We’re at that time of the year when rumors about Apple products start flying around and we’ve got one that may interest you. A next-gen Apple AirPods Pro 2 could be among the products that the company will debut later this March or April when it debuts its iPhone SE 3 model as well as its iPad Air and even one MacBook model, and a new Apple Silicon chip.
But the main focus here is the AirPods Pro 2 which is already making a number of rounds across the internet. Even though we expected the device to be released last year, Apple announced a different AirPods instead.
According to a new report, the new device will come with motion sensors for fitness tracking – allowing it to be in sync with the Apple Watch. This report was made by Mark Gurman and Debby Wu, both are correspondents from Bloomberg.
They also claimed that the 2nd-generation AirPods Pro will come with a revamped design such as the elimination of the device’s stem as well as being powered by an upgraded chip that will give an enhanced audio-related function like active noise cancellation and tweaks to enhance the device’s battery life.
Another claim is that the earbuds could offer support for Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC), as well as the charging case offering support for emitting sound which could help find the charging case if it’s separated from the TWS earbuds in case it’s misplaced by the user.
Currently, the AirPods themselves make a noise when trying to locate them via the Find My app. Further, Kuo adds that the earphones may undergo a redesign to focus more on fitness which could include a more rounded shape.
But don’t be happy just yet even if Apple debut the product because it’s reported that the AirPods 2 may not be available for purchase until Q4 2022, which is around October and December.