The patent includes a diagram of a desktop computer, its keyboard, mobile music player and a mouse all plugged to the "virtual chargingarea." As explained in the patent, the system utilizes the “near-field magnetic resonance” powersupply that communicates between the device and the charging area.
Wireless charging is already used by several companies, but until now, for some reason, Apple insisted on charging by cords. For a year or so the rumors have been cruising that Apple was getting ready to move to wireless charging. The rumor was supported by several relevant patents. This latest one justconfirms that Apple might be ready for a switch.
Of course, having a patent and the available technology does not mean that Apple will have it ready for the market any time soon. But, it is not like Apple to ignore any new technology that is already available by the competitors, especially if it is popular with the consumers.
This is the Best Cat Video of 2014
Friskies has selected the Best Cat Video of the year and awarded the maker the $25,000 Grand Prize. Watch the best cat youtube video of 2014 below.
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