Apple Is Making the Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headsets These Days


Reportedly, Apple is working on setting up the new premium over-the-ear, active-noise-canceling wireless headset. And, according to our resources, these will be launched most probably by the end of this year.

This great news was initially revealed by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi-Kuo. It was further verified by Bloomberg as well. “Working on these headsets has been off-and-on for so many years. The product was revised, rebuilt over and over again before Apple finally set to launch it”, says Bloomberg.

When we further poked further on this news, we came to know that there will be seamless pairing just like the AirPods. This is because of Apple’s custom SoC powering which will be also used in these upcoming headphones. There will be an updated version of the W1 chipset as well. It has been used in the AirPods and a few wireless Beats models as well, for example, Studio3 Wireless, which were revealed recently.

Apple has seen some massive success with AirPods despite the initial criticism and doubt on the design by the customers. However, it’s our guess that the new headphones will be liked and be a success for the customers who like traditionally designed accessories. Most probably, the active noise-cancellation feature will get highlighted. There is also news that the AirPods are also expected to get a new update shortly. Which will be mostly related to always-active Siri support with listening ability, along with water-resistance generally.

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