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Apple's reportedly forthcoming 35W dual USB-C charger has now been shown in leaked images that also reveal folding prongs.
Shortly after an Apple support document revealed the existence of the charger, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that it was entering mass production. Now a new set of leaked images show what it will look like.
The three images appear to be renders rather than marketing photos, but they appear to show a charger that is around the same size as the existing single-port one. They also show that the two prongs can fold back into the charger body.
#Apple is planning to release its first 35W dual USB-C charger.#ChargerLAB got the leaked pics of it. It adopts foldable prongs, and unlike other chargers, two USB-C ports are side by side.— ChargerLAB (@chargerlab) April 12, 2022
We'll bring more information about this charger.#applecharger #tech #iPhone14 pic.twitter.com/wzyR7bdHdi
The charger included in the Apple Silicon 16-inch MacBook Pro was Apple's first GaN charger, and the new dual USB-C charger is expected to use the same technology.
The original Apple support document was removed shortly after posting. Apple has not made any official announcement about launching such a dual charger.