Alongside the new M2 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models, Apple has unveiled and launched a pair of 35W Dual USB-C Port power adapters, which are unique among Apple’s power adapter offerings because they contain two USB-C ports instead of one. C is the port.

ChargerLAB, known for disassembling Apple devices and accessories, today shared a teardown of the 35W Dual USB-C Port Compact Power Adapter, which gives us a look at the components inside.

The power adapter has a unique design that makes it easy to replace the progs inside to make it available in different areas, plus it comes with two identical power supply circuits. ChargerLab says the front and back components of the power adapter are symmetrical.

Apple has two versions of the power adapter, both of which cost $59. The 35W Dual USB-C Port Power Adapter looks similar to a standard MacBook charger, while the 35W Dual USB-C Port Compact Power Adapter looks like an iPad charger with two ports on the bottom. ChargerLab has broken down the compact version, so we don’t yet know what the internal components of the non-compact model look like.

The 5W dual USB-C port compact power adapter supports up to 35W, and it supports Power Delivery 3.0. It works with four fixed power delivery options, including 5V3A, 9V3A, 15V2.33A, and 20V1.75A. Apple has said that if the Mac and the iPhone or iPad are connected, each device receives up to 17.5W. The same goes for the iPhone or iPad. If a Mac Notebook or iPhone and Apple Watch or AirPods are connected, the Mac/iPhone gets up to 27.5W and the Apple Watch or AirPods get up to 7.5W. If any one device is plugged in, it can get the full 35W.

Apple recommends both new 35W chargers for the MacBook Air to be released in July. Apple hasn’t given a launch date for the MacBook Air yet, but both power adapters are available for purchase today and will ship out immediately.

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