According to reports, Apple canceled plans to add features similar to Samsung’s PowerShare to the iPhone 13. This feature allows users to wirelessly charge AirPods and other devices through the phone’s built-in battery.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said that Apple has internally discussed the goal of allowing many of its mobile devices (such as Apple Watch, AirPods and iPhone) to charge each other, but that this feature will not be available in the near future. It’s too possible. For the 2019 iPhone, Apple plans, but has cancelled, the feature that allows users to charge AirPods on the back of the phone. “
This is not to say that Apple did not try to find a solution for wireless charging on the go. Someone told Gullman that Apple is working on a magnetic battery pack that can be fixed to the iPhone 1
Unlike past iPhone battery extenders, this is not the case. It is just a battery, the outer layer is covered with white rubber, which can make your phone and other accessories wirelessly charge.
According to internal testing, the battery pack can be left in place. But development stalled due to errors (indicating that the packaging was not actually overheating).
Of course, just because Apple is reported to be developing a product, it does not indicate the actual product released. Apple released the AirPower mat in 2017, which can charge multiple devices at the same time. The mat was eventually cancelled due to overheating issues.
As for wireless charging and MagSafe, this seems to be the future Apple is looking forward to. There have been rumors of MagSafe appearing on the MacBook in 2021. And, as the rumors say, if the portless iPhone 13 can be achieved, then MagSafe will be the only way to keep the phone charged.