Apple AirPods 3 specs features release date

Its been a few months since Apple’s second generation of AirPods was announced. And now the company would like to focus on AirPods 3.

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The AirPods 2 had a newer chip, Siri support, and improved audio experience. Even though the second-gen audio bud by Apple had a lot of features, certain functionalities were still missing, and that might come to the AirPods 3 alternately. Here’s everything we know concerning the next AirPods.

The Apple AirPods 3, according to rumors and reports will hit the markets in the year 2020.

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Apple AirPods 3: What To Expect

The new upcoming AirPods could feature a new design with a special textured grip coating. The next-gen AirPods will also feature class-apart Siri integration with a slew of voice-activated commands like turning music on/off or making phone calls.

The previous earbuds from Apple lacked in the audio quality department, and the third-gen buds would like to change that with improved audio capabilities and better bass.

AirPods 3

According to reports via 9to5Mac, the AirPods 3 will come with Noise cancellation. One thing to note is that with the intro of Noise canceling tech, the earbuds will result in high power consumption.

A Bloomberg report also suggests that the next AirPods will come with a heart monitoring system as seen on the Apple Watch 4. The same Bloomberg report claims that that the new AirPods will be water-resistant (Not waterproof) the gadget could also hold a bigger battery. Under the hood, you will see a new and improved chip powering the buds manufactured by maybe Qualcomm. In a nutshell, the AirPods 3 will have:

Noise cancellation
Water resistance
Fitness tracking(sleep, steps, heart rate, etc.)
Longer battery life
New design language

The Cost Determinant

Both the first-gen and the second-gen AirPods were launched at a starting price of  £159/$159 and stretched up to £199/$199. We are anticipating some design changes and the introduction of new features this will result in the bumping of the price tag.