AirPods Lite Apple reportedly working on low cost wireless earbuds

If you thinking to buy Apple wireless earbuds and could not stop thinking about their expensive price. Then here’s some good news for you according to reports Apple has been working on this issue. Now they are planning to make cheap AirPods Lite to compete with cheap wireless earbuds.

According to Jeff Pu, apple products are popular but their AirPods demand would be declining significantly this year. According to reports a decline of 10 million units of Airpods is expected which will decrease the demand for AirPods 3 resulting in the stop of its next series this year.

There has been no update about the Airpods Lite and still, the information about its specifications isn’t revealed. However, Pu said it would challenge the non-Apple earbuds in the low-price market.

Seeing the prior launched devices the AirPods lite are expected to cost lower than $129 and there’s another possibility that Apple may even decrease the price of the second-generation AirPods even further to $99.

The second generation AirPods Pro was released by Apple in 2022 with a number of improvements, including as improved noise canceling and a redesigned charging case.

 

 




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