Apple is reportedly working on wireless earbuds to be launched with iPhone 7.
The end of earbud cable tangling is near says a new report. Apple is developing wireless earbuds, similar to what German Bragi offers or also this Kickstarter project. Apple has registered a trademark for AirPods, which could be the product name of the Bluetooth earbuds.
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Apple is using the resources of Beats Electronics to develop the new earbuds according to 9to5Mac. The AirPods are supposed to launch in time with the iPhone 7 as an optional accessory. The price is likely lower than $300, Bragi charges for the Bragi Dash.
The Dash can do much more than sound, it can listen as well. The hearable is also a fitness tracker with in-ear biometric sensors, live activity feedback and gesture controls.
The Apple wireless earphones are supposed to feature a noise-cancelling microphone to make calls and command Siri.
Earlier rumors said that the iPhone 7 will not have a headphone jack and the EarBuds will connect via the Lightning port.
To charge the AirPods, users need to place them in a charging box that contains a rechargeable battery.
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The iPhone 7 is expected to launch in Fall, but 9to5Mac's sources say that Apple has not finalized the design yet. There are supposed three design in testing. Apple will need to make a decision soon to start the manufacturing process for the iPhone 7.