Apple is rumored to be officially unveiling the AirPods 2 on March 25 at a special event at the company’s Steve Jobs Theater, along with a new TV streaming service. This updated model will reportedly come in a black color and have a soft-touch matte coating to help them stay in ears more securely. Plus, it should feature wireless charging as well as hands-free voice commands, which means you won’t need to double tap anymore and say “Hey, Siri” to activate Siri. Read more for a video and additional information.
“Apple introduced a few health-monitoring features in its Apple Watch Series 4, a smartwatch that obtained FDA clearance to notify you if it detects an irregular heart rhythm using an electrocardiogram (EKG). Apple might save its boldest health-tracking ambitions for your wrist for the time being, but a January 2019 report from Bloomberg stated that Apple was exploring a health-monitoring feature for the next-generation AirPods as well, and DigiTimes recently reported that such a feature will appear within the first half of 2019,” reports The Verge.