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    Despite the popularity of AirPods wireless earbuds, Apple is rumored to have decided not to give up on the form factor of overhead headphones with a headband. Well-known industry insider John Prosser published information about the upcoming release of the new "Apple" acoustics on his Twitter account and named not only its price but also the expected date of the announcement.

    Details about the new full-size Apple headphones

    According to the source, the vendor plans to release new wireless headphones with an overhead design, the cost of which will be about $350. It is reported that data about the headset was discovered in the source code of the iOS 14 pre-build. According to the published image, the new product will be available in two color options. The device is expected to be announced in June 2020 at the WWDC conference.

    Details about the new full-size Apple headphones

    The network informant also spoke about the upcoming release of AirPods X liners, which are expected to be presented during the autumn presentation along with the new iPhone models and will cost $200. In addition, he said that Apple plans to abandon the Beats line.

    The insider did not disclose details about the specifications of future new products.


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