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Apple's second-generation AirPods Pro is coming? It is expected to be released as soon as the second half of this year

via:凤凰网     time:2022/4/21 9:04:17     readed:146

Recently, Apple has released the news of this year's WWDC22 Apple Developer Conference on its official website, it is reported that WWDC22 will be held online from June 6 to 10, WWDC22 will show the cutting-edge innovation of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. At the same time, it provides the opportunity for the majority of developers to communicate with Apple engineers.

Although Apple WWDC is usually based on its operating system, it is also likely to release new hardware products. Apple's spring new product launch in March, AirPods Pro 2, was unfortunately absent, but it is likely that the new AirPods Pro 2 will be unveiled at WWDC22. And Apple's well-known analyst Guo Mingji said on his social media that Apple plans to release the second generation of AirPods Pro in the second half of this year.

苹果第二代AirPods Pro来了? 最快有望今年下半年发布

Moreover, Guo Mingxi also said: Although Apple released the third generation of AirPods last year, the previous second-generation AirPods can still be purchased, but later this year, after the release of AirPods Pro 2, Apple's AirPods Pro generation is likely to be discontinued.

Earlier, Gary Geaves, Apple's vice president of acoustics, said in a public interview: "The popularity of AirPods 3 is far less than that of AirPods Pro", which means that the demand for AirPods 3 is lower, which directly led to Apple's 30% reduction in orders for third-generation AirPods from suppliers in the second and third quarters of this year, perhaps this is also preparing for new AirPods.

苹果第二代AirPods Pro来了? 最快有望今年下半年发布

It is reported that Apple's second-generation AirPods Pro will use a significantly upgraded wireless chip than the H1 chip used by the previous AirPods Pro. The chip supports audio-related functions such as active noise cancellation, and the new chip is likely to improve battery life, allowing for longer listening times. Also, the new second-generation AirPods Pro will support the Apple Lossless (ALAC) format.

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