During its iPhone 15 occasion, Apple reported that the second-age AirPods Ace will before long transport with a USB-C case. However, it turns out that the business secretly implemented additional enhancements in addition to the charging port swap. For one’s purposes, the USB-C AirPods Genius have attached dust obstruction onto their current water and sweat opposition: They are IP54, as opposed to the IPX4 of the Lightning model from last year. The fact that these USB-C AirPods Pro will support lossless audio when paired with Apple’s forthcoming Vision Pro headset is perhaps even more intriguing.
Lossless playback has never been a feature of Apple’s wireless earbuds before. “Powerful 20-bit, 48 kHz Lossless Audio with a massive reduction in audio latency is unlocked by the H2 chip in the most recent AirPods Pro and Apple Vision Pro, combined with a ground-breaking wireless audio protocol,” the press release from the company states. Commonly, high-goal sound comes in at 24-cycle/48kHz, so it appears as though Apple’s answer stops barely shy of that piece profundity.
However, at least with the Vision Pro, it appears that Apple is pushing lossless for gaming and entertainment, not necessarily for casual music listening:
It makes sense to emphasize the lower latency and higher fidelity for games and movies because I don’t think many people will use the premium mixed reality headset to listen to lossless Apple Music tracks.
This is what’s odd: this element is apparently just upheld by the USB-C AirPods Star and not last year’s adaptation. In fact, these are as yet the second-age AirPods Expert, yet apparently Apple has made some in the engine changes that empower the lossless sound capacity.
I’m extremely inquisitive about this “noteworthy remote sound convention.” What’s going on here? Why wouldn’t it be included in the new iPhone 15 lineup instead of just the Vision Pro? The following information has been added to the AirPods Pro webpage by Apple:
A “progressive new configuration,” eh? Ideally, we’ll learn more throughout the next few long stretches of time. Apple should have introduced wireless lossless audio to the AirPods Max first, but since a new pair won’t be available until at least next year, the Pro buds have jumped ahead.
The “AirPods Genius (second era) with MagSafe Charging Case (USB‐C)” — what an item name — are accessible for preorder today and will be in stores close by the iPhone 15 series and new Apple Watches on September 22nd.