With the introduction of wireless charge for the latest iPhones, it is perfectly reasonable that Apple tries to develop its own hardware.
For this reason, he bought New Zealand's wireless charging company PowerbyProxi for a non-disclosed amount, according to a Stuff report on Wednesday.
Dan Riccio of Apple, senior vice president of engineering logistics, confirmed the takeover at the news point and said the team would be "a big addition as the company is working to create a wireless future."
"We want to offer really effortless charging in more locations and more customers around the world, "he added.
PowerbyProxi was founded by 2007 by businessman Fady Mishriki as an extract from the Auckland University radio research. According to the news agency, Mishriki was quite excited to have participated in Apple.
"There is enormous alignment with our values and we are excited to continue our development in Auckland and we are contributing to the great innovation in wireless charging coming from New Zealand," he said.
The announcement comes from Apple after a series of great steps toward wireless charging this year. In September, Apple unveiled its own multi-device wireless charger, Airpower, confirming its commitment to the Qi wireless standard.
It's not yet clear how PowerbyProxi will help Apple promote wireless charging, but the company is producing a series of higher watt systems - potentially opening the wireless door of larger devices like MacBooks.
PowerbyProxi also holds patents on electric vehicles, which could just be aligned with Apple's most obvious ambitions for automotive driving.