There is a reason AirPods are considered one of the best-selling Apple products of all time. This is because sales of this device have been remarkable since its launch. According to a report by Above Avalon Analyst Neil Sybart, AirPods are Apple’s second best-selling product of all time. As one of Apple’s best-selling products, the company will update this product in September this year.

According to the latest news, the next generation AirPods Pro will include a large number of new features. This device will support heart rate monitoring and will also work as a hearing aid. In addition, this device will upgrade to a USB Type-C charging port. Apparently, Apple is already preparing for the unified resolution of the charging port adopted in Europe. We recall that the United States is also seeking to adopt a similar resolution.

Apple’s best-selling product gets a new model

The new AirPods will look very similar to the original AirPods Pro and AirPods 3. In addition, the report claims that the AirPods Pro 2 will be available with a new H1 chip that has better performance and lower power consumption. It accepts an improved SiP package and supports adaptive noise reduction.

AirPods Pro 2 also supports network search, heart rate monitoring, temperature detection and a better sound quality system. There are currently no official reports on the official launch of this device. However, looking at the current situation, this device should be available around September this year. Of course, this does not rule out the possibility of Apple going on sale directly. Ultimately, this product should bring sales.

As for the design of the AirPods Pro 2, there have been reports that it will no longer use the “pea” design of the first generation. However, subsequent reports reveal that this device will use the same design as the first generation. In addition, AirPods Pro 2 will likely use the same skin detection sensor as AirPods 3 to determine wearing condition.


Apple’s best-selling product is getting an update with USB Type-C

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