Apple AirPods Professional (2nd Gen) and iPhone SE (third Gen) could possibly be launched in April 2021, in keeping with a brand new report citing provide chain sources in China. The successor to the AirPods Professional, which was launched in late 2019, is anticipated to be an improve over the prevailing mannequin, however no vital particulars have emerged but past the size of the charging case. The report additional means that the iPhone SE (third Gen) may even be launched in April, round a yr after the launch of the second-generation mannequin.
The most recent report comes through Japanese web site Macotakara, which cites info from suppliers in China to counsel that Apple’s subsequent audio product and smartphone are due in April this yr. The particular info within the report pertains to the dimensions of the charging case of the rumoured AirPods Professional (2nd Gen). Whereas the thickness stays the identical at 21mm, the peak and size are mentioned to be 46mm and 54mm, respectively. It is a bit totally different from the charging case of the first-generation AirPods Professional, however not considerably so.
No different particulars can be found as of now, however it’s pretty apparent that the true wi-fi AirPods Professional (2nd Gen) could have lively noise cancellation, assist for Apple’s Spatial Audio, and connectivity and ecosystem advantages when used with Apple merchandise, equivalent to iPhones, iPads, and Mac computer systems. Pricing will seemingly be across the Rs. 25,000 mark, however it’s too early to firmly make any predictions on this regard.
Additionally talked about within the report is that the iPhone SE (third Technology) may even be launched in April 2021, though no additional particulars on the smartphone can be found. The successor to the iPhone SE (2020) (Evaluate) will seemingly be priced at below Rs. 50,000 in India, whereas being powered by the identical A14 Bionic chipset as on the iPhone 12 sequence of smartphones.
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