Please provide clarification on what Apple charging modes are supported by the TPS2513(A).
From the datasheets, it looks like the TPS2513 supports Apple 5W (D+ = 2 V, D- = 2.7 V) and Apple 10W (D+ = 2.7 V , D- = 2 V), but the chip must be hardwired into one of the 2 configurations. Is it correct that the TPS2513 can only be set up as either a fixed 5W or 10W charger, but cannot be set up to autodetect and choose between the two?
It is stated that the TPS2513A supports the Apple 12W standard (D+ = 2.7 V, D- = 2.7 V). Is this in addition to the simultaneously supporting the 5W and 10W standards?
On the TPS2513 datasheet, figures 9-11 indicate that the charger switch can automatically set the proper voltages for any of the 3 apple modes. This is consistent with the 'USB Charging Port Controllers (USB-CPC)' table in the 'USB Power Switch and Charging Port Controller Selector Guide' which states that the TPS2513A supports all 3 apple modes. However, figures 14 & 15 in the TPS2513 datasheet show that the selection between 5W and 10W is permanently set by the D+ and D- connections between the TPS2513 and the USB port.
Does the TPS2513A support and autodetect all 3 Apple divider modes? Or does it only support divider 3 [12W] and (divider 1 [5W] or divider 2 [10W])?
Is there a set date for when the TPS2513A will go from preview to active?