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  • Jan 01,2024
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Apple might be raising its sweats into its wireless charging technology. The company is reportedly working on a new multi-device wireless charging system of the future.

According to Forbes, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman revealed some intriguing information about the company’s future wireless charging technology in its Power On newsletter. Supposedly, the Cupertino- grounded mammoth is working to bring a future where dishes do further than just one device. As of right now, the brand sells the Mag Safe Brace wireless bowl that charges both the iPhone and Apple Watch/ AirPods at the same time.

But as per Gurman, the iPhone maker is working on a successor to the AirPower, which was canceled back in 2019. In the Power On newsletter, Gurman also stated that “there’s a reason why it planned to launch the device in the first place in 2017.” In other words, the company has yet to give up on its plans with wireless charging technology. He further added that Apple is looking for both short and long- distance wireless charging, which is relatively a bit more advanced than its current induction charging- grounded immolations. Gurman believes that the company is imagining a “future where all of Apple’s major bias can charge each other. Imagine an iPad charging an iPhone and also that iPhone charging AirPods or an Apple Watch.”

Likewise, with the European Union cracking down on electronic waste and obliging the brand to conform to the assiduity’s universal norms, the company’s Lightning connectors might soon be replaced in favor of the USB-C. But to avoid this, the company could launch bias that only support wireless charging from its coming multi-device dishes. In other words, there might soon be a time where a port less iPhone launches, with the retail box only having a smartphone since the earphones and charging slipup are formerly out.

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