Can an induction stove charge an Apple Watch etc.?

I was watching This Old House and they talked about induction stoves, which I hadn't thought about for a while. What would happen if an Apple Watch or other magnetically charged device were put on one of these? Would the battery promptly over heat? Or would it charge?

Rule 34-ish

https://www.quora.com/What-happens-if-you-put-a-phone-with-a-wireless-charging-coil-in-it-near-an-induction-cooker

This guy tried a phone and it didn't charge.

Jeffrey Nadrich

Qds, you must be thinking of a different rule 34.

Or you are dangerously out there.

Have you ever tried cooking sausage on an induction stove?

Ouch?

Have you ever tried cooking a sausage on an iPhone charger?

No, but later I may try putting my phone on the microwave. I hear putting microwaves into your phone increases it’s receptivity and atm is a little flat.

I don't know about microwaving a phone, but you know they solved the question of why grapes explode in a microwave, right? So (and I really did this) I drilled a half inch hole in a piece of wood, and put it in the microvave. After about 7 seconds in HIGH, the hole erupted in intense fire.

Pretty cool. It's much more receptive now.

ChrisTenone:
Qds, you must be thinking of a different rule 34.

Or you are dangerously out there.

Wasn't the rule 34 the rule about that thing. You know, "THOSE" stuff.