A new report this morning – to be taken with utmost caution – from MySmartPrice confirms the rumors of Spring Air launch, along with updated AirPods with "new design" and sloping coverage. The source also requires improved sound quality from the buds, black color and improved design to allow for greater bass response.
According to the source, the new cover that can make its way to AirPods 2 is similar in style. For the glass that is on the back of the Google Pixel 3. For those who are not familiar, the back of the Pixel 3 features a frozen, soft touch on glass that provides a more subtle grip – especially emphasized when placed in your ears.
The rumor suggests that not only the upper part of AirPod 2 will have this cover, but the whole case. As for the price, $ 1
The source also talks about AirPower, saying the stool will be thicker than originally designed thanks to its 8-7-7 coil. Configuration however, Apple will entice users with "exclusive" matte features that are not expected until iOS 13. It is unclear what "features" Apple could or even can withhold from the charging mat through software . The report calls for a price of $ 149, which again feels more like a guess than a confirmed word.
Interestingly, a separate schematic report from DroidShout earlier this week also called for a new rear-glass cover for the iPhone 11, however, more specific evidence to support this claim have not yet been discovered.
Last time MySmartPrice and AirPods 2 made the headlines again in November when the site initially announced the Bluetooth 5.0 handsets that get the SIG certificate
The most solid knowledge we have about AirPods 2 come from Digitimes, who announced last month that headphones will be launched in the first half of this year with improved health tracking features. 19659003] This is the first real conversation we've heard about a new coating that can provide better traction with Apple's future products. Are you excited? How about the prospect of black AirPods at last? Tell us what you think in the comments section below!
Sign up for 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news: