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AirPods Pro 2 and other Apple launches would already have a date

It is possible that Manzana announce soon the long awaited AirPods Pro second generation, that will update the model announced in 2019. Mark Gurman, a journalist from Bloomberg, has provided news about the launch of these wireless noise-canceling headphones, which could arrive this fall accompanied by a new version of the AirPods Max.


“It is expected to see some new AirPods Pro this European autumn (between September 21 and December 20). The current model has been on the market since fall 2019, so batteries are likely already in trouble for some early adopters.” gurman in your weekly newsletter.

AirPods Pro 2 news

Although the journalist did not give details about its characteristics, he has assured on several occasions that the headphones will arrive with “an updated sensor”. In particular, this will be able to provide physical activity tracking. AirPods Pro 2 is also expected to launch with a new design as well as sound improvements and longer battery life than the current version.


The new design, yes, will not be in the headphones themselves, but in its cover. At least that’s what some of the allegedly leaked images suggest.

This kit would come with speakers, which can be used to play the location sounds made by the ‘Find My’ app so you can find them quickly in case of loss. the case It will also have a hole to attach a strap to a bag or key ring.

The AirPods Pro 2 would be launched with other products


Gurman also mentioned that Apple could announce new colors for the AirPods Max. “Also expect to see an update to the AirPods Max with new colors and hopefully a price drop — $550 is absurd for those earbuds,” he noted.

Currently, this model is available in 5 different finishes: Silver, Sky Blue, Green, Pink and Space Grey. The new colors are, at this time, undetermined and no additional features are expected for the current AirPods Max.

The Cupertino company could also announce new Macs and a revamped iPadPro with MagSafe. Also with new features that allow it to differentiate itself from the current iPad Air.

Filtered images of the new iPhone 14


The iPhone It’s one of the smart phones most anticipated of the year in the industry of the technology and for that ‘merit’, the interest in leaks of information about such launches is much more attractive. The most curious thing is that many of these previously known data turn out to be real.

Now it has also been leaked that Apple would make changes to the sizes of the iPhone 14 with respect to iPhone 13 Y iPhone 12 as well as, it would significantly improve the Lightning connector.

For several years, the Cupertino company has differentiated its iPhone in two versions: the standard model and the Pro.

In addition, from 2020 it has incorporated two versions to each of these ranges, presenting a model 5.4-inch ‘Mini’, a 6.1-inch Standard, a 6.1-inch Pro and finally a 6.7-inch ‘Pro Max’. It doesn’t look like this is going to change completely in 2022, but yes, it would withdraw the famous ‘Mini’ from the market.

The molds refer to a rumor that circulated a few months ago that the iPhone 14 size design would look like this:

-iPhone 14: 6.1 inches

-iPhone 14 Max: 6.7 inches

-iPhone 14 Pro: 6.1 inches

-iPhone 14 Pro Max: 6.7 inches

It should be noted that these names are not confirmed by any source and are to be used as a guide. In any case, they serve perfectly to see what options Apple would offer with its new flagships.

If it finally happens like this, there would not be too much novelty between being able to choose a mobile 6.1 inches in standard or ‘Pro’ version, but it would be a change to be able to choose a large iPhone without having to decide between more expensive models.

Lastly, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have the ability to record 8K movies via ProRes mode. And for that, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max would have a Lightning connector with USB 3.0 support. This is because the videos recorded with this resolution will have a considerable weight and with a connection like the iPhone 13, it would take hours to transfer a video file recorded in 8K.

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