Yesterday's Apple Event confirmed the rumors about the HomePod mini and iPhone 12 series release. Unfortunately, everyone's expectations for the AirTags, AirPods Studio, and Apple Glasses releases were not met.
The good news is that Apple leakers and analysts are predicting a third virtual Apple event to be held in November. The November event is rumored to reveal Apple's next Mac or MacBook device that may or may not support the upcoming macOS Big Sur.
In the meantime, renowned Apple leaker and tech analyst Jon Prosser shared another one of his predictions for the highly-anticipated AirTags and AirPods Studio launch dates.
AirTags Predicted Launch Date
Jon Prosser's predictions earlier this year were confirmed for the Apple Watch Series 6 and SE, iPad, and iPhone 12 launch and release dates. Recently, Prosser shared his predictions for the AirTags launch.
The AirTags accessory is rumored to help users find their devices and other accessories by detecting the whereabouts of the item wirelessly. Unlike Tiles, AirTags would use the Find My app on the iPhone in addition to its Bluetooth connections to help users locate their lost belongings.
As confirmed from the October 13 virtual Apple event, the AirTags were not released nor mentioned. That said, it doesn't mean the Bluetooth location accessory is completely dismissed from Apple's agenda.
While some Apple fans expect Apple to introduce AirTags in the third virtual Apple event next month, Prosser believes the AirTags won't get the spotlight till March 2021.
As displayed in Prosser's previous tweets, the AirTags design is rumored to sport an all-white front along with a "polished metal back" with the Apple logo. @CConceptCreator's 3D design appears to match Apple's aesthetic.
If Apple does create the AirTags accessory, we can all rest assured to find our devices quicker and more efficiently than before.
AirPods Studio Rumors
The other rumored accessory to join the Apple collection is the over-the-ear AirPods Studio headphones. Prosser once again predicted accurately that the AirPods Studio will not be announced during the October 13 event—and he was right.
So, what do we know about the AirPods Studio release?
Prosser shared in a recent tweet that the AirPods Studio would sport a "luxury variant—made of leather/metal" design and could retail at $599.
Compared to the latest AirPods Pro retailed at $249, the AirPod Studio would be more than twice the price. Whether Apple will offer the same free engraving option provided for the AirPods Studio as the AirPods Pro, the over-the-ear headphones will give users an enhanced sound experience.
Assuming Apple combines the Spatial Audio and Active Noise Cancellation features to the AirPods Studio as the AirPods Pro, users could listen to a higher-quality sound with deeper bass to hear every note and pitch regardless of what they listen to.
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A brand-new Apple product, the Apple AirTags are tracking devices to keep your items in order. Attach them to any of your devices (or personal items), and you'll be able to track them from your Find My app as if they were Apple devices themselves. And, in case you lose your item, you'll have a variety of tools to help you relocate it. Expecting a release in Fall 2020, the AirTags will be useful for keeping your devices secure.
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