What innovations will the Apple AirPods Pro 2 bring? Now an unofficial source wants to be able to provide many answers to this question. Accordingly, Apple relies on integrated fitness tracking in the new models, and the case is also unusual.
Suspected sensor surprise on the AirPods Pro 2
AirPods still occupy a large chunk of the headphone market, so it’s no wonder news of its successors has sparked interest among many. 52audio, a site from China that focuses on audio topics, now wants to give a lot of details about the possible new features that Apple AirPods Pro 2 can offer. A source for this list is not given, but many of the features listed were predicted elsewhere.
A year ago, an Apple executive talked about AirPods with health sensors, which could now celebrate their premiere in the AirPods Pro 2. According to the blog, Apple wants to include heart rate sensors in the small headphones. A much bigger surprise, however, would be the predicted integration of a body temperature sensor – this is causing major problems for Apple with the Apple Watch, so it would be offered on-ear for the first time in an Apple product.
Many more adjustments
But that was not the end of the adjustments. Apple is said to be working on the idea of using the charging case as a hearing aid. For this, a microphone must be installed in the housing, and the sounds recorded with it are forwarded to the headphones. Also worth noting for an Apple device: the housing of the AirPods Pro 2 should also make the jump to USB-C.
Otherwise, the new AirPods should offer what is expected of the generation upgrade. The look is taken from the AirPods 3, an improved Apple H1 provides better performance and lower power consumption. In addition, the sound characteristics are similar to the predecessor, with new adaptive equalizers and “self-adaptive” noise reduction.
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