Lately there have been a lot of rumours about design of over-ear Apple headphones. A new rumour has appeared about this.
Does the design of over-ear Apple headphones like this?
In the first developer beta of iOS 14.3, an image has surfaced of Apple’s over-ear headphones, it discovered 9to5Mac. In addition, the same icon has also surfaced in a leaked video, in which attention is given to the company’s Find my app.
New Pairing video in the Find My app in iOS 14.3 beta 1 with the codename Hawkeye hints at Apple Tags support and new Apple over ear headphones. pic.twitter.com/oVdCLQcaWc
— Steve Moser (@SteveMoser) November 12, 2020
In the video we see a magnifying glass going over the over-ear headphones. That magnifying glass is also about a bag and a suitcase, which may be a reference to the also unannounced Apple AirTags (the Tile competitor that the Cupertino company is probably working on). Since the above has surfaced in the Find my application, the thought is now that both the AirTags and the over-ear headphones, provisionally called AirPods Studio, can be found via that app.
Since the over-ear headphones icon has emerged in the iOS 14.3 beta, Apple may intend to release that device to the official version of iOS 14.3 whenever that update is released. But it could also be that the company is now testing something and that all information about the headphones will be removed when the final version can be downloaded and installed. The fact that this icon has been found does not confirm the existence of the product. In any case, it would not be strange if in this way we have found out that the AirPods Studio will arrive: the AirPods Pro were previously discovered in the iOS 13.2 update, before Apple had announced anything.
The headphones would be provided with a removable ear cushion, so that you can adjust them to your own taste. The product would also have gone into production a few weeks ago, according to the latest rumours.