Microsoft’s next Surface Pen looks like it’ll have wireless charging

An updated version of the Microsoft Surface Pen, which will be announced at the company's annual fall hardware event on October 2, may come with wireless charging. The FCC application for the stylus refers to a "charging coil", which indicates that the pen is powered internally and can be used without AAAA batteries, as with the current model of the pen. With a wireless charging stylus, it turns out that the coil is used for this exact purpose. In every disassembly of the S-Pen of this JerryRig Galaxy Note 10 Plus, you can find the charging coil towards the tip of the pen and show how to charge the phone with the pen.

The Apple Pencil 2, which is magnetically attached and charged to the side of the iPad Pro, boasts a similar charging coil. You can see it in the iFixit category in the photo below. Since the Surface pen is already magnetically attached to your Surface laptop even without charging, this FCC filing will be a sign of upcoming features.

microsofts next surface pen looks like itll have wireless charging

Inside of Apple Pencil 2

The upcoming Surface Pen may be another accessory purchased separately for about $ 99, which comes with the new Surface Pro family. You need to find out more about Microsoft's fall event on October 2nd.

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