Apple | Dec 27, 2018 | Master3395
2020 can be the year of a total redesign. When it comes to Apple predictions, technology analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has a pretty impressive resume.
A number of times he has provided information that later turns out to be true. Then it just happens that he sometimes misses too...
This time, there are predictions about Apple's Airpods he comes with. Kuo claims new Airpods will be launched sometime next year, probably the first half of 2019.
These are supposed to come with a case with possibilities for wireless charging. Furthermore, he claims that 2020 will be an even more exciting year for the company's wireless ear plugs.
New look Then they will have to get a completely new design, according to Kuo. The question is whether Apple retains the "earring" style,
or if they go for a slightly more anonymous style. Otherwise, as expected, "Hi siri" support; In other words, you should be able to wake Siri with your voice, something you can't do with today's Airpods.
It is also rumored that Airpods 2 will contain biometric sensors, which can make them suitable for monitoring activity and health, among other things. They also need bluetooth 5.0 and an improved W-chip.
The analyst believes AirPods is the Apple product with the greatest potential for growth. He believes that by 2021, 11 million units will be sold. A very high number, which is quite upbeat optimally? Will you consider buying AirPods 2?
Keywords: Apple, airpods, pods, 2019
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