It’s no secret that Apple plans to upgrade its truly wireless headphones from AirPods to AirPods Pro. Both devices are asked to have a successor soon. A new report claims that the second generation AirPods Pro could hit the market in the first half of 2021. This report is in line with previous rumors that Apple could be working on the launch of next-generation AirPods and AirPods Pro in the first half of 2021.
The information comes from undisclosed industry sources cited by Taiwanese publication DigiTimes in a report on flash storage vendor Winbond.
“Winbond is also expected to be one of the NOR Flash providers for Apple’s next-generation AirPods Pro, which will be launched later in the first half of this year. The Taiwan-based chip manufacturer will operate its NOR Flash production lines at almost full capacity for the six-month period, ”reports DigiTimes.
The new report comes after Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 launched in April along with a new iPhone SE. The 2nd generation AirPods Pro could be the same thickness of 21mm, while the height and length should be 46mm and 54mm respectively.
AirPods Pro 2 may be using the internal W2 chip
It could be a little different than the previous one, but not significantly. Apple should plan this Make the earbuds more compact by eliminating the short stem that is currently sticking out from below. The said Design is in the test phase with a rounded shape this more fills a user’s ear. As can be seen from an earlier report, the AirPods Pro 2 may be using the internal W2 chip. It could come in too two sizes.
Apple is also working on its AirPods successor. As shown in a previous report, the The design of the Apple AirPods of the 3rd generation is similar to the current AirPods Pro. This means it has a shorter shaft and replaceable earplugs. The company is touted to be Working to improve battery life of the device. Despite the design, the u
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