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Apple is there with some outstanding technology patents to implement in the future years. Cupertino giant has already filed a patent for implementing 3D Touch in Macbook touch bars.
The latest news says that the iPhone maker is rigorously working to implement two-way wireless charging coils into their devices to be able to create a closed wireless-charging ecosystem.
The US Patent and Trademark Office awarded Apple with “Inductive charging between electronic devices” according to the patent. This patent suggests that Apple might integrate unique two-way charging coils into their mobile devices to create a community of wireless charging very soon.
How Will it Work?
One single power cord will be able to charge multiple Apple devices, according to the innovation of the near future. The company is trying hard to implement this by placing multiple “inductive coils” on both the front and the back of mobile devices like the MacBook, iPhone, and iPad.
“A first inductive coil and a second inductive coil positioned separate from the first inductive coil, both the first inductive coil and the second inductive coil being positioned within the enclosure and between the display and the back surface of the enclosure, and operable to wirelessly transmit power to, or receive power from, an external device positioned proximate to the enclosure,”
reads the patent.
In addition to this, the patent also gives us an idea of how they will place the inductive coils on various positions on the MacBook, like on the lid or the rest of the device. This way, anyone can simply place an iPhone, iPad, or an Apple Watch on the lid of a MacBook in order to wirelessly charge it.
Last but not the least, the applications of this patent range may one day be a blessing for all Mac and iPhone users if it is able to get rid of the last port available on iPhones/iPad.
Still, now this is only a patent and as we know, Apple will not be able to implement it unless it is completely ready for the consumer market.
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