Apple’s wireless charging standard has been around for a long time, and it’s been around a lot longer than the first iPhone.

But the Qi standard has never been the standard for any of Apple’s other wireless charging accessories.

So, when the company announced the Qi Wireless Charger in September of this year, it didn’t just herald the arrival of a new wireless charger standard.

It also said it would bring Qi to any phone that has a Qi-compatible chip.

In order to make the Qi charging standard more widely available, Apple’s designers have gone ahead and made a lot of changes to how the wireless charging chip is integrated into the device.

Apple is finally shipping a wireless charging adapter for iPhones, which means it’s ready for the world to finally start using Qi.

The Qi wireless charging charger is a little bit different from most wireless charging adapters, though.

It’s the first wireless charger to include a Qi chip in the core of the charging connector.

The chip will be embedded into the Qi connector itself, and will allow it to charge any Qi-capable Qi-enabled phone.

The Qi wireless chargers come in two versions.

The standard version is what most people will be familiar with, but it does include a separate battery charge switch that is only used to charge Qi-equipped phones.

Apple has also removed the standard charger from the Lightning cable that comes with the phone, but you’ll still be able to use it with the standard Qi-powered charger.

As you might expect, the Qi charger will be significantly faster than its standard counterpart, so it’s worth paying extra attention to that feature in order to get the most out of the wireless charger.

The faster charger will also be compatible with Apple’s AirPods wireless headphones, but Apple has not made any official announcement regarding those wireless headphones yet.

Apple says that the Qi Charger is compatible with any Qi phone with an integrated Qi chip.

But we’ll have to wait and see how that works out.

The wireless charging protocol is very similar to what you would expect from an AirPod or Lightning cable, and the charging experience will be the same whether you’re using it with a phone that comes pre-loaded with Qi or not.

Apple has also made some slight changes to the Qi specification that you’ll probably be happy to see.

For one, the standard version of the Qi adapter has a different label than the standard adapter.

It is now called Qi-Compatible, which Apple says is an updated version of a trademark that was previously owned by Qi.

This makes it more easily identifiable and easier to tell apart from any other Qi-based charging adapter.

The second change that Apple made to the standard charging adapter is the inclusion of a Qi charging switch that can only be used with Qi-connected phones.

This switch has no actual function in the Qi version of this adapter, but if you’re charging a Qi phone without any Qi chips in it, the charging process won’t work.

But, Apple says that if you have an Qi-certified phone, the switch will allow you to charge the Qi-integrated phone.

There are some minor differences to the other two wireless charging chargers, though, as well.

The USB charger is no longer compatible with Qi devices that come pre-equipped with Qi chips, and Apple has removed the Qi chargers from the Qi cable that Apple uses for AirPODs.

And the Qi wired charger is now compatible with AirPogs and Lightning cables, but is only compatible with the Qi network cable that was already included with all Qi-supported phones.

In the end, it’s not really a huge difference between the Qi versions of the adapters, but the inclusion in the standard model of a switch that allows it to be used for other Qi devices makes it a little easier to use when it comes to choosing a Qi charger for your next phone.

Apple hasn’t announced the exact pricing for the Qi and wireless charger versions of its chargers yet, but a release date has been set for October.

And you can bet that we’ll be seeing more wireless charging options from Apple over the next couple of years.