Apple AirPods 3 Release Date
According to several media reports, Apple has brought many upgrades to the new generation of wireless headphones AirPods 3, and there are major changes in the design and functional configuration, which are highly anticipated.
Unfortunately, Apple did not launch AirPods 3 at the spring launch event not long ago, and some sources said the product might be delayed until the iPhone 13 launch event, which was a bit disappointing. However, the latest news brought by an overseas tipster recently shows that Apple may directly list AirPods 3 headphones on the official website on May 18. The new revelation comes from YouTube blogger Luke Miani, who shared the news exclusively on the AppleTrack website.
Given that Apple has directly shelved new products many times since the epidemic, even including iPad and other heavyweight products had also omitted the launch, the possibility of AirPods 3 directly on the shelves is still very high. Comprehensive known news so far, AirPods 3 compared to the previous two generations in terms of appearance has a lot of changes, the overall shape into the AirPods Pro design language, using a half-ear solution, the overall shape is more ergonomic design, should bring a more comfortable wearing experience.
In addition to the cosmetic changes, Apple AirPods 3 will also see a major upgrade in terms of functionality. Sources say it is expected to include active noise cancellation, but since it does not use a closed in-ear design with better closure, the noise cancellation effect may be weaker compared to AirPods Pro. It is worth mentioning that, thanks to the semi-in-ear design, it can have a more comfortable wearing experience compared to AirPods Pro, which is more suitable for long time use.
According to new rumors, Apple plans to release a new HiFi version of Apple Music alongside the new third-generation AirPods, and a report earlier this month indicated that Apple plans to start offering Apple Music subscribers a higher quality streaming service in the coming weeks. According to the report, the HiFi version of Apple Music will cost the same $9.99 as the current individual Apple Music subscription. However, specific details about how Apple plans to incorporate the HiFi version of Apple Music into its existing subscription tiers are still unknown.