Apple AirPods Pro To Come In Four Colors To Compliment iPhone 11 Pro


When Apple removed the headphone jack with the iPhone 7 series the company had a perfect replacement -- the Apple AirPods. The brand recently upgraded the original edition and added wireless charging support. Now, leaks and reports suggest that the company is all set to launch a "Pro" version of the same -- the Apple AirPods Pro to complement the iPhone 11 Pro.


Four Colors To Match The iPhone 11 Pro

The Apple iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max was launched in four colors and the latest leak suggests that the AirPods Pro will also available in four colors such as white, gold, midnight black, and midnight green. Except for the change in color all four models will have an identical set of features.

The AirPods Pro will come equipped with some new features like active noise cancellation and these wireless earphones will also be water-resistant.

These earphones were recently found on iOS 13.2 source code that indicates that the launch date is sooner than we anticipated and might be made available by this Christmas.

Considering the design overhaul the AirPods Pro might pack in a bigger battery to offer better battery life. The redesigned form factor should also help users to use these earbuds for an extended period without worrying about ear fatigue.

Expected Pricing

Just like the original AirPods the AirPods Pro is expected to come with a hefty price tag. Considering the pricing trend the AirPods Pro is likely to be priced between $200 to $300 and might come to India at a slightly higher price tag.

Just like the original AirPods the upcoming iteration is also expected to work with Macbooks, iPads, and iPhones. Besides, these earphones will also work with Android OS but should get a better user experience with an Apple product.

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