This new Apple patent will power your MacBook for days without charge
Apple devices are beautifully designed pieces of technology and powerful machines, but daily heavy usage drains their batteries very fast. Fortunately Apple is coming up with a solution.
After a British company we reported on a while ago managed to fit a new type of fuel cells into an iPhone 6, allowing the device to run without charge for a week, now it's time for your MacBook.
According to 9To5Mac the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has published a patent application from the company for the same type of fuel cell system that Intelligent Energy mounted on an iPhone. The system is based on a hydrogen powered battery that reacts with oxygen and generates energy. Your computer could potentially run for weeks at a time and all you need to do is refill the hydrogen when it runs out.
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