According to a recent report, Apple is dramatically launching its audio hardware in the year 2019 with the high-end AirPods, a new HomePod speaker, and over-the-ear headphones.
In the reports of Bloomberg, the Air Pods which is releasing in the year 2019 are said to be upgraded the wireless earbuds with the noise-cancellation, a longer wireless range, and water resistance. The water-resistant is meant for fighting with rain and perspiration which is not becoming suitable for the swimming purposes.
Apple is also said that to be internally thinking about the adding of biometric sensors for new AirPods also including a heart-rate monitor. Sometimes, this seems very less certain in the language of report’s, however, now it has become the standout Apple Watch features.
According to the recent report, all of this might technically be saved for the AirPods 3, not for the AirPods 2. We have been anticipating a latest AirPods wireless charging case to work with the delayed Airpower charging mat later of this year. AirPods 2 might still be coming with the features like a new chip and also support for the hands-free Siri activation.
A New HomePod and Over-Ear Headphones
Finally, Apple might be ready to reveal the over-ear headphones to the rival Bose, Sennheiser and some other top companies which filled out the best headphones guide.
It is said to be promoted as the Apple’s higher-end substitute for its Beats headphones that is complete with the native Apple branding. The over-ear headphones were intended to release at the end of 2018, but might be delayed by the faced development. And the latest release date is set for early in 2019.
According to the report, in the next year you see a new HomePod, there were no any further details about the HomePod 2 attached, but we have formerly heard that Apple might be working on a Beats-branded HomePod or something at least cheaper than the current expensive HomePod smart speaker.
There is much more time between now and early 2019 when the Apple’s audio hardware overhaul is expected to get in progress.