Apple is developing a wireless magnetic battery to charge the latest generation of smartphones. Bloomberg reported this on Friday, citing sources. According to the agency’s interlocutors, Apple experts have been working on this new product for a year and planned to present it to the general public a few months after the presentation of the iPhone 12 line of smartphones held in October last year.
The wireless battery will be MagSafe compatible, designed to instantly magnetize and charge faster. The battery case will most likely be made of white rubberized material.
The future development, Bloomberg explains, differs from the Apple’s Smart Battery Case. These are designed to increase battery power and protect, for example, the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Founded in 1976, Apple, in addition to iPhone smartphones, produces MacBook laptops, iPad tablets, iMacs computers, iPod music players and other high-tech products. In 2014, information appeared that the company began to design a car.
According to Reuters, the company is now aiming to present an “apple” electric car for the mass market by 2024. The car will use a unique technology that will fix the problem of high prices for batteries, as well as increase the range without additional recharging.
The Corporation, headquartered in Cupertino, California, is one of the largest in the world. Its market capitalization exceeds $1.2 trillion.