It's September 2018. Apple launches the new big iPhone X and shows its AirPower charging mat that can charge multiple devices simultaneously. And after months of waiting, the AirPower simply disappeared into the air.
Apple never really announced an official release date for AirPower, although the company originally hoped to launch the device by June 2018. This did not happen due to technical barriers in the development process. And at Apple's latest hardware events, in which the company announced new iPhones, Apple Watch and iPad, the company simply did not even mention AirPower. He also removed any mention of the product from his website.
And this, of course, has led everyone to question the future of the product.
But apparently, Apple may soon launch AirPower. A Twitter account with the name of ChargerLab said that Luxshare Precision, Apple's production partner, started producing the new AirPower. Luxshare Precision already makes AirPods of the company already popular – and the other famous Apple manufacturer, Pegatron, reportedly will start production of AirPower from 21 January. Pegatron has a long relationship with Apple, producing some of the company's most popular products.
Breaking: AirPower is finally coming. We have just learned from the credible source of the supply chain that Luxshare Precision production has already started producing Apple AirPower wireless charging pads. Luxshare Precision is also the manufacturer of Apple AirPods and USB-C cables. pic.twitter.com/UqgWIAh3sx
– ChargerLAB (@chargerlab) 12 January 2019
If the reports are to be considered, the official release of AirPower should not be too far. Apple already knows that the company's fans are disappointed with the delays of the product, so it will probably launch the product soon. It is not exactly clear how much the product will cost.
We know that Apple should launch a new wireless charging case for AirPods so that users can charge their AirPods on AirPower, so the company could launch AirPower with the new AirPods 2.
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