Apple patent shows that MacBook can be designed to wirelessly charge iPhone products
11
Jan 2021

Kirsten Thomas

Apple patent shows that MacBook can be designed to wirelessly charge iPhone products

Apple’s pursuit of wireless charging in recent years is obvious to all, and Apple’s latest patent inductive charging between electronic products shows that the company even plans to allow MacBook to wirelessly charge products such as iPhone and Apple Watch.

It can be found from the patent image that Apple’s design is to add charging coils to areas such as the wrist rest under the MacBook C case, while other products can be placed in these areas for wireless charging. Not only that, these charging coils can in turn charge the MacBook itself.

In addition, the patent image can also see iPad charging iPhone products; MacBook charging iPad products and other designs. However, like most patents filed by Apple in the past, this design may not necessarily be realized in the future.

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