Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has expressed scepticism about previous reports that the planned second-generation AirPods Pro will include a built-in heart rate and body temperature sensor, stating that such a feature is unlikely to arrive anytime soon.
“Rumors regarding this year’s model getting the capacity to gauge the wearer’s pulse rate or body temperature have been circulating for the previous few months. Both features are unlikely to be included in the 2022 upgrade, I’ve been informed “In his most recent Power On newsletter, Gurman says. Gurman says that Apple has looked into these functions and that they could be released eventually.
AirPods Pro 2 heart rate or body temperature sensor
The AirPods Pro 2 reportedly have the ability to analyse body temperature and heart rate from within the ear, according to a 52Audio rumour that surfaced only last month. The AirPods Pro 2 would have to Find My capability, an upgraded H1 processor, and USB-C, according to the same claim. It will be interesting to see if the report’s other claims prove to be true.
Since the AirPods Pro’s arrival in 2019, Apple has only released a new MagSafe charging case (last autumn). A new version of the AirPods Pro is anticipated to be announced by Apple later this year, potentially at the same time as the iPhone 14 and new Apple Watch models this autumn.