Apple Begins Selling Belkin's 70W Dual USB-C Charger and Other Accessories

Apple today began selling some additional accessories through its online store, including a 70W charger from Belkin with dual USB-C ports. The charger can be used to charge a MacBook at up to 50W and an iPhone or iPad at up to 20W simultaneously. It is ideal for charging any MacBook Air, but it is also compatible with MacBook Pro models.

Belkin 70W Dual USB C Port Charger
The charger is built with gallium nitride (GaN) material for a more compact design and improved charging efficiency compared to traditional silicon-based chargers. In the United States, the charger features foldable prongs and is priced at $59.95, and a 65W version of the charger with a Type G plug is available in the United Kingdom.

Apple released its own 35W dual USB-C chargers earlier this month, with compact and standard size options priced at $59 each. Belkin's charger offers double the total wattage at a nearly identical price point, providing customers with a more versatile and affordable option for charging multiple Apple devices at the same time.

belkin wireless charger
Belkin's updated 3-in-1 wireless charging stand with MagSafe has also been made available to order through Apple's online store after being announced earlier today. The new version of the stand adds fast charging support for the Apple Watch Series 7, allowing the watch to charge from 0% to 80% battery life in approximately 45 minutes.

The stand remains able to charge an iPhone 12 or newer via MagSafe at up to 15W speeds, and an AirPods or AirPods Pro case at up to 5W speeds. In the United States, the stand is priced at $149.95 and is available in white or black.

OtterBox 2 in 1 MagSafe Charger
Apple has also started selling OtterBox's 2-in-1 wireless charging stand with MagSafe for $129.95. The stand features a MagSafe charger that can charge an iPhone, or an AirPods case when tilted upright, along with a magnetic charging puck for the Apple Watch that is said to include fast charging support for the Series 7.

Other accessories added to Apple's online store include the Eve Outdoor Cam, Eve smart plugs, the Philips Hue Gradient Signe floor light, a special Apple bundle for the Insta360 ONE RS Twin Edition action camera, and more.

Top Rated Comments

dumastudetto Avatar
8 months ago

Meanwhile… over at Anker on Amazon..

Can’t believe these are getting attention
I can.

Consumers want quality products that have been thoroughly tested, meet stringent standards, and guarantee 100% compatibility with their favorite devices.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
kyjaotkb Avatar
8 months ago

I can.

Consumers want quality products that have been thoroughly tested, meet stringent standards, and guarantee 100% compatibility with their favorite devices.
Anker Lightning cables are vastly superior to Apple’s - they don’t fray and gunk out. Their chargers have been rock-solid in my experience and are generally well reviewed. Their portable batteries are top-notch. They make the best baby monitor. Their Bluetooth smart scales and their robotic vacuum cleaners are among the best. Just one guy’s opinion of course but Anker sits higher up in my book than these overpriced Apple Store MFI favourites. To each their own!
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zorinlynx Avatar
8 months ago
To this day I don't understand why Apple sells an $80 96W Macbook charger that only has ONE USB-C port on it. The thing is huge and heavy and massive, surely they could have port a second port, or hell, FOUR ports on that thing and make it an awesome charging solution for all your stuff at once?

But nope... BIG BRICK with only one port on it, and they let the competition make more versatile chargers. The heck you doing over there Apple?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BeatCrazy Avatar
8 months ago

Any deals on the now discontinued one with slower Apple Watch charging? Have always wanted one but never wanted to pay $150 for one.
$120 via Costco:
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fwmireault Avatar
8 months ago
For my fellow Canadians, the Logitech Circle View doorbell ('http://Sonnette filaire Circle View de Logitech'), which was US exclusive since its launch, is now showing on the Canadian Apple Store. Not avaible for purchase yet, but it’s probably coming soon!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
troy14 Avatar
8 months ago
Meanwhile… over at Anker on Amazon..

Can’t believe these are getting attention
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