Many Apple fans were disappointed when the manufacturer canceled the highly anticipated AirPower, its first official wireless charger for the iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods.
The great differential of the product was precisely the proposal of simultaneous loading of the three devices, something that until then is not offered by any type of wireless charger – not at least of the form in which the giant of Cupertino proposed.
However, a recent patent filing with the WIPO ( World Intellectual Property Organization ) has raised suspicions about a possible second attempt of the apple with the product.
Held on June 30, 2019, this registration arrived almost a month after the official cancellation of the product launch.
A similar record had also been made in other bodies, however, this post-withdrawal action, in fact, drew much more attention.
Recalling that, according to information passed by the manufacturer itself, AirPower was canceled because it did not meet the required usage patterns.
Apparently, the device overheated too much, which could bring great problems for the apple if it came to the hands of the final consumers.
Of course, we can not say with certainty that the recent record is about a second attempt at the product, after all, it is impossible to rule out some possibilities.
One of them involves the fact that Apple may just be protecting itself intellectually – just imagine, after all the publicity and expectation on the product, if any brand just “hitchhiked” on it all and launched a product with exactly the same name.