Apple Works on Wireless Headphones with Modular Design

The company bets on a retro design for its new high-end accessory

Apple is working on headband-type wireless headphones with noise cancellation technology that will have a modular design, to introduce elements for personalization, and which are expected to be presented at the end of the year.

The company has decided ‘ retro ‘ design for its new high-end headphones, which would have two variants, one with a premium finish based on a fabric similar to leather and another more focused on physical activity, as reported by Bloomberg.

The headphones will have an oval shape and will be attached to the headband by a magnetic system, which will allow the replacement of the parts. This modular design, according to the sources consulted, could also be used with or without the headband fastening.

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The company would employ wireless sync and noise cancellation technology similar to that already used by AirPods. They will also be able to connect with the Siri assistant, although they will combine voice control with touch control.

According to the aforementioned medium, these headphones have been in development since 2018, and the company is expected to present them at the end of the year.

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