A USB Type-C connector, a hearing aid feature, and heart rate sensing are reportedly among the features of the upcoming Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) that will be available for purchase. Along with the features, the company also unveiled perspective renderings of the rumoured headphones from the Cupertino tech giants. This new render is consistent with the design, which is the same as its predecessor and was referred to in an earlier article.
Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen): Expected Specifications and Features
According to a previous rumour, the future Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) True Wireless Stereo headphones would resemble the AirPods Pro they are rumoured to be replaced in terms of design. According to the article, contrary to earlier rumours that the AirPods Pro would have a seamless design, they will have a stem. To carry with the AirPods Pro’s heritage of innovation, this will be done. The insider also claimed that Apple decided against including twin optical detect sensors on the rumoured earphones.
According to a 52Audio report, the H1 SoC in the AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) will include self-adaptive active noise suppression and improved Find My features. Two new Apple headphone features include heart rate tracking and a USB Type-C connection for rapid charging and better compatibility. Furthermore, the earbuds should include hearing aid functionality. Users with hearing loss can utilise their headphones as hearing aids thanks to this feature.
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By collecting and analyzing data from the wearer’s inner ear, the AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) heart rate detection capability would also track body temperature. The earphones will reportedly include acoustic characteristics that are similar to AirPods (3rd Gen), such as self-adaptive equalization, spatial audio for dynamic hand tracking, and audio sharing.
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