shortcuts for iPhones or Macbook to see what new features are offered. The following list of shortcuts has been provided by MacRumors users. Do you prefer shortcuts? Please comment so we may include them in another film. A new USB-C adapter is planned to be introduced for the iPad in the next year, according to a leaked document from 9to5Mac. The Support Document appeared briefly on Apple’s website, but the charger has not yet appeared.

35W dual USB-C charger

Aside from the prospect of a new charger, the iPhone 14 series is expected to include a slew of design innovations. That is, Apple will ditch the notch in favor of a front-facing camera with a punch-hole.

Furthermore, the back camera may be upgraded to a 48 MP main sensor with an extraordinarily big sensor size. This year, new iPhone models are expected to include Touch ID behind the screen.

The iPhone 14 series is expected to include four models: the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Thus, along with the newly launched iPhone SE 2022, this year Apple will have a total of 5 new iPhone models. In addition, Apple will not continue to introduce the iPhone mini model anymore.

The A16 Bionic chip will be used in the iPhone 14 and 14 Max in particular. Meanwhile, the M2 chip will be used in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, which are the two more powerful variants.

If everything goes according to plan, the iPhone 14 will be released in September of this year. The device will arrive pre-loaded with iOS 16, which has a slew of new and exciting features.

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