Apple’s Long-Awaited Wireless Charging Mat AirPower Is Finally Coming

AirPower, Apple’s long-awaited wireless charging solution is finally coming after it missed the 2018 deadline, ChargerLab has learned from Apple’s Asia supply chain, who have claimed that both Chinese manufacturers Luxshare Precision and Pegatron has started production of the AirPower. For those unfamiliar with the matter, Luxshare is also responsible for the manufacturing of AirPods and USB-C cables.

Breaking: AirPower is finally coming. We just learned from credible source in supply chain that the manufacture Luxshare Precision has already started producing Apple AirPower wireless charging pad. Luxshare Precision is also the maker of Apple AirPods and USB-C cables.

Apple AirPower: Another source claims Pegatron is set to start mass produce AirPower at Jan 21. Pegatron is also an Apple OEM in Asia. The company employee says AirPower has total three layers of coils in 8-7-7 configuration from bottom to top.

AirPower was first announced at the iPhone X event back in September of 2017, it allows you to charge multiple devices at the same time, later, though, Apple removed all references about the wireless charging on its website following the iPhone XS Keynote, but it was still mentioned in the iPhone user guide, as well as job postings, and a few patent applications.

We conclude that if AirPower is finally coming, it’s expected the next-generation AirPods wireless charging to be available alongside it. Apple is likely to announce the launch of AirPower and AirPods wireless charging case in a press release, because they are just accessories, no need to host an event for such small products.
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Jing Moreno

Hi, I am Jing, Apple News Writer For Apple Summit.

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