AirPods Pro 2 has everything you need, but there's only one feature Apple has been hidden

AirPods Pro 2 has everything you need, but there's only one feature Apple has been hidden ...

During the Far Out segment, Apple revealed AirPods Pro 2. While everyone speaks about the new Dynamic Island on iPhone 14 Pro series, theres one product the Cupertino company outdid itself and its AirPods Pro 2. AirPods Pro 2 have everything you need, and more, but Apple has yet to reveal one additional feature this product might offer.

AirPods Pro 2 might appear the same at first glance, but Apple revamped these wireless headphones. While we must yet see how it improved in real life, the company''s promises are impressive.

Personally, the original AirPods Pro fits perfectly in my ears. When im traveling on the subway or doing a bus, these are my favorite wireless headphones when im traveling to the United States or need to get disconnected. Apple claims that the new H2 technology can cancel noise up to two times better, this is something I am looking forward to testing.

Apple is now calling it Adaptive Transparency, which, according to the company, can reduce substantial environmental noise like a passing vehicle siren, construction tools, or even loud spears at a concert.

AirPods Pro 2 has a new, lengthy-awaited feature, which is touch control. Users can finally drop or turn up the volume by sliding their fingers on AirPods sterns.

Apple had modified the first AirPods Pro case to match the Find My application, but the company has now added the U1 chip in its MagSafe Charging Case, making it easier than ever to locate the wireless headphones and also make it sound thanks to its built-in speakers.

The company is introducing extra small ear tips so AirPods Pro 2 can fit more ears. There is one last thing Apple did not mention during the keynote, but it might be that this product would be even better than we anticipate.

AirPods Pro 2 has Bluetooth 5.3 support, it may offer new codec support, and a Lossless playback.

Bluetooth SIG announced that it had finalized the LE Audio Spec, allowing businesses to make use of this technology a couple of months ago.

The Low Complexity Communication Codec LC3 for short can deliver at much lower bitrates without diminishing the audio quality we currently see with the Bluetooth standard, and the good part is that Apple is already testing it with AirPods Max.

A developer was able to activate this codec by the latest AirPods beta firmware, which said it improved the sound quality on calls, but something was missing on AirPods'' hardware: Bluetooth 5.2.

AirPods Pro 2 and iPhone 14 are available on the market, thus Apple can not only deliver a higher bitrate with these devices, but also provide some Lossless streaming with Apple Music.

This new codec may help you listen to songs, watch movies, and more, and may include several wireless headphones at the same time. Currently, you can only connect two AirPods from the same source.

Apple seems to be yet to be testing this feature, but this technology might spur a revolution in audio streaming.

Wrap up

Id argue that although Apple is concerned about expanding its AirPods Pro 2 capabilities, you should not expect the company to provide official support for this new codec. For example, the new Apple TV 4K might provide a 120Hz refresh rate thanks to HDMI 2.1 support, but after a year, the company hasn''t upgraded the set-top box to offer this technology to users.

How do you like the new AirPods Pro 2? Do you think Apple will eventually support this new codec and improve the music experience with these headphones? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.