Apple is gearing up to launch the third generation of its wildly popular in-ear earphones, the AirPods 3, as the reports claim that optical sensors of the AirPods 3 have entered the ‘production’ stage.
According to a new report published by Digitimes, Apple’s Taiwanese supplier ASE Technology has already started the production for the optical sensors that will be used in the next generation AirPods. Apple was earlier expected to announce AirPods 3 at the wrongly-reported 23rd March event until a late leak claimed that the Apple event is now expected to be held in April.
Leaks and rumors have suggested that AirPods 3 are going to get AirPods Pro treatment this time, with the in-ear earphones featuring a smaller stem and wide wireless charging case. Even though the third generation AirPods are getting some features from its costly brother, the earphones are not expected to feature ear tips or active noise cancellation.
One premium feature that the next-generation AirPods might feature is the Spatial Audio, first introduced with Apple’s over-the-ear earphones, AirPods Max. Up until now, we’ve seen a few renders and real-life images of Apple’s yet-to-be-announced in-ear earphones.
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