AirPods Pro 2 Won’t Get Health-Related Features: Gurman

AirPods Pro 2 Won’t Get Health-Related Features: Gurman

Apple has a lot of products up its sleeves for 2022 and one of them is the next-gen AirPods Pro. We have been hearing a lot about the AirPods Pro 2 and we even got to know about the health features of the new AirPods. Continuing the streak is the latest detail, which says otherwise!

AirPods Pro 2 Won't Get Health-Related Features: Gurman

AirPods Pro 2 New Details Appear

Mark Gurman, via his recent Power On newsletter, has revealed that the AirPods Pro 2 won’t come with health features like a heart rate monitor or a body temperature sensor† While these functionalities have been explored, they won’t be introduced with this year’s upgrade. Although, there’s a possibility of these being implemented in the future.

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To recall, it was previously suggested that the new AirPods Pro will come with the ability to track the heart rate and body temperature of the wearer. a body temperature sensor for the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8 is also in tow but we need to wait and watch for what really happens.

the AirPods Pro 2 is slated to launch in Q3 or Q4, 2022 and there’s a chance that the new TWS by Apple might launch alongside the highly rumored iPhone 14 series.

Another detail that has surfaced suggests that the AirPods Pro 2 will come with support for a USB Type-C port for chargingmarking the “Type-C Fication” or another Apple product. If this happens, it could possibly mean that Apple will slowly start shipping its iPhones with Type-C ports to conform to the recent EU rule that mandates making Type-C universal. For those who don’t know, this will help in after charging and data transfer speeds.

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There are chances that the AirPods Pro 2 will come with lossless audio for higher-quality sound and might have a new design† It could possibly go for an in-ear design instead of the stem design seen with the existing AirPods models. It is said to support an improved System-in-Package (SIP) for the H1 chip for improved performance. Battery and more improvements are quite likable.

That said, we still need to wait for an official word for a better idea. We will ensure you are updated whenever this happens. Hence, watch out for further updates, and do share your thoughts on the recent AirPods Pro 2 leak in the comments below.

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