A new report published by Bloomberg today confirmed Apple’s plans to launch AirPods 3 wireless headphones with a new generation of MacBook Pro devices later this year.
Mark Gurman from Bloomberg indicated that Apple is preparing to hold a new event during the coming period to unveil its AirPods 3 wireless headphones, which ran a number of leaks recently.
He also confirmed that Apple’s upcoming event will include the company’s announcement of the new MacBook Pro devices, and also indicated that the new version of the iPad Pro devices will be revealed next year with the new generation of AirPods Pro headphones.
On the other hand, a report published by DigiTimes during the past days indicated that Apple has already started mass production of the AirPods 3 wireless headset, with expectations that this version will support active noise cancellation, as well as “spatial” audio.
The new version of the headphones also features a shorter design than the previous generation, and this version is also expected to come at a higher pricing level with new features.
The report also clarifies some details about the upcoming MacBook Pro releases, as Apple will introduce new versions later this year with 14 and 16-inch screen sizes, as well as the first versions featuring mini-LED screens, and it is also expected that these devices will include the new upgrade in the Apple M1X processor.
Next year’s AirPods Pro 2 wireless headset will also come with a shorter headphone leg design, and it also comes with exercise sensors.
The upcoming iPad Pro devices come with a glass design from the back to support wireless charging. It is also expected that the MacBook Air devices will be upgraded next year with the new Apple processor chip, and the Apple Watch will launch in 2022 with three models, with expectations that one of the models will come with a design that supports higher resistance. .
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