rodless design and postponed to the second half of 2022

Headphones AirPods 3 were unveiled a month ago and they carry over the design of the AirPods Pro with an ear cup featuring a short shank, breaking away from the more elongated shank of previous generations.

Meanwhile, the AirPods Pro 2 continue to fuel rumors, even if their marketing seems to be declining month after month. The leaker FrontTron says in a tweet that the TWS headphones in Pro version not only will not see the light of day before 2022 but also that their launch is postponed to third trimester next year.

The leaker does not give a reason for this slippage of the launch window but indicates that he draws his information from supply chains. It also does not expand on the design of the product and the possibility that the next generation completely abandon the rod to keep only the atria.

Apple AirPods Pro - (Refurbished)

The stem, even shortened in the Pro version, was nevertheless a distinctive marker for Apple’s wireless headphones before the emergence of numerous copies.

The site MacRumors has some doubts about this having himself received supposed renders of the AirPods Pro 2 that still have a stem.

Mark Gurman, the Bloomberg, suggested recently that Apple was looking to make its headphones more compact and had indeed considered abandoning the rod but also that this track involved technical difficulties which could lead to maintaining the current design, more or less.

The AirPods Pro 2 should put the focus on tracking sports activity by boosting the capabilities of motion sensors while offering an IPX-4 certified waterproof case like the AirPods 3 and a charging case compatible with MagSafe wireless charging .


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