It wasn't long ago that Apple enthusiasts would suck companies like Microsoft to announce seemingly cool products that are never delivered on time, if at all. Amazingly, Apple has in recent years fallen into the same bad habit of introducing products that are embarrassingly following the schedule. Apple's AirPods, for example, was sent over two months later than expected and was actually incredibly difficult to find.
The most true example of an Apple product that was not sent on time is of course Apple's wireless charging mat, a product called AirPower. Originally introduced in September 2017 alongside the iPhone X, AirPower is designed to allow users to wirelessly charge their phones, Apple Watch and AirPods all at the same time. Browse for 1
"AirPower finally comes," reads the tweet. "We have just learned from a credible source in the supply chain that manufacturing Luxshare Precision has already begun to produce Apple AirPower wireless charging plate. Luxshare Precision is also the manufacturer of Apple AirPods and USB-C cables."
The company prepares ChargerLAB another tweet today with confirmatory information from another source familiar with Apple's plans.
"Another source claims that Pegatron is set to start mass-producing AirPower on January 21," reads the tweet. "Pegatron is also an Apple OEM in Asia. The company employee says AirPower has a total of three layers of coils in 8-7-7 configuration from bottom to top."
It is also worth noting that the reputable analyst Apple Ming- About two months ago, Chi Kuo issued an investor listing that AirPower could launch once in the first quarter of 2019.
If AirPower has been delayed, there have been many reports pointing to huge technical challenges involved in bringing the product to market including complex circuits and make sure the unit does not overheat.