I bought that with a brilliant QC 3.0 charger brick and the watch would charge for 2 seconds then stop. I returned it and kept the power brick that has both QC 30 USB A and 30W USB C charging for my MacBook.
I actually use an Apple 12w power brick with mine and both my iPhone and AW are always fully charged in the morning, so no complaints.I bought that with a brilliant QC 3.0 charger brick and the watch would charge for 2 seconds then stop. I returned it and kept the power brick that has both QC 30 USB A and 30W USB C charging for my MacBook.
The packaging for the AirPods does not include the illustration of AirPower; only the separate wireless charging case packaging has the AirPower illustration.I have swayed from side to side about whether AirPower will ever arrive. Currently, I just don't think they will. The fact that they have changed the packaging the AirPods not to show AirPower on the illustration and that Gen 2 AirPods have been piling up warehouses for months until they bit the bullet and released them just tells me that they don't have a product ready.
Good guess! I don't know how successful it would have been anyway. Considering wireless chargers are so cheap and for a very little extra functionality this was probably going to run $200 minimum...Like others have said, I’ve moved on. Apples window to release AirPower has closed IMO. Not having it ready at the release of AirPods 2 means the last holdouts are probably going to seek other solutions. My guess is that apple will quietly scrap it.
Lol why is that? Apple aren't exactly known for being innovative or for introducing groundbreaking tech. They're good at buying companies with new tech, refining it, and rebranding it as an apple product or new tech.I REALLY WANTED one. God damn it. The worst is that now that apple couldn’t pull it off, I doubt that anybody else ever will come up with a proper solution. Super sad.