Starting with iPhone 12, Apple introduced a new USB-C to Lightning charging cable and stopped shipping the smartphones with power adapters because of environmental reasons.
However, the company retails its power adapter separately, a 20W USB-C power brick for $19.00. Fortunately for users who are looking for a more powerful adapter with fast charging support, the tech giant also retails Mophie USB-C GaN adapters exclusively on its online store.
Purchase Mophie USB-C GaN adapters with fast charging support from Apple Store online
Along with charging cables, power banks, and multi-purpose chargers, Mophie is now offering its fast-charging USB-C GaN adapters on Apple Store online. Both adapters come with a USB-C to USB-C cable (2m).
- Mophie speedport 30 1-port GaN wall charger (30W) for $44.95. Paired with Apple USB-C to Lightning cable, this wall charger can charge an iPhone 13 from 0% to 50% in 30 minutes.
- Mophie speedport 67 1-port GaN wall charger (67W) for $69.95. Paired with Apple USB-C to Lightning cable, this wall charger can charge an iPhone 13 from 0% to 80% in 60 minutes.
Previously, for the first time, a reference to a “35W Dual USB-C Port Power Adapter” was discovered on the company’s online store which was immediately removed. It is unclear if the new accessory was Apple’s or from a third-party client.
Regardless, a fast-charging dual USB-C port power adapter will be a hit because it will allow them to charge two devices at once and save time.
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