The new H1 chip System-in-Package (SIP) will run the future AirPods Pro 2.
The second-generation AirPods Pro are anticipated to be released by Apple in the near future, and now a fresh source suggests that they might not use the company’s exclusive Lightning port for charging but rather a USB Type-C port.Fast charging will also be supported by the earbuds’ USB Type-C charging case.
The new System-in-Package (SIP) for the H1 chip, which supports enhanced adaptive noise reduction, EQ, Spatial Audio, and Audio Sharing, will power the next AirPods Pro 2, claims a fresh report.
The AirPods Pro 2 are also anticipated to include a skin-detect sensor.To make the earphones more compact, Apple is probably going to get rid of the small stem that protrudes from the bottom.
The latest 3D comparisons imply that the new AirPods Pro will have skin-detect sensors, contrary to earlier claims made in photos of the purported second-generation AirPods Pro earphones that they wouldn’t have downward-facing IR sensors to identify when they are in a user’s ears.
Gurman claims that the AirPods Pro will offer support for lossless playback for the first time.Additionally, it is anticipated that the tech behemoth would enhance the fitness tracking and health management capabilities in the next AirPods Pro.However, more information about this portion is still anticipated.
According to Gurman,”new AirPods Pro will be released in the fall.Since the new model has been available since the fall of 2019, some early adopters may already be experiencing battery issues.Additionally, keep an eye out for an AirPods Max update with additional colours (and, hopefully, a price reduction—$550 is ridiculous for those headphones)”.
The AirPods are likely to have a more compact design in terms of appearance.It might come with a new charging case and do without the stem.
A 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max are also expected to be released by Apple in September of this year.
The cameras on the future models are expected to receive enhancements, and MacRumors claims that the Pro models will feature camera bumps that are roughly 5% larger.Additionally, all iPhone 14 models may have an upgraded Ultra Wide camera on the back, while the main wide-angle camera and telephoto lens on iPhone Pro models may receive notable upgrades.