Everything points to waiting for the third generation of AirPods to be over. We've been hearing rumors that tell us about them since last year, and renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo placed his release in the first half of 2021.

The deadline is about to end and, if the rumors are right, Kuo's prediction is going to come true. At least, this is now stated by Luke Miani, a popular Youtuber specializing in Apple products and news, who has explained to the AppleTrack medium that AirPods 3 will be introduced next Tuesday, May 18.

According to the report, the announcement of Apple's new wireless headset will occur away from the stage of a special event. This time, Cupertino will choose to present the new product through a press release.

Miami does not have a history of accurate predictions related to new products, so we need to take this information with caution. However, other recent rumors also place the release of AirPods 3 by now, so it's not far-fetched to think that the presentation is going to happen this day.

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AirPods 3 is expected to have a design very similar to AirPods Pro, with silicone pads for added comfort and a shorter cane. In the technical section, it is said that they will include a pressure-sensitive touch input, ventilation and pressure relief for the ears, spatial audio, and perhaps an increase in battery life.

According to Miami, and as other leaks also anticipated, the new generation of AirPods will not arrive alone. Apple will take the opportunity to announce the new level of high fidelity for Apple Music, Apple Music Hi-Fi, which will compete from you to you with Spotify Hi-Fi.

Previous information indicates that Apple Music Hi-Fi will have the same price as the normal subscription of 9.99 euros per month and will offer a music stream without loss of audio quality compared to the original.