Apple’s long-delayed AirPower charging mat might finally be in production

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The wireless charging pad was announced alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X way back in 2017, and while Apple told us then that it would be released sometime in 2018, here we are in 2019 still waiting for an update.

Apple's AirPower wireless charging pad has reportedly entered production. That did not happen due to technical hurdles in the development process.

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As part of the Wireless Power Consortium backing the Qi standard, Luxshare already manufactures Apple's AirPods, and has been said to be a supplier for the AirPower mat as far back as 2017. It also even removed any mention of the product from its website. Apple's AirPods, for example, shipped more than two months later than expected and, upon actually launching, were incredibly hard to find. We just learned from credible source in supply chain that the manufacture Luxshare Precision has already started producing Apple AirPower wireless charging pad. What's more, we haven't heard a peep about the product from Apple, leaving many to wonder if it would ever launch or if Apple perhaps scrapped it entirely.

ChargerLAB claims to have a credible inside source, which in turn says that Luxshare Precision has put the AirPower on its production line. It's not exactly clear how much the product will cost.

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