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. And after months of wait, the AirPower just disappeared into the air.
According to reputable charging experts ChargeLab, though, the AirPower mat is alive and well - and now entering mass production, finally. Apple did say that the wireless charging pad would launch in 2018, but it didn't happen. AirPower - Apple's multi-device charging pad - was first unveiled back in September 2017 alongside the iPhone X with a release date of 2018. That's based on a tip from unnamed sources working in the Apple supply chain. "Luxshare Precision is also the maker of Apple AirPods and USB-C cables".
Dead After Military Cargo Plane Crashes In Iran The incident occurred close to Fath airport west of the capital, Tehran, on Monday, the semi-official news agency said. The army's statement came after some confusion over who owned the plane.
After multiple delays and development issues, Hong Kong website ChargerLab has revealed (via MacRumors) that manufacturer Luxshare Precision, the company now in charge of making AirPods and Apple's USB-C cables, has finally kicked off AirPower production. ChargerLAB followed that tweet with another, claiming that Taiwanese electronic manufacturer, Pegatron, will also be involved in mass-producing AirPower from January 21.The tweet further states that a company employee has informed ChargerLAB that AirPower will have a total of three coils in a "8-7-7 configuration", from bottom to top.
It's also worth noting that reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo about two months ago issued an investor note claiming that AirPower could launch sometime during the first quarter of 2019.
Pep Guardiola conceded Manchester City face a hard task beating Barcelona and Real Madrid when it comes to transfers. The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss added: "Specifically with Fernandinho's role, it's so hard to find".
While the number of cases has decreased this week, those that were reported are spread out across a wider area. Food and Drug Administration approved the first new flu medication in almost two decades previous year .
Only recently has it begun to speak publicly about thwarting the weapons smuggling from Iran through Styria into Lebanon. But with that war winding down, Israeli security officials fear Hezbollah is refocusing its attention on Israel.
The premiere date was unveiled in a new teaser trailer , which aired prior to tonight's season three debut of True Detective . And Sansa's statue isn't too bad a likeness either, even if the sculptor has failed to feature her always on point brows.
The assassination of Adamowicz, a six-term mayor who often mingled freely with citizens of his city, sent Poland into shock. Gdansk Archbishop Leszek Slawoj Glodz, who was at the hospital during the surgery, said he was praying for a "miracle".
Then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was present at that Hamburg meeting , which occurred at the G-20 summit. Trump said he believed the Russian president, contradicting the conclusions of the US intelligence community.
SpaceX announces layoffs due to 'difficult challenges ahead'
However, the launch and satellite initiatives the company is pursuing will each require several billion dollars to complete. SpaceX is also developing a constellation of satellites that could one day beam high-speed internet down to the Earth.
Maroon 5, Travis Scott, Big Boi to perform at Super Bowl 2019
Artists including Rihanna, Adele, Jay-Z, Pink and Cardi B all reportedly turned down the spot, citing the Kaepernick situation. Listen to Newsbeat live at 12:45 and 17:45 every weekday on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra - if you miss us you can listen back here.
Williamsburg to miss the brunt of snow storm
Various Twitterati used #snurlough and #snowpocalypse2019 hashtag linkages to share pictures of the event. The Weather Network reported at least three deaths via Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP).
White House sought military strike against Iran
National Security Adviser John Bolton, and it is unknown if Bolton had conversed with the President prior to making the request. The decision was prompted by three mortars being fired into a diplomatic quarter in Baghdad in September, the newspaper said.