With Apple's AirPower still very much missing in action, those looking to wirelessly charge their AirPods can look to Ortek's aptly named Wireless Charging Receiver for AirPods APR-100.
Resembling the old iPhone docks, the APR-100 plugs into the AirPods case's Lightning port and acts as a receiver for Qi charging. It does increase the size of the AirPod case by a bit, which may not be as aesthetically appealing.
The $30 Ortek dock will come with safety features, such as a thermal shutdown and over-current protection, so you won't accidentally melt your $159 AirPods. It will take about 1.5 hours to fully charge the case (as well as your AirPods). You will be able to get it worldwide through distributors soon.
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