Though Apple will not be giving a launch date for the MagSafe Duo wireless charger, the corporate has now up to date its retailer web page with some curious data: it appears the brand new charger won’t be able to cost your iPhone as quick because the MagSafe charger, which maxes out at 15W wireless charging. Noticed by Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, the added details about the yet-unreleased MagSafe Duo charger states that the Duo fees as much as 11W with a 20W USB-C adapter, and sadly, maxes out at 14W with an adapter that’s 27W or larger.
Wow, Apple has simply up to date the MagSafe Duo web page. The $129 charger solely will get you 11 watts for charging with a 20 watt brick, or 14 watts with a 27 watt brick. That compares to fifteen watts you get with the solo MagSafe charger. pic.twitter.com/Z9iWM4PGpU
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) November 18, 2020
Apple’s most cost-effective possibility for USB-C charging is 20W, due to this fact it received’t be capable to assist the Duo ship as a lot energy to the iPhone 12 because the 15W solo MagSafe wi-fi charger. On high of that, the MagSafe Duo charger is predicted to be priced at $129. So as so that you can do the utmost fast-charging that this wi-fi charger is able to, you’ll have to buy Apple’s 30W USB-C Energy adapter, which is $50.
In the mean time, there’s no launch date for the MagSafe Duo charger, Apple’s web site simply states “Coming quickly”.