Once upon a time, there was a wireless charging device known as AirPower coming from Apple. The company's first attempt at a device like this was basically swinging for the fences, letting owners of compatible devices simply place their device(s) wherever they wanted on the wireless charger to top them up. However, it wasn't meant to be.
Apple is reportedly developing a new inductive charging mat that could wirelessly charge multiple devices at once. On top of that, Apple is researching new charging technologies.
Is Apple going to launch a wireless charger at some point in the future? It's certainly possible! Apple might have cancelled AirPower, but that doesn't mean the dream is quite dead just yet.
Remember AirPower? We recently saw the internals of the canceled wireless charging mat, and now a new report says we can expect a new effort from Apple soon.
It feels like it has been a long time since Apple showed off, and subsequently canceled, its first wireless charger, the AirPower. But today of all days we supposedly get to see inside the device.
Serial leaker Jon Prosser in a series of tweets published Friday updated his followers on what his sources are telling him about Apple's upcoming product launches.
Prolific and increasingly reliable leaker Jon Prosser today tweeted out an image suggesting Apple may have solved overheating and interference issues plaguing its multi-device AirPower wireless charger which has been hyped since the summer of 2017 but has yet to materialize.
Remember AirPower, Apple's wireless charging mat? It's been awhile since the company canceled that product, and now rumor has it there might be a new model on the way.
Despite previously cancelling its multi-device wireless charging mat, Apple is now allegedly prototyping a revised AirPower accessory, but will it ever see the light of day?
The ad free (Unofficial) Apple Archive that launched today is a rabbit hole of awesomeness not just for true fans but for everyone interested in Apple history. The best thing about this project — it comes with some interesting materials that never saw the light of day, like this unreleased social media advertisement for the (also unreleased) AirPower wireless charger.
If you'd prefer a mophie-branded wireless charging mat with a "drop anywhere" feature, one may be on the way.
Dutch brand Zens today announced that it's Liberty multi-device Qi wireless charger is now available to order. Although the Liberty does not include all of the features of Apple's ill-fated charger, early reviews indicate that it succeeds in many of the ways the AirPower failed.