Next-gen Apple HomePods will be powered by A10 chip while AirPower to be powered by A11

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The Cupertino giant looks forward to updating its entire product lineup in the coming months, and we have already received the list of it. Now, the leaks from the reliable Apple tipster Komiya suggests the fact that the new Apple products will be powerful indeed.

Using its own chips, Apple has always brought great performance and have helped itself to customize its own products for its consumers. That’s why it has always utilized every last bit of their hardware on their variety of products.

Seems like, this time too, Apple will be maximizing the most out of their old, yet capable A10 and A11 chips as both of them will be powering the next-gen HomePods and AirPower respectively. While this will be the 2nd generation HomePod, the AirPower will totally be a new product from Apple.


The original AirPower was announced back in 2017 to help people wirelessly charge their iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods simultaneously. However, their ambitious placement of the power coils led the accessory to overheat, which ultimately led Apple to cancel the accessory in 2019.

Although we might actually see an AirPower Mini alongside new iPhones this month, the original AirPower is not off yet. Interestingly a powerful A11 chip will be powering the device to ultimately help Apple overcome the problems.

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