Apple Headphones

Apple Headphones


Apple is said to be working on Apple Headphones which are said to be very high quality over ear headphones.

Apple has really been focused on audio lately and its even more evident with the release of HomePod.

Since Apple purchased Beats they’ve definitely released products with better sounding audio in everything from the iPhone to HomePod to AirPods and in the recently refreshed iPad Pros.

A new report from Bloomberg has provided details about Apple Headphones saying that they’ll rival those from Bose and even offerings from its own Beats by Dre.

The Cupertino company plans to launch the headphones at the end of this year, though due to the development issues it is facing, a delay is certainly possible. A team inside Apple has been working on the headset on-and-off over the last one year.

The issues being faced by the team working on the headphones are similar to the ones faced by the team which worked on the HomePod which included multiple redesigns of the product. A source said that its possible Apple could redesign the headphones before their launch.

Apple plans on targeting the high-end of the market with its over the ear headphones, an approach it took with the $349 HomePod as well. Like AirPods, the headphones will also feature an easy wireless pairing process.

Given that the headphones are still almost 10 months away from its public release, it will go through some major changes before being unveiled to the public. Apple’s motivating factor behind the headphones seems to be the success of its own AirPods which have been selling well even after 1.5 years of their introduction.

Apple set a new benchmark with the sound quality of the HomePod, and its likely that the company will achieve something similar with its headphones as well.

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