According to a series of reports citing several sources close to the problem, overheating, communication and interference problems continue to impede the development of Apple's AirPower wireless charging device. This problem contributed to the absence of AirPower announced last week.
AirPower was announced more than a year ago at the same event as iPhone X's Apple announcement, the company's first device supporting wireless charging. AirPower is the company's first wireless charger, it was able to charge AirPod (with a compatible box), Apple, iPhone at the same time. The consensus seems to have far more than Apple does to mesh with ambitious devices.
To write about A bold fireballTechnology blogger John Gruber accuses the camera to overheat due to the multi-coil design of the AirPower carpet. These rumors of overheating have existed since June, and Apple still seems to be struggling to find a solution.
Another technology blogger, Sonny Dickson, supports this kind of rumor and explains the extent of the problem in detail. In addition to being too hot to effectively charge the device, the AirPower carpet is also difficult to communicate with them. In other words, we do not know the load level of the filling device.
Finally, according to Dickson, when trying to charge more than one device at the same time, interference problems occurred.
Both Gruber and Dickson have not promised to tell if the device has been completely postponed or canceled, but neither agree that the situation is not good for Apple. Mr. Grover said, "I got it right." "Failing to fail" is a way for Dixon to express the general feelings of business.
Certainly, referring to the unfortunate device deleted on the Apple site, you should not expect AirPower to come back at any time …
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