Apple has probably gotten enough companies to make cheap knockoffs of its new and iconic AirPods – Apple Wireless Wireless Headphones. Cheaper third party options have left a vacuum left by Apple's failure to release next-generation AirPods, a product line that has long been expected by professional customers and troubled consumers.
It seems that they finally get ready for Apple to remove the balls from their next iteration of the portable ear plugs, probably called AirPods 2. And while Apple has not had anything official to say about the case, BGR reports a leak produced by an insider who has left unauthorized – and definitely unauthorized – pictures.
"Anonymous Twitter user" Mr. White "has shared pictures of unleveraged products and components for several years, but he still manages to fly under the radar mostly. Despite the fact that he is not so famous as any other gadgetleakers, his leaks are almost always true Early Wednesday morning, White released two images showing dozens of stacked AirPods cases. Although he did not write any lyrics along with the images, his reputation suggested that the images show the unreleased second-generation version of Apple's AirPods. "
– Mr · White (@laobaiTD) November 14, 2018
Unfortunately, there are nothing about the AirPod cases in these images to distinguish them from the current AirPods. It allows Apple fans to speculate that the little has changed about the shape and size. There is still hope that Apple will do something that can help improve the fit for those who have trouble keeping the smooth tears in place.
There were also no details about whether these AirPods are being charged wirelessly. At last year's WWDC, Apple announced on the scene that they would release a new case for AirPods, one that could offer a wireless charging option. Of course, this was in connection with their announcement of the AirPower carpet – a product that could obviously charge an iPhone, a set of AirPods and an Apple Watch all at once. After being a no-show for almost a year and a half, many have written the AirPower device as vaporware.
Technically, however, Apple can still meet its self-appointed "next year" deadline by getting it out before the door before 2018 is over. That fact alone increases faith in the thought that this rumor is true, and that new AirPods actually emerge just in time to become highly sought after stocking stuffers.
There is also no word on the potential price point or feature as yet, giving some doubt about the doubts about rumors.