Report: Apple iWatch coming next October
There might be some response from Apple to this subject matter. The report out of China insists that the Apple iWatch will be able to support wireless charging from 3.2 feet away. This would mean that the wireless charging would not be based on Qi's standards, but would use a magnetic resonance system similar to what Samsung is rumored to be using for its smartphones starting in the middle of next year. If you had enough chargers, you could set them up in certain areas of your home or in your car or office, and the watch could recharge once you were within range.
We caution you to take this report with a grain of salt since at this point, reports about what the iWatch will look like or its functions are speculation. Even those who claim to have seen the watch with their own two eyes don't know if what they were looking at was a prototype that could be changed before it is released.
source: Ctech.cn (translated), GforGames via TheRegister