Cupertino giant Apple unveiled four new iPhone 14 models, three Apple Watch models, and the much-awaited AirPods Pro 2nd Generation.
According to Apple’s tech specifications for the iPhone 14 models and the second-generation AirPods Pro, they support Bluetooth 5.3. But the status of LE Audio support for these devices remains murky.
A new LC3 codec was released last month, which means the iPhone 14 Pro can transmit at much lower bitrates without the audio quality descending as compared to the current Bluetooth standard. You can expect improvements in audio calls, music playback, and more.
As for the new AirPods Pro, there’s an all-new charging case that features a handy lanyard loop and is sweat- and water-resistant; the latest volume control was missing on the 2019 AirPods Pro.