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Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
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Apple officially announced that it had canceled its AirPower project because it was unable to pass standard quality tests as a highly efficient product that reflected Apple’s ambitions and aspirations.

The announcement was made by Dan Rico, vice president of product engineering at Apple, who said they had decided to stop working on the AirPower because it would not meet the high standards. He also apologized to consumers who were waiting And said they are committed to developing the wireless shipping plan in the future.

Many previous reports have dealt with the AirPower since it was announced in 2017 at the launch of iPhone X, which was likely to be available to users shortly after the announcement, but this has not happened yet as the company launched a number of different arguments.

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