According to the 9to5Mac reported that although there has been a lot of news about the new AirPods recently, in fact, they do not seem to usher in an update in the short term. A confirmed tipster confirmed Guo Mingchi’s recent report that AirPods 3 plans to enter mass production later this year.
Recently, Guo Mingchi said that AirPods 3 is under development, but the supply chain is not ready for mass production until the third quarter of 2021, which means that they will not be launched in the next few weeks.
Now, a well-documented tipster L0vetodream has posted on Twitter, saying the same thing in a consistent and mysterious way: roughly translated as “There is no AirPods in my dream”. In a follow-up tweet, the person who broke the news said, “AirPods 2 will not die.”
This once again confirmed Guo Mingchi’s statement, he said that it is not clear whether the second-generation AirPods will be discontinued when AirPods 3 is launched, or whether Apple will continue to provide the second-generation AirPods at a cheaper price.
The blogger also indicated that Apple will hold a spring new product launch conference on March 23. Not only the iPad will have Mini-LED, but also AirTags item trackers. Earlier it also said that the iPad Pro 12.9 inches are recommended.
According to previous reports, it is expected that AirPods 3 will have basically the same industrial design as AirPods Pro, with shorter ear handles, but will lack active noise reduction.
Earlier news revealed that Apple will have a new iPad Pro with a Mini-LED display in the pipeline, but most rumors only mention the 12.9-inch model, so the Mini-LED maybe a 12.9-inch model Exclusive features.
In addition, the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro is expected to use the faster A14X chip and support 5G networks on models with cellular network connections. These two functions may be extended to the new 11-inch models, but it is still unclear.