chargerlab today Alleged photos shared Apple’s unreleased 35W power adapter, along with dual USB-C ports, provide a first look at the accessory’s possible design.

apple 35w dual usb c port charger images
The images reveal that the charger will feature a compact design with a side-by-side USB-C port and a foldable prong. The 35W will be suitable for charging a wide range of Apple devices, such as iPhones, iPads, the latest MacBook Air and HomePod mini.

Reference to the power adapter was first uncovered last week in a document that was briefly published on Apple’s website:

Use the Apple 35W Dual USB-C Port power adapter and USB-C cable (not included) to charge your device. Connect the USB-C cable to any port on the power adapter, extend the electrical prongs (if necessary), then plug the power adapter firmly into the power outlet. Make sure the power outlet is easily accessible to disconnect. Connect the other end of the cable to your device.

In early March, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo tweeted that Apple was working on a 30W power adapter with a new design. one in follow up tweet, Kuo has since suggested that the 35W power adapter may be what he was referring to. Kuo said the charger is “near mass production” and will be released at some point in 2022.

Kuo said the charger will use gallium nitride (GaN) technology, making it smaller, lighter and more power efficient than silicon-based chargers. Apple released its first GaN charger last year in the form of its 140W USB-C power adapter for the 16-inch MacBook Pro, and third-party brands like Anker and Belkin also offer GaN chargers.

Back in 2018, ChargerLAB’s sister website Chongdiantou showed off real-world photos of Apple’s then-unreleased 18W power adapter for iPhones.

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