Apple patents envision MacBook that wirelessly charges iPhone, iPad and Watch

Apple patents envision MacBook that wirelessly charges iPhone, iPad and Watch

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Your MacBook may wirelessly charge your other Apple devices someday.

US Patent and Trademark Office

Apple reported on Tuesday that someday Apple could be on the lookout for making a MacBook, which wirelessly charges other devices such as the iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. The attached images depict the location of several inductive charging coils placed under the laptop’s frame that allow users to charge multiple devices simultaneously.

The patent also includes images of iPads charging the iPhone and Apple Watch.

Apple writes that the addition of wireless charging can be particularly helpful when people don’t want or can’t track different power supplies for different gadgets. Samsung allows you Charge your devices wirelessly from the back of some Galaxy phones Through the wireless Qi standard.

iPad Wireless Charging Patent

Apple is also imagining wireless charging on the iPad.

US Patent and Trademark Office

The iPhone manufacturer’s patents do not guarantee something like this will become a reality. Comes after Apple cancels its AirPower wireless charging mat Project in 2019, saying that the product does not meet its standards.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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