Today, the American multinational technology company Apple has officially announced the unveiling of a new USB-C interface watch magnetic suction wireless fast charging module, benefiting the Apple Watch Series 7.
According to the charging head network, Apple has released the latest watch fast charging module Watch Fast Charger Module. This module has a separate design; the power supply portion and the coil are C interface, and it allows wireless fast charging of Apple Watch Series 7 watches.
The American tech giant has started sending out samples to MFi firms. Many Apple-approved cooperative manufacturers will release new products based on this module in the near future, including third-party watch wireless chargers and all-in-one wireless chargers.
The Watch Fast Charger Module, Apple Watch’s USB-C wireless charging option, is distinct from the typical USB-A approach, according to industry insiders, because it has a design that separates the induction coil from the control module.
The tech giant sells and manufactures control modules and induction coil modules to MFi companies. The control module uses double-sided components with power input and output pads, as shown in the schematic diagram, making manufacturing easier for MFi businesses.
Apple’s official website revealed that the Apple Watch Series 7 is compatible with Apple’s own 18W, 20W, 29W, 30W, 61W, 87W, and 96W USB-C chargers, as well as third-party USB-C interface chargers.
The Apple Watch Series 7 charges 33 percent faster than the previous model, and it only takes 45 minutes to charge from 0% to 80%, dramatically improving the user experience. The watch comes with a new aluminum magnetic charger that is built into the wire, and the charging cable has a universal Type-C connector.
With this USB-C magnetic rapidly charging cable support by Apple Watch Series 7, its larger always-on Retina display, rounded design with a larger casing, and durability features has been broadened to a unique class of its companions.