The AirPods Pro 2 is expected to be released later this year, however, there might be one little fault in this enormous redesign: a Lightning connector rather than a USB-C port.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, has spoken out regarding the company’s planned second-generation high-end headphones. He tweets about some of what he’s heard regarding the Apple AirPods.
According to Kuo, the AirPods will enter mass production in Vietnam in the second part of 2022. Currently, Vietnam looks to have a better manufacturing environment than China.
The most intriguing aspect of Kuo’s tweet thread comes near the end. He believes that the charging case for the AirPods will be powered by Lightning rather than USB-C.
According to recent rumors, the iPhone 15 will be USB-C compatible in 2023. While the AirPods Pro 2 is projected to arrive a year ahead of schedule, Apple’s premium earbuds have a far longer development cycle. The AirPods Pro will have been on the market for three years in October.
This may cause the AirPods to feel out of date for the following two years.
It’s a shame because the AirPods appear to be a big advance to Apple’s true wireless earphones champion. According to sources, the new ‘buds will be totally altered, and the famous stems will be removed.
Improved noise cancellation, high-resolution audio support through a new audio codec, and additional health-tracking features are all options.
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