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New Apple AirPods Professional, iPhone SE are on the way in which: report

There have been rumors that Apple is working on its next wearables. The company could launch 3rd generation AirPods and 2nd generation AirPods Pro in 2021. In addition, it could also be working on a third HomePod model that should sit between the HomePod and the recently launched HomePod Mini. A new report goes on to say that the iPhone SE has not yet been lost. Apple is working on the 3rd generation of the product and it could hit the market in April 2021.

The latest development comes from the Japanese website Macotakara. It cites information from suppliers in China to suggest this Apple’s next AirPods Pro and iPhone SE are scheduled for April this year. The report provides more information about the upcoming audio device. The 2nd generation AirPods Pro could be the same thickness of 21mm, while the height and length should be 46mm and 54mm respectively.

It’s a bit different from the previous one, but not essential. 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.

The report also mentions the presence of the 3rd generation iPhone SE. However, nothing else is currently known about the device.

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 Future AirPods won’t offer high-end AirPods Pro features like noise cancellation.

Prakhar Khanna

I’ve been in the tech industry since 2014 when I created my first blog. I worked with Digit, one of the largest tech publications in India. I am now working as a news editor at Pocketnow, where I get paid to write about cutting-edge technology. You can contact me at [email protected]

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