Secret Apple Charger VAZ! Apple Watch users will love this new iPhone charger so much!

Apple’s 33W Dual USB-C Charger Images Leaked! That’s what it will offer for iPhones and the upcoming iPhone 14.

A week ago, Apple accidentally leaked a document that came as a surprise to iPhone users! It was all about the secrecy of Apple’s 35W Dual USB-C Power Adapter, which may be released soon (or not!). But one thing is for sure, Apple’s 35W dual USB-C charger exists. All thanks to the document accidentally leaked by Apple itself, which revealed the company’s plan to work on a new 35W dual USB-C power adapter. And in the few days of this news surrounding Apple’s alleged charger, we now get a glimpse of Apple’s 35W charger shared by Charge Lab.

Images leaked by ChargeLab on Twitter suggest that Apple’s new charger will have a compact design, including side-by-side USB-C ports, folding pins, and circular indentations for extra grip when plugging into or removing from an electrical outlet. The charger design appears to be in sync with information previously identified by 9to5Mac, which was shared by Apple.

“Use Apple’s 35W dual USB-C port power adapter and a USB-C cable (not included) to charge your device. Connect a USB-C cable to one of the ports on the power adapter, extend the electrical pins (if necessary), and then plug the power adapter securely into the outlet. Make sure the electrical outlet is easily accessible for disconnection. Connect the other end of the cable to your device.”

All About Apple’s First Dual USB-C Charger

Adding to the leaked document information about Apple’s dual USB-C charger, famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously tweeted about developing a 30W power adapter with a new design, but later in the same tweet, he also confirmed about the 35W power adapter and its “next mass production”.

If leaks and images are to be believed, Apple’s first 35W dual USB-C charger will change the charging experience for your iPhone or iPad, or perhaps your Apple Watch. This 35W charger would be enough to charge an iPhone along with another iPhone, or maybe your Apple Watch or AirPods.

Will this have any impact on the next iPhone 14? Well, Forbes Senior Contributor Gordon Kelly thinks so! He wrote in a report: “Needless to say faster charging wouldn’t be enough on its own – especially in conjunction with the iPhone 14’s disappointing design, split performance, and increased pricing, along with its new oversized cameras.”

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