ByDavita Bloemhof 2020-02-19 376
The report does not provide details on the configuration of the AirPods Pro Lite, but only in a document that Apple wants to work with partners to increase production. It is reported that as the epidemic increases the uncertainty of the resumption of normal operation of materials by Chinese parts suppliers and assembly manufacturers and the risk of shortage of raw materials and disruption of shipments, Apple may let its partners in Taiwan handle the production of more next-generation devices.
It is not clear exactly what DigTimes means by "AirPods Pro Lite". Because Apple just released the AirPods Pro, in October last year and the second generation of regular AirPods was launched in March 2019. The price difference between the AirPods Pro and the conventional wireless charging box version of the AirPods is only $50, so it is not clear how the "Lite" version of the AirPods Pro will be added to the Apple lineup.
However, it is reported that while DigTimes usually has some knowledge of Apple's product channels throughout the supply chain, it is less accurate when it comes to specific details such as product naming and release time. So the so-called "AirPod Pro Lite" may be the third generation of the conventional "AirPods".
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