Apple Dual USB-C Port power adapter leaks with design, wattage and potential pricing outlined
Reportedly, Apple has developed a new compact power adapter with dual USB Type-C ports. Leaked by ChargerLab, the power adapter is expected to feature foldable prongs, mirroring the 20 W model that it sells in the UK. While Apple has sold equivalent compact chargers in the US before, the shape of this upcoming model builds off the UK's '20W USB-C Power Adapter'.
For some reason, Apple has settled on offering the 'Dual USB-C Port Power Adapter' with 35 W of power, too low to fast charge an iPad Pro and an iPhone 13 Pro simultaneously, for example. Ultimately, it remains to be seen why Apple would release a power adapter that peaks at 35 W, even if it supports dynamic power adjustments, as DuanRui mentions.
If that is the case, we imagine that the power adapter will recharge a single device at 35 W and two at 18 W. Presumably, Apple plans to bring EU and UK equivalents to market too, but ChargerLab has only shown the US model so far. According to Majin Bu, Apple may sell the 35 W power adapter for US$49, although a release date remains unknown at this stage. It is worth stressing that the hands-on image that Majin Bu has presented is not of Apple's upcoming power adapter. Instead, it is a third-party model sold in China.