Most of us presume that Apple’s 29W energy brick can a number of units on MagSafe Duo Charger. Nonetheless, that doesn’t appear to be the case. Apple has up to date its help web page with new data.
Apple’s MagSafe Duo Charger can cost a number of units like iPhone 12 and Apple Watch concurrently. Nonetheless, this isn’t attainable in case you are utilizing Apple’s 29W energy brick. That is although solely 15W is required for charging a number of units.
The support page begins by mentioning the ability brick of 20W is sufficient.
Use the included USB-C to Lightning cable to plug in your MagSafe Duo Charger to a advisable 20 watt (W) or better Apple USB-C energy adapter* or a suitable third-party USB-C adapter. You can too connect with a USB-C port on a Mac or PC.”
The footnote says Apple’s 29W USB-C Energy Adapter isn’t suitable with MagSafe Duo Charger. This implies you’ll have to get Apple’s new 30W energy brick to make use of with the MagSafe Duo charger.
Apple additionally mentions the rationale why 29W USB-C Energy Adapter isn’t suitable with the MagSafe Duo charger. The MagSafe Duo works with USB Energy Supply 3.0 protocol, and the 29W misses out on this characteristic. The USB Energy Supply 3.0 debuted on a 30W model and thus is suitable with the MagSafe charger. That being mentioned, you may all the time depend on third-party energy bricks that help Energy Supply 3.0.
We perceive the 29W energy brick doesn’t help MagSafe Duo Charger attributable to technical points. This yr Apple stopped bundling the brand new iPhones with a wall charger citing environmental causes. Nonetheless, the bundled energy cable requires USB-C energy brick, forcing customers to purchase a brand new energy brick. We want Apple is extra considerate when it needs to take away options or any of the in-box equipment.