Apple unveiled the first generation of AirPads Pro in October 2019. This product with its great capabilities has been able to attract the attention of many users, and for this reason, Apple intends to introduce the second generation of AirPads Pro this year. Today, Ming-Chi Koo, a well-known Apple product analyst, announced in a report that the AirPads Pro 2 will enter mass production in the second half of this year. He also has no good news for those hoping to change the charging port of this product.
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On Twitter, Mr. Koo posted new news about the second generation AirPads Pro. He expects mass production of Apple's AirPads Pro 2 to begin in the second half of this year. He also notes that the product is to be produced in Vietnam this year to reduce the company's dependence on China. The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Apple plans to build more production lines outside of China. India and Vietnam are among the countries selected by Apple, where many companies, including Samsung, also have a number of product lines.
About the generation Apple's new AirPads Pro There are several rumors circulating in cyberspace that are worth mentioning. It seems that the second generation of Apple AirPads Pro will be introduced with a different design than the previous generation. According to the latest rumors, the AirPads Pro 2 uses a protruding short base design that will be very similar to the Beats Fit Pro headphones. Apple is said to have tested a rounder body for this product, which covers a larger part of the ear. But it seems that embedding the hardware of this gadget in such a body is not easy, and for this reason, Apple has probably abandoned such a plan.
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Other rumors suggest that Apple's second-generation AirPads Pro will likely be able to monitor sports activities using built-in sensors. The headphones also feature a new chip that improves communication with other devices. The American tech giant had already unveiled the third generation AirPads with a more up-to-date look and newer technology. This AirPad, which has a battery life of up to 6 hours of continuous music playback, is also resistant to water and moisture.
According to Mr. Koo, the second-generation AirPads Pro will support Lossless audio content and have a voice charging case that can play an alarm sound for users to easily find. This audio player charging case seems to sync with the Find My app. Koo believes that AirPads may support health monitoring features, but does not link the rumor directly to second-generation AirPads.