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Shipment Of AirPower Wireless Charger By Apple Delayed Due To Overheating Issues

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 Shipment Of  AirPower wireless Charger By Apple  Delayed Due To Overheating Issues


Apple’s AirPower wireless charging pad could be facing overheating issues, according to two separate reports. Apple leaker Sonny Dickson, who cites “multiple internal sources”, claims that the company has struggled with heat management which affects accuracy and charging speed. Dickson now believes that the AirPower may be “canceled, dramatically delayed, or taken back to the drawing board with an all new design.”
In a blog post he writes: “Currently the device produces far too much heat, which causes performance setbacks, and can affect the ability of the devices to charge if they become too warm in the process. It also affects the ability of Apple’s custom charging chip, which runs a stripped down version of iOS, to function as intended.”
He includes: "Apple's designers have been encountering both equipment and programming issues with the correspondence among AirPower and gadgets put on the tangle, - particularly the correspondence of Apple Watch and AirPod charging information to the iPhone, which screens the charge level of all gadgets set on the tangle." 
Understood Apple blogger John Gruber of Dragon Fireball likewise trusts that the AirPower is very nearly getting dropped, however Apple is yet to let it out on an open stage.
In a consequent blog entry, Gruber said Apple needed to go totally back to the point where it all began and begin once again with a completely extraordinary plan, or they've chosen to surrender and they simply would prefer not to say as much. 
Apple declared the AirPower remote charging cushion nearby the iPhone X in 2017. At the time, the organization said the charging cushion will enable Apple clients to charge their iPhones, AirPods and Apple Watch on a similar surface. Be that as it may, a year in the wake of reporting the AirPower, there's still no word on a cost or accessibility.

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