Apple introduced new 35W power adapters with dual USB-C ports at WWDC 2022, and they are now available to order, as noted by 9to5Mac† The adapters are available in standard or compact sizes, both priced at $59 in the United States.


The compact version of the adapter is already in the box with the new MacBook Air when configured with an M2 chip with a 10-core GPU and 512 GB of storage or better, but is now also available separately from Apple.com and the Apple Store app. The new MacBook Air will be available next month, according to Apple.

Both adapters feature folding prongs and can be used to charge multiple devices at once. Apple recommends using the adapters with the new MacBook Air, but they’re also compatible with the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, AirPods, and more.

The availability of the compact adapter is limited to the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand.

Apple has not yet started accepting orders for the USB-C to MagSafe 3 cable in Starlight, Midnight, or Space Gray.

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