Bloomberg reporter, and frequent Apple news source, Mark Gurman has given his two cents’ worth on one of the key features expected to debut in Apple’s hotly-anticipated AirPods Pro 2 – and it’s not good news.
What’s up? Well, fitness fans had long been hoping for the introduction of temperature-sensing (something which Honor initially reported would arrive for the first time ever in its Earbuds 3 Pro, but never managed to deliver) and even heart-rate monitoring to the new AirPods . But in his most recent Power On Newsletter (opens in new tab)Gurman writes:
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