resolutionAn apple He was eagerly waiting. It is finally coming. Apple chose, for the first time, to use its power electronic components in gallium nitride (GaN) and not in silicon as it has done so far, for the 16-inch MacBook Pro charger. This is what reveals Canadian reverse engineering company TechInsights has analyzed and analyzed the contents of this 140W charger.
The Apple charger has so far shown a power of 96W. That of the new 16-inch MacBook Pro represents an almost 50% increase in power. According to TechInsights, this increase would have prompted the California giant to switch to GaN technology to avoid amplifying power, heating, weight and weight losses, while speeding up recharging.
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