Have You Heard? Apple Might Launch AirPods Pro This Month

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Have You Heard? Apple Might Launch AirPods Pro This Month
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Apple has launched a lot of cool stuff at its iPhone 11 event last month, and people thought that was it for the year. But the tech giant isn’t done impressing the fans. It is being speculated that the company will soon be launching AirPods Pro to delight the fans of the original AirPods.

According to speculations, AirPods Pro would be a pair of noise-cancelling earbuds that will allow you to make and receive calls without any disturbances. You can also use them during the next Netflix binge-watching session and make entertainment wireless. Another speculated feature worth mentioning is the silicone tip that will keep the lovely noise in your ear canal without irritating your skin.


As Apple products are rarely cheap, you can expect the AirPods Pro to cost around $260 in the US or $380 in Australia. They will be marketed as a pro version and are considered to be better than the usual AirPods.

Some people have dug up an image of AirPods Pro, and the design (if real) is so impressive that it may soon join our list of true wireless earbuds soon. The image shows clear signs that the noise-cancelling feature of AirPods Pro could be turned on and off easily.


Reports say that AirPods Pro might be launched as early as the end of the month. If that happens, you will be able to soon enjoy the newly launched Apple TV+ with these beauties. As the end of the month is nearly here, we think Apple will launch the AirPods Pro quickly but might not have a wide stock of it. If that happens, history would be repeated. When Apple introduced AirPods in December 2016, the stock was low, and people were able to purchase it easily only a few months after the launch.

The quick launch of AirPods Pro, if it happens has proven that the war to please your ears is getting intense. The new AirPods Pro would have to face competition from Amazon Echo Buds, Microsoft Surface Earbuds and Google’s Pixel Buds.