In 2017, Apple announced AirPower wireless charging, which was never released due to manufacturing issues. Rumors have already appeared several times that the charge will still come out, but so far they have remained just rumors.
Trusted source Mark Gurman of Bloomberg was informed that despite the delayed launch, Apple is still working on the AirPower universal charging mat. According to him, the charger will be able to charge the iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods at the same time. The new charging accessory may include support for short and long distance charging technology.
Also according to Mark, Apple is working on introducing reverse charging into their devices. It is planned that as a result, each of the main products of the company will be able to feed each other.
We’ve previously seen the debut of reverse charging in Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack for iPhone 12 | 13. But this type of charging is only available if the iPhone is connected to a wired power source and is more than 80% charged.
A source: 9to5mac