While its CEO is a little busy elsewhere, Tesla has rolled out a wireless charger shaped vaguely like its Cybertruck, with the same goal — but not design ethos — as Apple's AirPower.
A new video on Friday has given an in-depth look at a prototype version of Apple's AirPower, the canceled multi-device charging mat that was beset by engineering difficulties from the start.
Despite filing to bring AirPower to market, Apple still intends to create a multi-device charger, a report claims, with the iPhone maker looking beyond existing induction-based wireless charging.
A rare Apple device collector has acquired a prototype of the cancelled AirPower wireless charging pad, and has published a video showing the device connecting to an iPhone.
In this week's roundup, Apple's supply chain is preparing for this year's product updates, as well as rumors about the iPad Pro, and the possibility that AirPower may still exist.
Despite officially cancelling the AirPower project, more evidence has emerged of how Apple is continuing to research solving problems with wireless charging.
In the week ahead of Apple's developer event, we look at what to expect at WWDC 2021, more iPad Pro and MagSafe rumors, firmware and betas, and Ted Lasso.
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.
Apple's MagSafe Duo has arrived at last, and we've been going in deep on Apple's ProRaw format with iPhone 12 Pro Max photography. Plus what it's like moving from an Intel i9 16-inch MacBook Pro to the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon.