Apple to Introduce 30W Fast Chargers With iPhone 14 Lineup

There is a new rumor circulating with roughly a week till the debut of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max that Apple would have prepared a new charger for both models. It’s possible that this power brick, which can handle 30W of charge, was mass-made utilizing GaN (gallium nitride) technology.

Although Apple may inform the audience that the two flagships will support a greater wattage, a specific disclosure of the 30W charger is not anticipated. DuanRui, who has a history of leaking information about iPhones on Twitter, claims that a gadget manufacturer has started providing new products to the media and plans to advertise them in upcoming videos.

He adds that the Lightning connector will still be present on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, indicating that Apple is not yet prepared to switch to USB-C, despite the fact that the tech giant has embraced the technology for a number of devices. The 30W charger will still work with the less costly versions even though it will first be released for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Last year, Apple revealed its first GaN charger in the new 16-inch MacBook Pro’s 140W USB-C power adapter. Compared to silicon-based chargers, this technology enables smaller, lighter, and more power-efficient chargers.

Sadly, customers should be aware that they will need to buy this speculated 30W charger separately as Apple discontinued selling power bricks and wired earbuds starting in 2020 when it introduced the iPhone 12 generation. The fast charger speculated is undoubtedly a huge improvement in Apple’s lineup and is a way of competing with several companies such as Samsung and Xiaomi in the race of fast charging.

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