According to a report from Apple tracker Mark Gurman, Apple is getting set to unveil the second iteration of the AirPods Pro during its “Far Out” event on 7th September. Although the AirPods Pro 2 have been anticipated for some time now, this is the first reliable report indicating that they could be released this week.
The information is obtained from Bloomberg columnist Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter. For those who don’t know, on September 7 the Cupertino-based firm will introduce four new iPhone models. The brand is anticipated to unveil the Apple Watch Series 8, the new iPad Pro 2022, and the 10th version of the iPad on this significant occasion. However, it looks that the business also intends to introduce the AirPods Pro 2.
As far as we can tell from what we currently know, the AirPods Pro 2 will include Active Noise Cancellation just like its predecessor and is also believed to have a Transparency Mode. Furthermore, it is said that the much-anticipated AirPods Pro second generation would have a significantly longer battery life. When used with the charging case, the original AirPods pro provided more than 24 hours of audio playing and 18 hours of conversation time.
There have also been suggestions that the famous stem design of the AirPods Pro 2 would be eliminated. Apple generally houses the processors and the Active Noise Cancellation technology in the stem itself, but it seems like that might not be the case in this instance. However, a smaller charging case might be available that has the ability to produce sound when the owner uses the Find My application in the event that it is lost.