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Apple's 20W charger, smaller 'iPhone 12' batteries found in filings

Apple’s 20-Watt charger has surfaced in new regulatory filings, even though no charger may be included with the “iPhone 12,”, while the battery capacities of the 2020 iPhones may trend smaller than those of 2019.Apple has been rumored to be working on a 20W USB-C charger that would be a major upgrade from the standard 5W version included with the iPhone 11 and earlier models. While there is some debate over whether or not Apple will be including a charger at all with its updated iPhone lineup, the existence of the 20W charger itself is slowly being proved by regulatory filings from Denmark, South Korea, and China.Filings discovered by MySmartPrice reference a new charger produced by Flextronics Power described as a “USB-C Power Adapter,” and with the model number A2244. This model number is different to the A2305 and A2247 models that were discovered in late June via regulators in Norway and Australia, though it is unclear what may be different, aside from the prongs needed to connect to a power outlet. Read more…
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