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In March, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that Apple would release the 30W GaN charger in the coming year. 

The leaker DuanRui claims that an unidentified company is sending brand new 30-watt chargers for outlets to test using the forthcoming iPhone 14 Pro series.

Another leaker, Kioriku, reports that the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will charge at 30W, 

Close to zero, then drop to 27-25W (that's how a typical charge curve operates).

The iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are charged between 23W and 27W, respectively,

 So it will be a minor increase if Apple decides to go with a rapid charging curve (doubtful).

Apple has been selling several GaN chargers. These include one that is 140W designed for the 16" MacBook Pros and dual chargers with 35W that were introduced with the launch of the M2 MacBook Air. 

They are using USB C-to-C cables, and those for the iPhone 14 generation will stick to the Lighting (the first generation to do this, according to Kuo, due to the new EU rules).