In recent weeks, Apple has been prone to numerous leaks across the range of devices, some of which were officially announced this week. In addition to this, the tech giant has also filed for some rather bizarre patents, including their creepy Face ID patent, which is said to detect the veins and blood vessels in your face to distinguish different faces, even twins. This time, however, more concrete evidence has been found in regards to yet another rumoured device, the Apple AirPower.
Apple initially announced the AirPower alongside the iPhone X all the way back in 2017 but never launched its wireless charging product. As a result, Apple users have been relying on 3rd-party vendors to supply their wireless charging needs. The leak was first posted by 9to5Mac, who were tipped off to a hidden XML tag on Apple’s Australian website for the iPhone XS and newly announced AirPods: