According to recent rumors, Apple is preparing to release an over-ear version of its AirPods with noise cancellation. This special version carries the Moniker AirPods Studio. Previously, it was estimated that the new, bearable product would be launched sometime in the second half of 2020. However, a new report says the new headset will be official before the end of the first half of 2020.
Apple AirPods Studio may become official during WWDC 2020  According to the report, Apple's AirPods family supplier has already started mass-producing the new studio variant. If this report is correct, we may be looking for a launch that will take place next month. According to sources who are very familiar with the matter, AirPods Studio's announcement could be made during Apple's upcoming global developer conference. Apple WWDC 2020 could take place in late June. However, announcing a new audio product during an event related to software would be somewhat strange. For this reason, the disclosure can be made in a separate event. It is worth noting that due to the ongoing pandemic, the WWDC will take place through online streaming.
“Since Apple is likely to accelerate the discarding of its wired headphones, the provider will resume normal deliveries for AirPods 2 in the second half of the year and the new over-ear headphones called“ AirPods Studio ”have also started production and thus stimulated the suppliers of rigid flex boards for the devices, including Unitech Printed Circuit Board and Compeq Manufacturing. “
The AirPods Studio will be priced at $ 349, but will be available in two different versions. One will be made of high quality leather, while the other will be delivered with more breathable material to ensure that the headset is suitable for exercises. It is an advanced audio product with a number of sensors that detect when you are wearing headphones and adjust the audio channel from left to right when you put it on. They also have ear and headband padding that can be magnetically attached for easy replacement.
If the above report is correct, more details will likely appear in the coming days.