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To us and me, the Apple AirPower story has been high-profile and well-known for a long time. It's been featured in many Apple TV shows and also on the Apple website. I have personally bought this product myself, and I have not experienced any problems with it. I have used it for a couple of months now, and it works fine. However, to others who are interested in the product and have had problems, the whole AirPower saga is highly embarrassing and mean.

In a nutshell, Apple had this product developed by the PowerBot LLC company, in cooperation with PowerSense Inc., who has developed a similar technology for the iPod Touch. In order to demonstrate it as wireless charging in working condition, and not only have to acknowledge that the business failed to make this product work properly, but actually mean to show off the product as wireless charging done correctly, is massively embarrassing.

As with all Apple products, you can use your own wireless charger on it. You can't simply use any type of chargers, you might have lying around in your house. The product has to be certified by the USB Implementers Forum. The USB-C adapter plugs into a USB port on the side of the iPhone, making use of the standard USB cable that you would have in your hand. As well as being wireless, the wireless charger also works at home, in case you happen to have an extra wall outlet.

The good thing about this product is that it works using the Qi (pronounced 'chee') magnetic energy. This energy is derived from magnets produced by the sun. These are invisible to humans and only detectable by the human body. The body uses this magnetic energy to convert the kinetic energy into electricity. This is how Qi-powered gadgets such as the Fitbit and the Nike Fuelband work.

To get the best experience with this product, however, you should charge the device for a longer period of time. The charger does charge in two to four hours, but you should charge it for at least ten hours or more. If you are not going to use your phone for more than ten hours, you will not have any problems with this product and you won't experience any type of issues.

When you buy the Apple Wireless Charger, it comes with a wall adapter. It is recommended that you always use your device to charge the adapter before you carry the charger with you.

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