A report originating from ChargerLAB in Hong Kong claims that Apple supplier Luxshare Precision has started producing AirPower. Originally introduced in September of 2017 alongside the iPhone X, AirPower is created to let users wirelessly charge their phone, Apple Watch, and AirPods case all at the same time. It was supposed to be released sometime in 2018 and then Apple had completely removed the AirPower from their website sometime past year. More specifically, it seems devices will start rolling off the production line by January 21. And at Apple's most recent hardware events where the company announced new iPhones, Apple Watch, and iPad, the firm simply did not even mention AirPower. There were also reports past year that Pegatron would also be producing AirPower, and shortly after their first tweet, ChargerLAB followed up with a source saying that Pegatron would begin manufacturing on January 21st. Apple already knows the company's fans are disappointed by the delays of the product, so it will likely launch the product pretty soon. The accessory was announced in 2017 with the ability to charge three devices simultaneously (iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods), but has since been delayed due to technical issues. Luxshare Precision is also the maker of Apple AirPods and USB-C cables.