According to one of Apple's most famous analysts, Mingchi Ko, the American company apparently wants to unveil a new 30-watt fast charger based on GaN technology this year. p>
Currently, among the smartphone manufacturers are Chinese companies that produce the fastest chargers. For example, Xiaomi, OnePlus and all of them, Oppo, which earlier at MWC 2022, unveiled its 240-watt fast charger technology, which is said to be able to fully charge the phone in just 9 minutes.
Samsung and Apple, although ranked first and second in the world in terms of production and sales of smartphones, but in terms of charger speed have not shown good performance at all. Currently, Samsung's fastest charger is 45 watts and Apple's fastest charger is only 20 watts, which is not at all comparable to other companies' series chargers.
However, it seems that the American company wants to improve this year. In this situation, create and unveil a new 30-watt charger based on GaN technology. This statement was made by Mingchi Ko, one of the most reliable sources in the field of disclosure of information about iPhones, and it is unlikely that it will not come true.
This new charger, even pictures of which have been published , Will have a new look and will be smaller than the current Apple charger. Because GaN technology is more efficient than other manufacturing technologies. Of course, the small size of this charger does not make the American company market it with iPhones, because the company's commitment to environmental protection is quite serious.
The point is that none of the Apple's current handsets do not support a 30-watt charger. The iPhone 13 Pro Max, as the most powerful and best Apple phone at the moment, will finally be charged at 27 watts, and the Pro model will be charged at 23 watts. So even if this charger goes on the market, it will not be able to charge new iPhones to its full potential. Naturally, we will see higher speeds, of course.
Of course, it is also possible that the American company has considered this charger for its tablets. The current iPad Pro and iPad Air come with a 20-watt charger in the box, but the new generation is expected to benefit from this charger. Of course, at tonight's Apple Peek Performance, there was no talk of a 30-watt charger. We'll have to wait and see if the new iPad Air comes with a 30-watt charger, or if Apple wants to keep it for the second half of this year.
And that's why we do not know when we should officially see it unveiled or released. However, whenever this happens, the American company is unlikely to consider it for its handsets. Apparently low-power Macs like the MacBook Air with the M1 chip come with this new 30-watt charger. For more powerful laptops, Apple will use a 140-watt charger that was recently unveiled and is based on the same GaN technology.