Apple AirPods beta firmware has reportedly begun supporting a bigger good quality Bluetooth codec for the AirPods Max. This is anticipated to boost the Apple headphones’ voice phone calls high-quality. The impending AirPods Professional is also anticipated to aspect the upcoming version of the H1 chip. The report also additional that the true probable of the Small Complexity Conversation Codec (LC3) technological innovation will require Bluetooth v5.2 along with a new era of AirPods components. A further report previously this year experienced indicated that Apple AirPods Max new color variants will start afterwards this year.
A the latest report by 9to5Mac indicated that developer George (via ShrimpApplePro) has enabled LC3 codec assist for Apple AirPods Max through its beta firmware. LC3 is explained to be Bluetooth’s foreseeable future minimal-power, superior-high-quality codec that is anticipated to arrive before long to headphones. The LC3 codec is reportedly envisioned to “transmit at much lessen bitrates without having dropping the audio quality we at present see with Bluetooth’s standard.”
If the LC3 codec is without a doubt brought to the firmware, it ought to increase the audio and audio simply call high-quality of the Apple Airpods Max. To remember, the report experienced also included that the true probable of the LC3 know-how will have to have Bluetooth v5.2 together with a new generation of AirPods components. None of the AirPods feature Bluetooth v5.2 as of now. The report also stated that the following technology of AirPods Pro, which is reported to be codenamed B698, is predicted to dwelling the following edition of the H1 chip.
A different latest report experienced also indicated that Apple AirPods Max new color variants will start later this year. Apple AirPods Max was launched at first with House Grey, Silver, Green, Pink, and Sky Blue color variants. Apple AirPods Max was introduced in India back in December 2020. The premium headphones from the American tech enterprise had been priced at Rs. 59,900.