AirPods Pro 2 rumored with heart rate monitor, hearing aid function


Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 are expected to be released soon, and a new leak has provided us with a few details and a number of images.

System-in-Package (SiP) for the H1 chip, which provides adaptive active noise reduction, is included in the new AirPods Pro 2. “Higher integration and superior manufacturing technologies” are to blame for the new SiP’s increased performance and lower power consumption.

Find My function has been upgraded, and new functions including heart rate tracking and hearing aid mode of usage have been added to the system. The charging port is USB-C, and it is designed for quick charging.


Like the AirPods 3 and the AirPods Pro, it has a similar look. It’s evident that these are related. A pressure-sensitive button is included on each of the AirPods Pro 2 stems.

It’s possible that the heart rate sensor in the AirPods Pro 2 will be able to detect temperature, but that has yet to be confirmed.

The redesigned casing, which features a microphone and can relay what it hears to the earphone for sound improvement, works in conjunction with the Hearing Aid function. In addition, the case has a speaker that plays sounds when the Find My feature is activated, making it easier to locate the case.


Adaptive EQ, spatial audio for tracking the user’s head, and audio sharing are all expected in the audio department. High-amplitude drive units and high-dynamic-range amplifiers will also be included.

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