Purewick Systems, the makers of a popular heat pump that is used in many smartphone cases, are looking to market their heat pump in the Apple Watch and iPhone cases as a possible replacement for traditional air-cooled fans.
The company announced on Monday that it has entered into an agreement with Apple to sell its heat pump on the Apple App Store.
The Purewick system is used on the popular Purewick Cooler for iPhones and iPads, and the company has made a number of other heat pumps available on the App Store, including a Cooler and a Coolzer.
Purewick said the Heat Pump will be available for $9.99 and will be compatible with Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad models.
“We believe that a true companion device for the Apple watch, iPhone and iPad is the Purewick Heat Pump.
It’s a powerful and versatile cooling solution that makes use of the power of Apple Watch to provide maximum efficiency and cooling performance for Apple devices,” Purewick CEO and co-founder Steve Troughton said in a statement.
“Apple Watch and its new Watch Series 3 have been very successful in providing a new class of wearable computing devices that provide users with the flexibility to control and control the device from anywhere, anytime.”
The Purewalk Heat Pump uses the Apple’s proprietary Cooler, which is an Apple-designed cooling system, to cool the device.
Puretek said that the Apple Cooler can use up to 10 watts of power, and will provide up to 40 hours of standby time.
Purewick is known for their popular Purewicks and Heatpumps, and their other heat pump systems are often available for sale on the company’s website for a few bucks.
However, Purewick does not sell its own heat pumps, and it did not immediately respond to a request for comment.