Apple’s MagSafe Duo is less ground-breaking than the regular MagSafe charger

Apple has refreshed its store listing for the still-unreleased MagSafe Duo charger with some more data on how the frill will perform with different power adapters. As verified by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the Duo charges at to 11W with a 20W USB-C adapter, maximizing at 14W with an adapter that is 27W or higher.

That implies that when matched with Apple’s $19 20W adapter, the organization’s least expensive option for USB-C charging, the MagSafe Duo can’t deliver as much power to the iPhone 12 as the 15W solo MagSafe charger. It additionally implies that the quickest conceivable 14W option can’t coordinate the ordinary MagSafe puck, either — and Apple’s most ideal option for that will be the $49 30W adapter that is packaged with the MacBook Air.

At $129, the MagSafe Duo was at that point going to be an expensive adornment that we wouldn’t prescribe to a great many people. This most recent data causes it to appear to be much more specialty, at a potential all out expense of nearly $180 to open its not especially quick maximum velocity. All things considered, it could even now be an advantageous, minimal alternative for Apple Watch clients who would prefer not to bring along two separate chargers and links when voyaging.

The MagSafe Duo doesn’t have a delivery date yet; it’s recorded as “coming soon.”

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