Apple has received FCC approval for its upcoming MagSafe Duo Charger, as reported by MacRumors, paving the way for the company to release the product publicly. In addition to approval, the product reviews have now been conducted and the charger could be released in the next few days.
The FCC file includes a “two coil charger” with the model number A2458. The filing includes images, user manuals, and reports on RF exposure. Before its official launch, Apple also received regulatory approval for the MagSafe duo in other countries, such as Korea.
Last week, Apple revealed that the MagSafe Duo Charger is coming soon and will cost the Apple Store website for $129. This charger allows users to quickly load iPhone 12 and Apple Watch simultaneously. It also folds, making it a versatile charging tool, good both on and off the road.
Although a USB-C to Lightning Cable is included within the MagSafe Duo Charger, it does not include the 20W USB-C wall charger it requires for iPhone and Apple Watch chargers at maximum charge rates.
The MagSafe Duo Charger was first announced in October by Apple during its Hi, Speed and Mini event, iPhone 12, and HomePod. In addition to the MagSafe charger, the charger has been announced, as well as MagSafe Wallet and MagSafe iPhone.