Apple officially launched the first true wireless noise-cancelling headset AirPods Pro in 2019. This product has been well received by consumers around the world with a very good experience, and it has opened the door to a new world for countless users who have never touched noise-cancelling headsets.
But Apple seems to be not very satisfied with the ID design of AirPods Pro. There have been rumors that Apple will bring huge changes to the appearance of next-generation products.
Recently, related media exposed the rendering of the new AirPods Pro, showing some of the designs of this new product.
Net exposure of the new AirPods Pro rendering
From the picture point of view, the most noticeable thing about the new AirPods Pro is that the headset body uses a different design from the past, completely canceling the “headphone handle” that has been used in three generations of products, but adopts an in-ear solution similar to Samsung and Bose. Compared with the previous generation, the volume is significantly reduced, which can achieve a smaller wind noise experience.
As for the charging box, there is not much change. The existing rounded rectangular design is still used, but thanks to the substantial reduction in the volume of the headset, the volume of the charging box will also be reduced, making it more portable.
In addition, the news revealed that the new AirPods Pro will be equipped with the same Apple H1 chip as the previous three generations, and its audio, noise reduction and experience should not be much different from the previous generation.
It should be noted that there have been some news that the new AirPods Pro will bring better waterproof and dustproof capabilities, which will help improve the durability of the product.
Based on the current supply chain information, the new AirPods Pro has already begun off-line production, among which domestic Winbond Electronics (Winbond) is one of the manufacturers that supply NOR flash memory to Apple, and it is expected to officially debut in April this year.
Source: Fast Technology