Some four years after Apple publicly unveiled its vision of free-placement wireless charging in AirPower — and two years after the device was cancelled — the company is reportedly continuing work to bring the technology to market.
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Nomad's impressive Base Station Pro wireless charger is finally available to order, and after using this new free-position, three-device wireless charger for the past couple weeks, we're sold on the future of charging.
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Apple is predicted to release its own branded wireless charging mat in the first half of 2020, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, though the product may not be the AirPower stand-in users are hoping for.
Accessory maker Zagg is reportedly planning a new location agnostic wireless charging mat that makes "sweet spots" a thing of the past, technology Apple attempted to bring to market with its cancelled AirPower device.
The Zens Liberty is a new wireless charger that does its best to live up to Apple's AirPower hype with the ability to place devices nearly anywhere on its surface. While it succeeds in many ways, it doesn't entirely emulate Apple's ill-fated charger.