When we look at the earbuds completely wireless, Apple AirPods are a reference. Since the presentation of the original model in 2016, the market has been inspired by these products and has tried to dethrone them.
The coming year should be a big year for Apple and its product line. A new report states that American technology will reveal two new products in 2021: AirPods 3 and AirPods Pro 2.
What to expect from AirPods 3
Several analysts, including the renowned Ming Chi-Kuo, said that the AirPods baseline would be updated sometime next year. Now, a report by Bloomberg corroborates this information, revealing that the Apple AirPods 3 will be presented in the first half of 2021.
The AirPods 3 will undergo a redesign of the design, adopting a format similar to the current AirPods Pro. However, these are not expected to have features such as active noise cancellation.
Still, AirPods 3 should have better autonomy, something important in this kind of gadgets. In addition, they will have a new chip that will enhance better sound quality and a reduction in their latency.
What to expect from AirPods Pro 2
The top models of earbuds from Apple should only be presented in the second half of the year. As with the gadgets mentioned above, AirPods Pro 2 should also have a different design.
According to Bloomberg, Apple is working in a more compact format and inspired by Samsung’s Galaxy Buds. However, some problems in the incorporation of some of its main characteristics may dictate a change in this chapter.
Either way, AirPods Pro 2 is expected to retain the main functionality of the originals. The main highlight is the active noise cancellation, which will certainly be the target of improvements in the model for next year.
AirPods Studio may have been delayed
Apple’s most premium headphones have been rumored for a long time, but their launch seems more distant. Apparently, the AirPods Studio will have been postponed due to some problems in their construction.
At issue will be pieces the ring that rests on our head or the touch controls on the outside of each headset. Apple will want those parts to be replaceable, but it is not easy to achieve that goal without neglecting their quality.
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