Apple won’t update AirPods Max until late 2024, and other than new colors and USB-C charging, no other major changes are expected.according to it bloombergI’m Mark Garman.
Garman said in the latest edition of the Power On newsletter that Apple plans to replace the USB-C Lightning port to comply with European regulations and maintain consistency across the AirPods lineup, but Apple plans to replace the USB-C Lightning port with the H2 chip and other He said there are no plans to add AirPods functionality. For the near future. In fact, the next version of Apple’s over-ear headphones will be so similar to the current model that Apple may not even change the generation number, similar to the USB-C AirPods Pro.
That said, Garman added that Apple’s plans could “likely” change between now and when AirPods Max is released.
Last week, Gurman reported that all three AirPods models, as well as Mac accessories like the Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad, could be transitioning to USB-C by 2024.
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