The second-generation AirPods Pro is expected to be released in the second part of this year. According to a fresh DigiTimes publication, Apple’s suppliers are preparing for shipments of the new high-end AirPods in advance of their introduction.
The new second-generation AirPods Pro is rumoured to include a redesigned design, enhanced audio, the ability to stream Apple Music lossless music, and other features. The redesigned AirPods Pro is set to be released this year, especially in the second half of 2022. According to today’s news, suppliers are starting to prepare for shipments of the new wireless earbuds ahead of their introduction.
We previously saw some images on the internet portraying what a tipster claimed to be the casing for the impending AirPods Pro.
Those images depict speaker holes and optional accessory attachments in the casing. We however cannot confirm the veracity of the photographs, but they are consistent with fresh information released by reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Along with a redesigned case, the new AirPods Pro will offer lossless Apple Music audio playback. Due to Bluetooth bandwidth limits, none of Apple’s AirPods models can stream lossless audio via Apple Music.
However, in a recent interview, a company official confessed that Bluetooth’s constraints are limiting the potential of the AirPods experience and that the team needs “greater bandwidth” than Bluetooth can deliver.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, recently predicted that the upcoming AirPods Pro would have a redesigned charging case that would make an audible noise when used with Find My.Only the AirPods itself is made audible when a user pins them using the Find My integration. The casing for the new AirPods Pro will have a speaker, allowing for a louder noise and making it simpler to locate.