For Apple’s longest running vaporware, it’s death after death


You might recall that Apple originally introduced AirPower on September 12th, 2017 during the same event that brought to our attention the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. The wireless charging pad was designed to wirelessly charge an iPhone, an Apple Watch, and an AirPods wireless charging case simultaneously. In March of last year, 562 days after it was originally unveiled, Apple officially canceled the product stating that it could not be manufactured to Apple’s high standards. Part of the problem was believed to be an issue with the coils which would need to be placed in a manner allowing the pad to charge at once all of the devices that Apple promised it would. There was also concern that the accessory was overheating.

It seems that this time the dirt really has been shoveled over AirPower, especially with MagSafe’s potential to generate some revenue for Apple now and in the future.

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