Support documents expose new products, rumored to push 35W dual-hole USB-C charger

Apple is likely to release a new original USB-C charger in the future, bringing significant performance improvements. Foreign media 9to5Mac briefly saw a support document on Apple’s website, showing that the company is developing a new 35W dual-hole USB-C power adapter.

It’s unclear when Apple plans to release the charging accessory, or it could end up being abandoned. Support documents made it clear that the charging accessory existed, but it was quickly removed from Apple’s website.

If true, this would be the first time Apple has released a dual-hole USB-C charger capable of charging 2 iPhones, 1 each with an Apple Watch, or a combination of other products at 35W; for example, the iPhone 13 Pro Max It supports 27W fast charging. If you use this charging accessory for fast charging, you can also charge other products such as Apple Watch.

According to support documents found by 9to5Mac, the charging accessory will support USB-C PD (Power Delivery) technology:

Input: 100–240V/1.0A
(USB PD) Output 1 or 2: 5VDC/3A or 9VDC/3A or 15VDC/2.33A or 20VDC/1.75A
There have been many rumors in the market that Apple is looking to expand the product line of chargers, especially those using GaN gallium nitride technology. For example, Tianfeng International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo once said that Apple is preparing to launch GaN chargers, which may be available this year. Although Apple did not mention it in the support document, the new 35W dual-hole USB-C power adapter may have the opportunity to carry GaN technology.

In fact, many peripheral manufacturers produce GaN chargers that are smaller and faster than the USB-C power adapters that come with Apple’s MacBook lineup, and can also be used with iPhones that don’t include a power adapter.

Another possibility is that Apple may release this charging accessory with a new version of the MagSafe dual charger. The current MagSafe dual charger allows users to charge the iPhone and Apple Watch at the same time, but charging the Apple Watch is slower than using the magnetic charger alone.

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