A new report claims that Apple AirPods 3 has entered the production stage, and these devices have also begun to be shipped from suppliers to Apple. It added that the initial production of the rumored Apple True Wireless Stereo (TWS) headset has been very low, which may be the reason why we did not see them appearing with the iPhone 13 series at the Apple California streaming event on September 14 . According to reports, Apple may launch the second-generation AirPods Pro together with AirPods 3 at the press conference next month.
DigiTimes reported that the AirPods 3 TWS headset has entered the production stage. As mentioned earlier, the report also pointed out that Apple has already begun to accept products that have already been produced, and these products may be on the market soon. The rumored AirPods (3rd generation) are said to be equipped with a new chipset and support Apple Music Lossless Audio. The report also speculates that the battery life of AirPods (second generation) has been extended.
According to the report, Apple has received enough AirPods 3 that it may launch TWS headsets later this year. It added that these may be launched together with the second-generation AirPods Pro at an event in October. It is said that a new M1X chipset-driven Mac device will be launched at the press conference next month.
An earlier report indicated that Apple may launch AirPods 3 at the “California Streaming” event earlier this week. Market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has twice predicted that the upcoming TWS headset will either be more expensive than AirPods 2, or the price will be the same as its predecessor. Guo Mingchi said that in both cases, Apple will continue to sell two headsets at the same time, because it is speculated that the design of AirPods 3 is similar to AirPods Pro-as Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman predicted in August .
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