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Apple upgrades its AirPods with advance AI feature in 2019

Apple might be ultimately releasing a new version of AirPods in the first week of next year, but the report also truly indicate that the wireless headphone will be redesigned in 2020.

According to the Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple analyst requires for the AirPods will grow dramatically in the coming years. There were Apple rumors surrounding to upgrade AirPods for the recent Apple product launch but unfortunately, its never showed up on the stage.

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If Ming-chi Kuo’s calculation is perfect then we might see wireless charging support, though it’s just unclear either there will be an upgraded case or the earpieces themselves.

Beside of that Kuo also suggest about the next model that will also have capable Bluetooth Specification, in case of an upgraded component with internal material will be used for the production.

The rumors reports are trusted the new 2019 AirPods will water resistant with noise cancelation technology. Also, Kuo notes that upcoming AirPods will release as a witness design and “all-new design” probability.

Kuo continuously said that new AirPods proved to be the Apple’s most popular product nowadays, and Apple expects the product will sell more than 100 million upcoming 2021, at a time its 16 million units already sold in 2017.

Surprisingly, we might see some of the advances AI feature on Apple’s new AirPods, as well as recent report for The Information, Apple has captured an AI-centric firm recently.

The firm is known for its obscure device that called Sense, basically which could play music based system of user’s demand and also pair to another smart speaker easily.

Actually, Apple is focusing to provide original content for the media industry. Also, the company has combined with another partner to magnify its video-content.

Apple and A24 Studio have signed with a “multi-year partnership” to build “independent feature based length film,” report by The Wall Street Journal.

 


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