Next Generation AirPods to Arrive in First Half of 2019 With 'Health Monitoring' Functions [Report]

Next Generation AirPods to Arrive in First Half of 2019 With 'Health Monitoring' Functions [Report]

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Apple will release its next generation AirPods 2 in the first half of 2019, according to a DigiTimes report. The site claims the wireless earbuds will gain some health monitoring capabilities.

In terms of wireless headsets, Apple is set to release AirPods 2 sometime in the first half of 2019, and the new wireless earbuds with discrete designs to carry health monitoring functions are expected to receive enthusiastic market responses. Other brand vendors have all planned to launch wireless headsets in the year, with market competition seen to heat up soon.

Well known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also predicted that Apple will update its AirPods with wireless charging in early 2019. This will likely occur around the same time Apple releases its AirPower wireless charging mat. Kuo also believes the company will introduce an all-new design for the earphones in early 2020.

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Next Generation AirPods to Arrive in First Half of 2019 With 'Health Monitoring' Functions [Report]

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NoGoodNick - January 24, 2019 at 2:54pm
With SO MANY Apple fails of late, you’d think Apple would concentrate on their most popular (and reliable) products. Instead, they continue to hawk their ‘medical’ use (a claim which has NEVER proven reliable), as an excuse to once again jack up the price so much that no one can afford it. It’s another case of false marketing claims trumping quality engineering under Tim Cook.
simos - January 24, 2019 at 4:00pm
Well, good point, Quality engineering seems not a priority anymore at Apple, just look at the MacBook Pro, they killed every feature that made the MacBook Pro famous, and this speaks a lot about who is in control of the company, surely not the engineering team.
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onelife - January 28, 2019 at 3:56pm
Just like the New Mac Airbook they discontinued the MagSafe
kingyemzy - January 24, 2019 at 6:41am
Hey guys in Apple company will need you to perfect iCloud on the AirPod, so he can’t be useful to anyone that see it. after lost or stolen cause mine just lost in some few weeks and can’t locate it or make it useless to whoever see it thanks
NoGoodNick - January 24, 2019 at 2:49pm
Sorry, but the AirPods have ALWAYS worked with Apple’s Find My Phone app. I’ve NEVER had a problem with it (thank heavens, as I lose them in my house often). If you put it in ‘Lost’ mode, if ANY Apple users passes it, it’ll find it even if it’s not connected to a network, including if someone’s already purchased it from the thieves. Time to read you manual.
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