The AirPods 3 has been rumoured for quite some time. They will undoubtedly happen one day, but they have already missed many launch dates. However, a trustworthy leaker reports that the new AirPods will be released in September alongside the iPhone 13.
According to supply chain sources, the manufacture of components for the new “AirPods 3” is ramping up, and the long-rumoured gadgets should emerge at Apple’s annual fall event.
Shipments of flexible circuit boards and system-in-package chips for the AirPods update have begun in “limited numbers,” according to the new report. The late third and fourth calendar quarters of 2021 are expected to see an increase in deliveries.
“The updated AirPods (AirPods 3) will have a decent chance to be presented during Apple’s product launch in the second half of the year,” according to sources quoted by DigiTimes. Given that Apple no longer includes a complimentary set of headphones with the iPhone, the publication expects them to be “price-friendly.” Indications from the supply chain imply that AirPods’ growth will continue.
The new AirPods will appear identical to the AirPods Pro in terms of style but will lack some functions such as active noise cancellation. The good news is that it appears that the wireless charging case will be included as standard this time. In other words, you don’t have to pay more for Qi wireless charging.
The new AirPods 3 are expected to go into production in August, which implies that, as previously said, a September debut is quite possible. We expect the earphones to be available in stores as soon as the iPhone 13 is released.
We can’t wait to see what Apple has in store for us in a few months, especially given how wonderful the iPhone and AirPods are right now. Given how near we are to the next generation of upgrades, it’s a bad time to buy any of the two items right now.