Apple plans to bring a USB-C port to the standard AirPods and the AirPods Max as soon as 2024, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
In a new article outlining his specific expectations for Apple’s “Wonderlust” event, featuring new details about the Apple Watch Series 9, second-generation Apple Watch Ultra, iPhone 15, ?iPhone 15? Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and ?iPhone 15 Pro? Max, Gurman mentioned that the company is apparently working to move all of its Lightning-based accessories to USB-C.
USB-C will come to the AirPods Pro first, with the switch being introduced during Apple’s event next week where it is expected to be a key feature of the ?iPhone 15? and ?iPhone 15 Pro?, followed by the other AirPods models as soon as next year. The new ?AirPods Pro? set to be introduced next week will not offer “any other major new hardware features,” Gurman said.
In the long term, Gurman reinforced that Apple is working on bringing health features to its AirPods, including body-temperature sensing and a hearing-test system. These improvements are likely to arrive at some point after the switch to USB-C across the lineup.Related Roundups: AirPods 3, AirPods Max, AirPods ProTags: Bloomberg, USB-C, Mark GurmanBuyer’s Guide: AirPods (Caution), AirPods Max (Neutral), AirPods Pro (Neutral)Related Forum: AirPodsThis article, “USB-C Reportedly Coming to AirPods and AirPods Max as Soon as 2024” first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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