New Bluetooth certification shows Apple AirPods Pro 2 expected to support LE Audio standard

time:2022-09-27 05:59:48 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Monitor
New Bluetooth certification shows Apple AirPods Pro 2 expected to support LE Audio standard

IT House August 25 news, as the biggest update of the Bluetooth audio industry in the past decade, the LE Audio standard has many advantages. A certification document submitted by Apple to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) earlier this month showed that Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 may support the LE Audio standard. According to MacRumors today, Apple's submission to the Bluetooth SIG mentions the Bluetooth 5.3 host subsystem, which is likely to prepare for Apple's future products. Also, the document should actually refer to Bluetooth 5.2, since Apple's Bluetooth version listed in the Bluetooth SIG database tends to be one higher than what the device will eventually support. For example, Beats Studio Buds that actually support Bluetooth 5.2 are listed as Bluetooth 5.3 in the certification document, and there are many iPhone and iPad products that only support Bluetooth 5.0 listed as Bluetooth 5.1. It's unclear why Apple's Bluetooth version in the database is one version higher than it actually is, but the confusing certification version aside, Apple's adoption of the Bluetooth 5.2 standard will be very beneficial for Apple's AirPods Pro 2. Bluetooth 5.2 has many updates, like support for the LE Audio standard. The LE Audio standard will improve audio quality, extend battery life, and the LE Audio standard will allow one iPhone to have 2 pairs of AirPods, as well as the ability to connect the left and right AirPods separately. In July this year, the Bluetooth SIG stated that it is expected that by the end of 2022, products that support the LE Audio standard will be gradually launched. At the same time, Apple is expected to launch the second-generation AirPods Pro by the end of this year, which means that Apple AirPods Pro 2 may support LE Audio standard. Previously, due to the Bluetooth standard, Apple's AirPods series did not support Bluetooth connection to play lossless music, and if the AirPods Pro 2 adopts the new encoding format LC3 of the LE Audio standard, it will become Apple's first support for lossless music. True wireless headphones for music.

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