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Apple is exploring reverse and “true” wireless charging technology

1 month ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / AirPower, as announced in 2017 before its ultimate cancellation.
A newsletter from Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman claims that Apple is still working on a multidevice wireless charger that would fulfill the promise of its long-canceled AirPower charging mat.
The newsletter that Gurman sent out yesterday claims that Apple is still working on a charger that could handle three devices at once-iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch-despite its failures with AirPower. Apple publicly announced AirPower alongside the iPhone X in 2017, but the product was reportedly plagued with development...
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