Apple A2305 20W Charger probably received by 5G iPhone 12

Apple A2305 20W Charger
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Earlier today, images of a new Apple charger, affecting the model number Apple A2305, [Apple A2305 20W Charger] were leaked courtesy of a Twitter account, which goes by Mr-White. The leaked image of the charger shows that it will have an output power of 20W. This charger has been developed for the upcoming series of iPhone, iPhone 12.

Now, we have some new information regarding the charger which was leaked earlier. The Apple A2305 is now certified through the NEMKO certification platform. In addition, we have seen another unannounced Apple Charger, which we have never heard before on NEMKO (Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll) and the Australian certification platform A2247. Let’s take a look at what these certifications reveal.

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Apple A2305 20W Charger – NEMKO certification

Apple A2305 20W Charger - NEMKO certification
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The NEMKO certification of the Apple 2305 charger shows that the charger has an output power (9Vx2.22A) of up to 20W, exactly as we saw in its leaked image. This certification also shows that the charger has a USB Type-C port and supports the USB PD (power delivery) protocol.

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Apple A2305 20W Charger gets Australian and NEMKO certifications

Apple 2247 20W charger gets Australian and NEMKO certifications
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Coming to the Apple 2247, its Australian certification suggests that the charger has a 20W output (9V x 2.22A) and USB PD support. On the other hand, Apple A2247’s NEMKO certification shows that the charger has a USB Type-C port.

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Currently, we do not know how these two chargers differ from each other. Their model numbers are completely different so there should be some difference between the two chargers. Hopefully, we will know about those differences when we get to see more certifications of these chargers.