AirPods Pro 2 will support LE Audio and bring will bring lossless music
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AirPods Pro 2 will support LE Audio and bring will bring lossless music with minimum 20ms wireless latency.
Apple announced today that it will hold an autumn new product event at 1:00 am Beijing time on September 8, with the theme of “Far out”.
In addition to the absolute protagonist iPhone 14 series, the official will also bring a new wireless headset to the public – AirPods Pro 2.
According to macrumors, AirPods Pro 2 will be the first to support the Bluetooth LE Audio standard, and the headset will become Apple’s first headset to support lossless music.
It is understood that the Bluetooth LE Audio standard is a new audio architecture that brings multiple upgrades such as higher sound quality, lower power consumption, lower latency, and support for broadcast audio.
LC3 is a new generation of high-efficiency Bluetooth audio codecs that can be used in LE Audio profiles. Compared with Classic Audio’s SBC, AAC and aptX codecs, LC3 can achieve a minimum Bluetooth transmission delay of 20ms , providing users with more Good wireless experience.
In addition, AirPods Pro 2 will also be equipped with a new H1 chip, which supports heart rate detection, can be converted to hearing aids, supports Find My functions, etc. It is worth looking forward to.
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