Inspired by Samsung and Google, and without a "stump": The company is currently working on developing new models for the popular product • And what about the new rainbow headphones?
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Rumors are rife: Apple is currently developing new versions of its wireless headphones, AirPods and AirPods Pro, Bloomberg News reports.
According to the announcement, the two new models will include new designs, with the AirPods Pro coming without the "stump" identified with them, and will be more similar to Samsung's Galaxy Buds Plus, or Google's Pixel Buds.
The regular headphones, the Airfoods, will be redesigned for the first time in about 4 years since they were announced.
According to the report, they will receive elements of the Pro version, and will combine a shorter "stump", longer battery life, along with the silicone adapters, which Apple designates for self-disassembly - for replacement and choice between adapters of different sizes.
And that's not all, Apple will upgrade the sound experience in future models, and still plans to announce advanced over-ear headphones that will come called AirPods Studio, with active noise filtering. Bloomberg claims that Apple had already planned to announce them at an event it held this month, but decided to postpone the announcement at the last minute after some technical problems in final tests.