Mark Gurman of Bloomberg reveals in a report that Apple is putting efforts into bringing an updated series of AirPods to make considerable differences in its headphone range to improve its sales. He indicates that the tech-leading company does not receive a positive response on AirPods 3 since people are purchasing the low-budget AirPods 2. However, this is not the first time Apple has encountered criticism of minimal differences in its smart products, be it iPhones, smart wearables, or its other products; users have often accused them of bringing almost the same features in a series.
As per the shared report, two updated AirPods will arrive with improved design, structure, boosted audio range, a USB-C, new color options, and more advanced features. These two headphones will be 4th generation AirPods, and both of them are expected to be equipped with a one-size-fits-all, open-air design like the predecessor’s model but hopefully with silicon replaceable earbuds. The high-end version of standard AirPods will also come with an active noise cancellation feature and integrated speakers for Find My alerts.
Furthermore, another latest model of AirPods Max is likely to come in 2024. The report reveals that the standard AirPods will be upgraded somewhere in 2024 and the Pro model in 2025. The largest company will furnish the AirPods Pro with enhanced sound, the latest design, a faster processor chip, and also the speculated hearing health features. Anyhow, the report doesn’t shed light on the design of the upcoming flagship’s earbuds.
Apple has not revealed the confirmed launch dates of both years, but it is expected to be around in the latter part of the year since most of its products were released in the last couple of months. There are plenty of assumptions swirling in the tech industry regarding the upgraded features of AirPods 4th generation, but as of now, things are not certain. We hope that the tech giant’s latest strategy will boost the sales of the updated series of AirPods and will be able to provide a better experience to its users.