AirPods Pro 2: Apple users will have to be patient for a long time

Anyone who has speculated on a quick release of the AirPods Pro 2 after the presentation of the AirPods 3, must be prepared for a disappointment. The new in-ear headphones are not due to appear until late next year. A reliable insider has now given a rough time frame.

After Apple slightly revised the original AirPods Pro and provided them with a MagSafe charging case, it was actually foreseeable that the US company would not bring the AirPods Pro 2 onto the market anytime soon. How much time the Californians now apparently take is surprising.

AirPods Pro 2 should appear in the third quarter of 2022

Only in The AirPods Pro 2 should appear in the third quarter of 2022. This is what a very reliable insider reported on Twitter in the past. According to him, Apple wanted to bring the second generation of AirPods Pro on the market in the second quarter of 2022, but then decided on the following quarter. Why this change of heart took place is not explained.

For Apple users this means: exercise patience. Apple will present the AirPods Pro 2 in July 2022 at the earliest, but a presentation in September is more likely – in line with the iPhone event.

in the Video let’s compare the AirPods Pro with the competition:

AirPods 3 vs. AirPods Pro: what are the differences?

If you don’t want to wait that long, you currently have to choose between AirPods 3 and AirPods Pro. We have explained all the differences between AirPods 3 and AirPods Pro in a topic special that is easy to understand.

The two most important differences lie in the active noise cancellation (ANC), which only the AirPods Pro offer, as well as in the nature of the earbuds. The AirPods 3 are made of hard plastic, those of the AirPods Pro are made of flexible silicone. The latter are currently also cheaper at MediaMarkt for 229 euros (see MediaMarkt). Compared to the RRP, buyers save 50 euros.

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