Apple may soon introduce new colors for AirPods Max with AirPods Pro 2 launch: Report

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Apple is expected to launch the second generation AirPods Pro in the coming months. The earbuds are likely to come with a refreshed design, improved audio quality and advanced features along with health integration, reported of bloomberg Mark Gurman in his latest newsletter power on, For those unaware, the Apple AirPods Pro was launched in 2019 and hasn’t been refreshed since.

Apple will launch AirPods Pro 2

The upcoming Apple AirPods Pro is expected to come with two major updates: a revamped design and overhauled fitness features.

According to Gurman, for the first time, AirPods Pro will come with support for lossless playback. It is also expected that the tech giant will improve the health management and fitness tracking features in the upcoming AirPods Pro. However, more details are awaited in this segment.

According to a statement from Gurman, “Look for the new AirPods Pro in the fall. The current model has been on the market since the fall of 2019, so the battery is already in trouble for some early adopters. AirPods Max with new colors Also watch out for a refresh (and, we hope, a price drop—$550 for those headphones is absurd).

In terms of design, the AirPods are likely to come with a more compact design. It may ditch the stem and come with a new charging case.

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Additionally, Apple may also be planning to launch new color variants for the AirPods Max headphones. Gurman expects Apple to slash the prices of these over-ear headphones, but there’s no confirmation yet. Notably, Apple AirPods Max was launched in India in December 2020 for Rs 59,990. It is available in Space Grey, Silver, Sky Blue, Green and Pink color options.

The company is not expected to launch the second generation of Apple headphones, but new color variants have been added to the older model.

Apple may soon introduce new colors for AirPods Max with the launch of AirPods Pro 2: Report first appeared on BGR India.

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