A new report this morning – should be cautious – from MySmartPrice reinforces the rumors of a Spring launch for AirPower, with updated AirPods featuring "new design" and a grip-inclined coating. The source is also called for enhanced audio quality from the buds, a black color offering, and an enhanced design that allows for the broader bass response.
According to the source, the new coating that can be done at AirPods 2 is similar to the mirror style located at the rear of Google Pixel 3. For those not familiar, the rear of Pixel 3 features a frosted, soft feeling glass that gives you a great grip – especially when accented when placed in your ears, it seems.
The rumor suggests that not only the top part of AirPod 2 buds features this layer, but also the whole case. As with the price, $ 1
The source also speaks to AirPower, saying that the mat is thicker than the original intended thanks to  However, the configuration of will encourage Apple users with features " exclusive "related to unexpected seats up to iOS 13. It's unclear what" features "Apple will do or even be able to resist from a charging mat through software, however. The report asks for a $ 149 price tag, however, that a prediction reappears instead of a confirmed word.
Notably, a separate report from 1945 DroidShout earlier this week was also called a new grip coating. On the debut behind the mirror of the iPhone 11, however, the more concrete evidence that proves that the claim has not been discovered.
The last time MySmartPrice and AirPods 2 made the headlines back in November, when the site was first reported to Bluetooth 5.0 headphones that received the SIG certification.
The most reliable information we have about AirPods 2 comes from Digitimes, reported last month that headphones will be launched in the first half of this year with improved health monitoring features.  This is the first real talk we've heard about a new layer that could provide a better grip on Apple's products in the future. Are you excited? How about the prospect of black AirPods at last? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!
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