Apple's AirPower Wireless charger is said to be in production

Ruben Fields
January 14, 2019

It wasn't all that long ago that Apple enthusiasts would mock companies like Microsoft for announcing seemingly cool products that never shipped on time, if at all.

But as it turns out, Apple could soon be launching the AirPower.

The AirPower charging mat is one of Apple's most controversial products in recent history due to the company's silence on its status. That's based on a tip from unnamed sources working in the Apple supply chain.

Breaking: AirPower is finally coming. The website claims Apple's manufacturing partner Luxshare Precision has begun production of the device and is expected to launch along with an updated version of AirPods.

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A tweet by ChargerLAB states that accessories manufacturer Luxshare Precision has apparently started production of AirPower and that they've got this news from a credible source in the supply chain, as originally reported by MacRumors.

Bolstering the report, ChargerLAB published another tweet today with corroborating information from another source familiar with Apple's plans.

ChargerLab further claims that Pegatron is also said to be mass producing AirPower wireless charging pad accessory. There were also reports previous year that Pegatron would also be producing AirPower, and shortly after their first tweet, ChargerLAB followed up with a source saying that Pegatron would begin manufacturing on January 21st. This would suggest that previous reports of a release in the first quarter of 2019 were accurate.

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