Hearing aids and heart rate detection likely to be part of Apple AirPods Pro 2nd Generation


According to the latest reports, Apple’s next generation of AirPods Pro will offer a slew of health-related capabilities. It’s rumoured that Apple is aiming to add a hearing aid, heart rate monitoring, and a USB Type-C port to the new iPad Air 2. According to a recent leak, the next-generation AirPods Pro will have a similar look to the original model, and this is believed to be the case. According to the latest leaks, it appears that the upcoming version of AirPods Pro will feature a stemless design, contrary to earlier reports.

A report from 52Audio claims that the Apple AirPods will not have health aspects but will have a strong chipset to power the show. According to a report, the SoC that allows self-adaptive active noise suppression and an upgraded Find My feature will power the earphones. The most noticeable difference in the AirPods Pro 2nd generation is the inclusion of a USB Type-C connection for quick charging. In addition, the AirPods Pro may have hearing aid capabilities. The ability to utilize the earbuds as a hearing aid would be an added benefit for users.

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In order to keep track of the user’s temperature and heart rate, the AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) would supposedly track data from the wearer’s inner ears. AirPods Pro 2mf will also enable spatial audio in addition to the previously mentioned features.

According to the source, a charging case with a USB Type-C connection will finally end Apple’s charging woes for its customers. The speaker grilles on the case indicate that it can play music even if the earphones aren’t removed from it. When it comes to aesthetics, don’t expect any substantial changes, since the AirPods Pro should keep the same look as the original model. Only a few small tweaks can be expected. However, contrary to rumour, the AirPods Pro will include stems instead of being completely wireless.

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