Apple's AirPower wireless charging mat might not be dead, but it's not 'less ambitious' than before according to a new report. Here are the details.
Newly leaked AirPower photos show the Apple Watch and AirPods charging on Apple's unreleased wireless charging mat. Here are the details.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has been at it again, this time sharing a raft of claims that range from a sort of AirPower-lite, to new high-end headphones. Kuo reckons we can expect them to be announced this year, too.
Nomad is understandably very pleased with its upcoming Base Station Pro wireless charging mat and it's now shared a behind-the-scenes video about it, too. Watch it here.
It’s been one of the biggest will-they won’t-they stories of technology in recent times, and we all hoped that Apple would be able to pull AirPower off. But alas, after more than year of expectation, the company has officially canned the project.
Apple AirPower has been shown printed on the back of AirPods Wireless Charging Case retail box, including compatibility details. Here's what we know about this.
When Apple launched the updated AirPods recently, it looks like it may have also updated an image on its Australian website and, you guessed it, there's AirPower in all its glory.
Apple's AirPower is now so late now, it's almost laughable. According to a new report, we might finally be set to see the end of a saga, with AirPower having been approved for production earlier this year.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is in prolific form right now, sharing his thoughts on the route the company will take throughout 2019. We've already shared his thoughts on the iPhone and Mac, and now it's the Apple Watch and accessories' turn.
Speculation is currently rife about Apple's AirPods as well as the highly anticipated AirPower accessory. Now, to add to existing speculation, China-based Economic Daily News is reporting that Inventec is expecting an earnings boost due to the fact that the business is producing an upgraded version of AirPods on behalf of Apple.