Apple Could Bundle AirPods with iPhones Next Year

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If you're planning on upgrading your current iPhone but haven't done so, you may want to hold off on that impulse purchase until next year. The biggest differentiating factor would likely be support for 5G via Qualcomm's Snapdragon X55. That is considering Apple does not end up increasing the price of the iPhone 2020.

We recommend taking this article with a pinch of salt. The latest and greatest model to date, the AirPods Pro, are even more successful and enjoy such great demand that analysts are predicting a shortage in supplies for Thanksgiving and Christmas season.

Airpods are expected to be one of the most popular gifts this holiday season, with Apple reportedly having to double production, but if a new rumour is true every iPhone 12 buyer next year will be getting one for free.

Apple's fastest-growing products include the wireless earbuds.

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DigiTimes has said that Apple is considering bundling new iPhone models with AirPods in 2020. Still, it's hard to imagine how Apple could do this without compromising the quality of its AirPods technology and impacting the perception of, and demand for, its actual standalone AirPods and AirPods Pro, both of which now feel like much more premium products.

We should reiterate: MacBooks don't go on sale very often, and this $300 discount is one of the steepest deals available on any Apple laptop. It's unlikely that Apple would bundle these with the iPhones unless it chooses to raise the price for the 2020 iPhones. With three quarters remaining until the launch of the next iPhones, we will likely hear more on this if the report has any credibility, so stay tuned. Okay, I know, this sounds a bit absurd - and you aren't wrong.

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