Tuesday, April 16, 2024

AirPods Pro 2 are coming this fall


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Apple has a huge number of products announced for this year. There are iPhone 14 series devices, new Apple Macs with M2 processors, and new models of their premium iPad tablets. According to the latest unofficial information, this company is preparing to present another device to users. That is the new wireless headphones, the second-generation Apple AirPods Pro, the best headphones of this company.


Airpods Pro 2 release date

According to Wccftech and well-known Bloomberg analyst and journalist Mark Gurman, Apple will most likely introduce this new model of wireless headphones during the fall, possibly along with the release of new colors for their AirPods Max headphones.

As Gurman himself said:

Look out for new AirPods Pro in the fall. The current model has been on the market since fall of 2019, so the batteries are already probably in trouble for some early adopters. Also look out for an AirPods Max refresh with new colors (and, we hope, a price drop—$550 is absurd for those headphones).


Also, another analyst in charge of information related to Apple, Ming-Chi Kuo, mentioned that the presentation of AirPods Pro 2 is expected in the fall.


Airpods Pro 2 Design

In terms of design, it is expected that Apple AirPods 2 will not have a handle protruding from the bottom of the wireless headphones, which promises a more compact design for both the headphones themselves and the battery charging case. In addition, it is assumed that these bugs will bring support for lossless audio formats.

So, we are waiting for the fall to confirm or refute this information, and until then, you have time to save, considering that the current generation of AirPods Pro handsets is sold in our country at the price of an average mid-range phone.







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