Before Apple abandoned its plan to release a first-party all-in-one wireless charging station slated to be called AirPower, the company also showed off some rather appealing charging banners and animations to accompany it. Sadly, those quirky bells and whistles died with AirPower, and Apple never bothered to enable them for other Qi-enabled wireless charging solutions.
Jailbreakers don’t have to do without, however. Maple 2 is a newly released jailbreak tweak by iOS developer LaughingQuoll that brings these fantastic charging features to pwned iOS 13 devices, and even better, the tweak can be customized more profoundly than Apple ever would have permitted out of the box in a native implementation.
Apple may have officially canceled its AirPower concept due to manufacturing difficulties, but that doesn’t mean that jailbreakers can’t enjoy an AirPower-like experience when charging their multitude of Apple devices.
iOS developer LaughingQuoll has released Maple, a new jailbreak tweak that displays all actively-charging devices connected to your handset as individual AirPower-style banners on the Lock screen.
Apple on Friday confirmed that it has officially canceled AirPower. In a statement to TechCrunch's Matthew Panzarino, SVP of Hardware Engineering Dan Riccio said that after much effort, the company has decided to cancel the project.
After Apple first teased AirPower all the way back in 2017, many companies came forward with their own version of the now stillborn product.
We’ve all seen our fair share of AirPower-like devices that may or may not launch on Kickstarter, or those already available at a suspiciously low price, but there is no real product out there that can claim to be the “AirPower Apple won’t release”.
Apple has finally managed to secure the rights to the all-important AirPower trademark ahead of its supposed arrival later this month, but it wasn't an easy task at all.
An eagle-eyed Twitter user has managed to uncover a never-before-seen image on Apple's website depicting the company's elusive multi-device AirPower Qi wireless charger in action.
Apple yesterday seeded a sixth beta of iOS 12.2 to its registered developers and one developer has managed to unearth additional evidence signaling AirPower's imminent launch.
Apple's release schedule for the first half of 2019 allegedly includes the AirPower wireless charging mat plus upgraded AirPods with Qi charging support and extended Bluetooth range.
Second-generation AirPods wireless earphones along with AirPower, Apple's long-expected multi-device Qi wireless charging mat, a fifth-generation iPad mini and an inexpensive 9.7-inch iPad are all thought to be announced in March ahead of launch on Friday, March 29, 2019.
A source claiming knowledge of AirPower development says Apple's elusive multi-device charging accessory is at long last ready for an official release some time in the spring.
Originally intended to be released in 2018, Apple's AirPower wireless charger could be coming soon because the iPhone maker has purportedly begun production of the device.
Nomad introduced a new Base Station Apple Watch Edition charging pad today that allows you to charge up to three devices at once, including of course your Apple Watch and iPhone.