Latest AirPods Is Expected to Hit the Markets in the Next Month, Some of Its Features Finally Released

By Kevin Panganiban , Updated Nov 21, 2016 10:43 PM EST
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Apple's latest wireless earphones are about to take it to the next level as they are about to launch their latest AirPods in the next few months. Although it was originally set to be released in late October 2016, Apple said that they needed a little more time to ensure that it will be ready for the customers, thus caused its release date to be delayed.

Now that the iPhone 7 has been launched and the holiday shopping season is coming, this would probably be the best time to at least come up with a release date. But while they still haven't released any updates about it yet, there are quite a few guesses on what we should expect from Apple's latest wireless ear buds...

 According to 9TO5Mac, when AirPods are ready for its launch, Airpods will have at least 5 hours battery life on a single charge and even has a power back up through a rechargeable carrying case that might give it at least 24 hours of extra battery life. A quick 15- minute charge can also power up your AirPods for more than 3 hours.

AirPods is designed to work over Bluetooth and also feature Apple's latest W1 chip for instant pairing with Apply devices and easy transition between two iCloud devices. The wireless earbuds will be sold for at least $159, which is only $10 more than the BeatsX Bluetooth earbuds that connect via a neckband and also has the W1 chip.

According to Daily Mail, the wireless headset was supposed to be released together with the latest iPhone 7, but AirPods' release was later put on hold by Apple to make sure that everything's working fine before it's initial release in the market. So Apply fans might want to hold on to their horses for the meantime and stay as patient as possible.

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