The third generation of AirPods could be presented in September, during the iPhone 13 keynote.
Rumors have been around for months of new AirPods intended to succeed the second generation of headphones, which launched in March 2019. Yet, the latest news is that we shouldn’t expect a launch anytime soon.
Finally, Apple would have accelerated its schedule and the AirPods 3 could well be launched at the start of the school year. This is what asserts DigiTimes, explaining that the headphones could be presented with the iPhone 13. To justify these statements, the media explains that the production of certain components for the AirPods 3 would just begin, before mass production scheduled for August.
The previous indiscretions around the AirPods 3 had allowed us to know a little more about their design. You should expect headphones very close to the AirPods Pro, but without silicone tips. The headphones would still be open-fit, and would not offer active noise reduction. As for the case, it would also be quite close to what the AirPods Pro offer.
The iPhone 13 continues to reveal its secrets
Regarding the iPhone 13, the indiscretions are more and more numerous as the launch approaches. Thus, according to “Sources of the supply chain”, Wedbush Securities Inc. claims the iPhone 13 would have a 1TB option, which would be a first.
Analysts also suggest that LiDAR that appeared on the 2020 iPad Pro and iPhone 12 Pro should be generalized across the entire iPhone 13 lineup. “Timing side, we believe that the current launch of the iPhone 13 is scheduled for the third week of September”, conclut Wedbush Securities Inc.
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