There is no doubting that wireless charging has becoming more and more popular. The availability of devices with wireless charging capabilities is increasing, and the infrastructure supporting wireless charging is expanding quickly. Consumer desire for businesses to embrace technology more quickly has risen as a result of this.
The possibility that these potential customers will buy gadgets that allow wireless charging rises as more people become aware of its advantages. In 2017, Apple moved toward creating its own wireless charging pad, seeing it as a possible source of income. Apple’s wireless charger, known as the Apple AirPower, is renowned for being able to concurrently charge three different devices.
Unfortunately, Apple never formally introduced it and discontinued it due to engineering concerns.
When we fast-forward to 2022, it appears that Tesla is attempting to produce a product equivalent to the Apple AirPower. Tesla announced the release of a new product dubbed the Tesla Wireless Charging Platform amid reports of its stock values spinning out of control. Tesla is a renewable energy corporation best known for its electric vehicles. This wireless pad is a Qi approved wireless charger that can charge gadgets like smartphones, earphones, and smartwatches and has nothing to do with electric cars.
What is possible with the Tesla Wireless Charging Platform?
All Qi-compatible gadgets may be charged with it. The Tesla Wireless Charging Platform is unique in that it can simultaneously charge three different devices at the respectably quick rate of 15W. Tesla claims that the much-delayed Cybertruck served as inspiration for the design of its new wireless charging pad. Along with having an Alcantara surface and an aluminium shell, the charging pad also comes with a removable magnetic stand that enables the devices to be held at an angle.
TechCrunch says that the business’s accessory leverages a technology created by a startup called Aria, even though Tesla did not explicitly state this in their news release announcing the Wireless Charging Platform. The Tesla Wireless Charging Platform is already available for purchase on the company’s website, although deliveries aren’t anticipated until around February 2023.
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