Apple AirPods 2 To Boast Deeper Bass, Health Sensors, Better Grip: Report


Apple will be soon introducing the next iteration to its wireless AirPods

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Apple will be soon introducing the next iteration to its wireless AirPods. Speculations are rife that the AirPods 2 will boast enhanced audio output and new features.

Sources told MySmartPrice that Apple AirPods 2 will be identical to the current AirPods. However, they will boast more features such as better bass response and sensors for heart rate monitoring.

It is also expected that the new AirPods will come covered in a new coating for improved grip. The AirPods 2 will be available in Black and White colour choices and likely to be priced around USD 200.

In addition to the AirPods 2, Apple is also likely to introduce the long-awaited AirPower wireless charging pad and wireless charging case for the first-generation AirPods.

In other Apple-related updates, the iPhone XR - 64GB variant is available for purchase at Rs 70500 at offline retailer Mahesh Telecom that is based in Mumbai. Along with this device, the 128GB variant and the 256GB internal storage editions are priced at Rs 75500 and Rs 85900 respectively.

Now, you should remember that these prices are reported "offer prices" meaning the discounts may be for a limited time period. E-tailers viz Flipkart, and Amazon, along with the Apple Stores, have not been carrying the new prices on the iPhone XR.  

Also, this year’s Apple “Shot on iPhone” challenge was live till February 7. In case you have flexed your creative photographic muscles by submitting your best photos shot on iPhones to Apple, then you could anticipate with bated breath the results of the challenge. In case you have preferred not to send in your entries to the contest, or have missed it, then it should do no harm for you to keep your photographic skills honed perfectly.

(With inputs from ANI)

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