Updated: November 15, 2020 10:31:43 AM
According to reliable leaker L0vetodream, next month is Apple’s “Christmas surprise” for all consumers. In a cryptic tweet, L0vetodream says Apple’s “surprise” will be good for winter. While there is no confirmation that L0vetodream’s tweet indicates an imminent launch of AirPods Studio, it is a product that has been rumored amid speculation recently. There may be an reveal – the 14.3 beta with iOS includes an icon that reveals Apple’s AirPods Studio headphones.
AirPods Studio is Apple’s first branded pair of high-end over-the-year wireless headphones. They are rumored to include interchangeable parts, said to be magnetic with a pad of headphones that can be easily taken. AirPods Studio will be able to detect whether it is on the left or right ear and audio accordingly. Interestingly, AirPods Studio will be accompanied by a “neck detection” feature, which means that the headphones automatically detect and understand when you take it and leave them around your neck.
There is a clear indication that Apple is close to launching its first over-the-year headphones in the market. last month Bloomberg Reported that audio products from leading brands such as Bose, Sonos, and Logitech were pulled from Apple’s physical stores. For example, the Bose 700 are high-end-over-the-year headphones and will compete with Apple’s upcoming AirPods Studio.
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– 没有 vet 搞 措 (@ L0vetodream) November 14, 2020
It is being said that Apple will launch AirPods Studio in two styles: a sport version that will reportedly cost $ 350 and a high-end luxury version that will set you back $ 599. The launch of AirPods Studio could cause a stir in the premium headphones market, affecting both Sony and Bose badly.
Earlier this week, Apple held its high-profile virtual event, where it launched the first ARM Mac. AirPods Studio was not announced. Neither were AirTags, a tile-like tracker that has been rumored for a while and is about to help you find lost items such as backpacks and purses.
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