Leaked images and information have already revealed the best and worst features of the iPhone 14. On the other hand, Apple, on the other hand, has accidentally leaked a long-awaited upgrade that millions of iPhone and iPad users will be eagerly awaiting.
It was discovered by 9to5Mac that Apple had accidentally published a new support document on its website for an upcoming dual USB-C charger that will allow an iPhone or iPad to fast charge while also charging an additional accessory, such as an Apple Watch.
According to a support document from the tech giant, an Apple Power Adapter with dual USB-C ports is required to charge your device. Apple’s internal specifications were also leaked. The new charger has a maximum output of 35 watts and can be used in four different charging modes: 5VDC/3A, 9VDC/3A, 15VDC/2.33A, or 20VDC/1.75A.
This is a significant improvement over the current offerings from Apple in this market. There are currently only bulky 30W and 45W chargers with a single USB-C port that are comparable. It’s likely that the leaked charger will be significantly smaller than before, as GaN charging is expected to be extremely efficient.
In addition, faster iPhone charging has been rumoured for some time, but it hasn’t materialised. The arrival of this new dual charger from Apple could finally see the company catch up to Android rivals who can now deliver a full charge in less than 20 minutes and up to 120W of power output.
We’ll find out more in the coming days. Apple has confirmed that iOS 16 will be unveiled at WWDC on June 10 and that the next-generation iOS beta code has a long history of leaking details about upcoming Apple devices.
In light of the iPhone 14’s unimpressive design, skewed processing power, and higher prices, it’s clear that faster charging isn’t enough on its own. But for iPhone 14 Pro owners, it could be the deciding factor, along with their new super-sized cameras, to make the iPhone a more desirable product.