A wired wall charger that can charge two devices at once may be the next best thing, despite Apple’s decision to scrap its AirPower wireless charger. A support document for the device was published on Apple’s website before being quickly removed, as reported by 9to5Mac.
That indicates that it was published in error, most likely before the product’s official unveiling, which is why it was removed. The device may have been scrapped and will never see the light of day. In either case, as this support document demonstrates, it is real.
Apple has been contacted for clarification.
The charger has two USB-C ports, making it the first dual USB-C charger from Apple. Using its 35W total power output, you could simultaneously charge all of Apple’s products, from AirPods to iPhones to iPads and MacBook computers to the rest of the line.
One of Apple’s most well-known and respected analysts, Ming-Chi Kuo, tweeted last month about a new Apple charger that would feature GaN (gallium nitride) technology, have a new design, and be released this year.
It is possible to reduce the size of GaN chargers while maintaining a high level of power. As a result, the MacBook Air and other low-powered laptops and mobile devices are better suited to their charging capabilities.
The support document does not mention GaN technology, but Digitimes previously reported that Apple was developing GaN chargers with USB-C connectivity. Of course, this could be the first one.