Apple’s allegedly begun production of the elusive AirPower multi-device wireless charger

Originally intended to be released in 2018, the Qi wireless charger could be coming soon because Apple’s suppliers have purportedly begun mass production of the device, with one company said to start churning out first units later this month.

Originally intended to be released in 2018, Apple’s AirPower wireless charger could be coming soon because the iPhone maker has purportedly begun production of the device.... Read the rest of this post here


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Satechi unveils new USB-C Power Delivery travel chargers

The new 30W and 75W portable chargers feature both USB-C and the older USB-A ports so that you can easily fast-charge multiple devices at once, such as your iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Accessory maker Satechi at CES 2019 unveiled a pair of USB-C travel chargers that are compliant with the Power Delivery protocol which was designed to let devices negotiate their power requirements.... Read the rest of this post here


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Satechi unveils new USB-C Power Delivery travel chargers

The new 30W and 75W portable chargers feature both USB-C and the older USB-A ports so that you can easily fast-charge multiple devices at once, such as your iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Accessory maker Satechi at CES 2019 unveiled a pair of USB-C travel chargers that are compliant with the Power Delivery protocol which was designed to let devices negotiate their power requirements.... Read the rest of this post here


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The USB-C Authentication certification stops security attacks through malicious chargers

The new USB-C Authentication certification takes advantage of encryption to prevent security attacks via malicious chargers. Apple is thought to require that MFi chargers pass this certification before they are permitted to fast-charge your iPhone.

Several security experts have warned that a bad actor with a malicious version of a standard power adapter or charge cable could easily damage your computer or another USB-C device, even deliver malware to it in just a few seconds. A new USB-C Authentication certification introduced today by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) seeks to put an end to that.... Read the rest of this post here


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