Launch of Apple AirPods Pro 2: Apple, a tech company based in the US, is likely to release a new version of its AirPods Pro in the coming months. A new report says that the AirPods Pro 2 may come with a USB Type-C port to charge instead of the company’s Lightning port. This is before the official announcement. The earbuds’ USB Type-C charging case will also be able to charge quickly.
A new report from MacRumors says that the upcoming AirPods Pro 2 will be powered by the new System-in-Package (SIP) for the H1 chip, which will allow for better adaptive noise cancellation, EQ, Spatial Audio, and Audio Sharing. It is also likely that the AirPods Pro 2 will have a sensor that can tell when they are on the skin.
Apple will probably get rid of the short stem that comes out of the bottom of the earbuds to make them smaller. Earlier pictures of the rumored second-generation AirPods Pro earbuds showed that they won’t have downward-facing IR sensors to tell when they’re in a user’s ears. However, the latest 3D comparisons show that the new AirPods Pro will have sensors that can detect when they’re on the skin.
The report says that the AirPods Pro 2 will be able to play music without losing quality. With the upcoming AirPods Pro, the tech giant is also likely to improve the health management and fitness tracking features. But more information is needed in this part.
In related news, a MacRumors report says that the Apple Watch Series 8 will have a body temperature sensor that will let the user know if he or she has a fever.
“The new Apple Watch should be able to tell when your body temperature goes up and then ask you to use a thermometer. The feature is a go for both the standard Apple Watch Series 8 and a new rugged edition for extreme sports athletes,”said Mark Gurman of Bloomberg
This health feature will not be on the new Apple Watch SE, which will be less expensive. Ming-Chi Kuo, who is a well-known Apple analyst, also thinks that the body temperature sensor will come out later this year. Reports from the past said that the sensor could also be used to track fertility. Changes in body temperature could help someone figure out when they are more likely to get pregnant.