The POP charging station from Edison Junior prompted a policy change from Apple
The POP Portable features a 2,600 mAh battery
The POP charger features a combo 30-pin/micro-USB connector
The POP charger comes in battery-powered "Portable" and AC-powered "Station" models
The POP charger can charge multiple devices at once
Last week, after Apple pulled the plug on the POP multi-device charging station crowdfunding campaign, the device was set to claim the dubious honor of becoming the largest refund from a Kickstarter project to date. After exceeding its funding goal almost three times over, Apple informed the device’s creator, James Siminoff, that its licensing rules wouldn’t allow a device that featured both Lightning and 30-pin adapters. Apple says it has now reviewed its specifications, possibly giving POP the green light.
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