Apple may use processor Apple A11 to solve the problem of high heat at the base of the shipping AirPower


Last year, Apple announced officially that it decided to terminate the project base wireless charging AirPower which triggered the disappointment. Didn’t the police in detail about the reasons for it, but in the period that preceded the announcement, there were reports that Apple is facing technical problems with the base wireless charging due to high temperature.

However, according to a tweet from Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech, he says that there is a chance that Apple is working on fixing that problem through the use of processor Apple A11 to manage the temperature of your AirPower. Says Jon Prosser to the engineers at Apple are receiving a prototype device named the ” C68 ” asking them to develop a program of communication between devices that use the processor Apple A11 for the ” managing heat dynamically “.

While not mentioned AirPower explicitly, enclose Jon Prosser image in his tweet appear on what looks like the blurry image very similar to AirPower. According to Jon Prosser, one of the reasons for high temperature of the base wireless charging is that the Apple Watch uses a system of charging different compared with the iPhone, and when it is placed with the iPhone, when the temperature rises AirPower.

Was Jon Prosser has previously confirmed that the draft AirPower had not died completely and Apple had to re-revive it. However, he also pointed out that this does not mean that he may be the launch of AirPower in the near future, but it seems that Apple didn’t abandon this device fully until now.


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