Apple introduced its first generation of AirPods back in September 2016 alongside the launch of the iPhone 7 series. Ever since the launch, the TWS earbuds lineup has become one of the best selling products from the Cupertino based tech brand. Recently, the company launched its iPhone 12 series and now all the eyes are up for the launch of the next-gen AirPods. It has been reported that Apple is gearing up to launch the third-generation of AirPods soon. According to the latest report, alleged photos of the AirPods 3 have surfaced on the web revealing a new design.
Apple AirPods 3 Leaked Renders
A report from 52audio has shared the alleged images of the AirPods 3 on the web claiming that the smartphone will arrive with a new design. As per the leaked images, the AirPods 3 might feature a flat edge and make some changes with the sensors of the device. It comes with a handle-type semi-in-ear design.
Going with the previous speculations, the Apple AirPods 3 will arrive with a shorter stem and replaceable ear tips. As per 52Audio, the next-generation AirPods is tipped to be launched with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) support. In this case, we can expect major changes with the next generation AirPods Pro to make it more premium than the AirPods 3.
The headset charging box looks similar to the AirPods Pro charging box, but the size is smaller, the charging indicator is on the front of the fuselage, and the charging box supports wireless charging.
“The headset charging box looks similar to the AirPods Pro charging box, but the size is smaller, the charging indicator is on the front of the fuselage, and the charging box supports wireless charging,” reads the report.
Apple is said to be getting ready for the launch of the refreshed audio product lineup globally. According to the report, it has been suggested that the company is planning to launch the AirPod 3 and second-generation AirPods Pro in early 2021. We are already at the edge of February end and the company is yet to make any announcements. Let’s see when Apple is planning to launch the new audio devices.