Apple’s AirPower Charging Mat May Not Be Dead After All

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At the time, inside information provided by well-known Apple insider Sonny Dickson suggested that Apple's engineers weren't able to deliver on what was promised when it was first revealed. Well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo noted that Apple was working on a "smaller charging mat", however no further details were provided at the time. Talk of units catching fire echoed around Silicon Valley, but Jon Prosser now seems to think the old heat problem is being worked on once more.

For the uninitiated, the AirPower was cancelled as the product didn't meet "Apple's standards".

According to a MacRumors report, reliable YouTube leaker Jon Prosser has tweeted that Apple's AirPower project is back on track, suggesting that Apple hasn't given up on the AirPower yet. An innovation, tons of Apple faithful were looking forward too. He also pointed out that the tech giant is trying to release a wireless charging mat that actually works with the Apple Watch. Apple claimed its wireless charging mat would allow users to place devices anywhere in the mat to charge whereas results were unsatisfactory in internal testing. Here Prosser partially confirmed these claims and stated that AirPower's charging coils were replaced so that heat management was successfully completed. According to followup tweet from Prosser, the new versions are still struggling to charge the Apple Watch, despite working with AirPods and iPhones, meaning that there's still plenty of work for Apple's engineers to do. However, there is no guarantee that the accessory will ever be released.

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