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Report: This is the change that will soon come to AirPods - voila! technology


One cable - also for headphones? According to a new report, Apple is also planning a significant change in its wireless headphone segment, which will probably arrive in a new version that will align with the other manufacturers

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According to a new report by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the technology giant is working on a new version of the AirPods Pro, which will come with a USB-C connection - instead of the familiar Lightning connection.

According to him, the new headphones will be launched in the third quarter of 2023, which means that it is likely that Apple will reveal the new version at the annual announcement event in September, alongside the iPhone 15 series. However, at least at the moment it seems that Apple will not release a USB-C version of the AirPods 3 model. And this is not the first

time Shaming-Chu Ko reports that future versions of AirPods will use USB-C for charging.

Last year, the analyst said that Apple's headphones as well as other accessories would also move to USB-C alongside the iPhone.

This also includes accessories such as the company's keyboard (Magic Keyboard), the mouse (Magic Mouse) and the portable battery - MagSafe Battery Pack.

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As a reminder, against the background of the law in the European Union that will require the technology giants to switch to a uniform charging standard, the iPhone 15 series is expected to bring with it one of the biggest changes in recent years with the neglect of the well-known and old Lightning connection in favor of the universal USB-C connection.

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Source: walla

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