According to the latest leaks, Apple will unveil the new iPhone 14 series on September 13. But these devices won’t be the only stars of the show. Because in 3 years, the long-awaited AirPods Pro 2 will also come with advanced features.
In addition to the Apple Watch 8, a new smartwatch is also coming, which is expected to be called the Rugged Edition or Extreme Edition, which will stand out with its durable design, long-lasting battery and extreme sports features. But expectations have fallen a bit on the new AirPods model. That’s why…
AirPods Pro 2 features and design may not deliver what is expected!
According to new information emerging today, the AirPods Pro 2 wireless headphones, which have been expected for 3 years, will not contain some innovations that we expect them to bring with them in terms of features and design. At the beginning of them are the heart rate measurement and the temperature sensor.
However, despite the analyst known for leaks named Ming-Chi Kuo, these devices have been replaced by Type-C. Although it said it will come with a Lightning port, a more reliable source, Mark Gurman, said it has switched to a USB Type-C port.
In addition, in terms of design, it was revealed that the model of the stemless earphones, the number of which has been increasing in recent months, is not the new AirPods Pro. However, according to Gurman, Apple is really working on this design and features like heart rate monitor and temperature sensor. But we shouldn’t expect to see it anytime soon.
Of course, these features will be enough for many people not to upgrade. However, it will come with improved sound acoustics, an improved H1 chip, remote audio playback and a Find My feature that can work like an AirTag. So we are definitely seeing tangible improvements.
It also states that progress has been made in terms of charging time and battery. So if you’re going to be buying a new device or using AirPods 1/2, this switch will definitely be an upgrade. However, it might be a better option for current Pro users to wait until their devices get a little older.
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