Apple continues to work on a new AirPower multi-device charger

AirPower

In the keynote of September 2017, together with the launch of the new and revolutionary iPhone X, Tim Cook and his team also announced the AirPower. Taking advantage of the novelty of the wireless charging of the new iPhone, the company wanted to launch a new concept of charger “all in one”.

Two years later, after a long wait and a list of rumors about said device, Apple canceled the project, and the AirPower it did not get to see the light, alleging technical problems. Now it seems that these problems have been saved, and they return to the charge to finally be able to manufacture it. We will see.

Mark Gurman just posted on his blog Bloomberg that Apple is still bent on making a multi-device wireless charger, its famous AirPower, which was never commercially launched.

It would be a different concept from the current charger MagSafe dúo. The one you can buy today are two chargers, one MagSafe for iPhone and one for Apple Watch, “glued” in a single case.

The idea would be a kind of larger mat, where you can deposit any Apple device in any area of ​​the charger, and that it charges wirelessly, be it a iPhone, some AirPods, or a Apple Watch, alone, or several at the same time.

Gurman also comments that Apple’s idea is that the reverse charge be a reality in the not too distant future. that would mean that from the back of your iPhone you have the possibility at any given moment to charge your AirPods or your Apple Watch.

The truth is that there are many third-party all-in-one chargers on the market that can simultaneously charge an iPhone, an Apple Watch, and an AirPods case, but they are all different device-specific chargers. linked together with a variety of shell models of different designs.

Apple wants to curl the curl with its Multi-device charger mat unified. Therein lies the technical difficulty of the invention. We’ll see if he gets away with it in the end. Or not…



Source: Actualidad iPhone by www.actualidadiphone.com.

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