Apple's AirPower Wireless Charging Mat Has Purportedly Entered Production

Apple's AirPower Wireless Charging Mat Has Purportedly Entered Production

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Apple's long awaited AirPower wireless charging mat has purportedly entered production, claims ChargerLAB.

In a tweet, the site says it's heard from a credible source that Luxshare Precision has already started production.

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.

Another source tells the site that Pegatron is set to begin mass production of the AirPower mat on January 21st.

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.

The AirPower wireless charging mat is capable of charging three devices at once, for example, an iPhone, an Apple Watch, and AirPods. In was announced back in 2017 alongside the iPhone X with an expected release date in 2018 but Apple never made that deadline.

Today's production news does align with predictions from well respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who said AirPower was not abandoned and could launch in Q1 2019. Kuo also predicted the release of a wireless charging case for AirPods in early 2019.

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Apple's AirPower Wireless Charging Mat Has Purportedly Entered Production

joshWUa. - January 13, 2019 at 2:57am
Hey I don’t need to wait anymore, I got the Chinese knock off already and it works fine. Only bad thing about it was that I had to use my own magnetic cable for the watch that goes inside the right side of the charging pad. The center and left side charges wireless either my AirPods(Qi charger adapter) or iPhone
bammbammbahama - January 13, 2019 at 5:19pm
How much did you pay? The reason I ask is I would like to get an idea of what Apple’s version will cost. Formula: Knockoff price + 30% markup + 25% tariff (after March 2019).
joshWUa. - January 15, 2019 at 4:38am
Look for it on indigogo it’s called Plex. If it’s still being produced ofcourse.
joshWUa. - January 15, 2019 at 4:39am
Meant to say Plux
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