The future is not ready for coming just yet. Apple has declared that its AirPods, the wireless headphones which the company was set to launch this month, are not ready.
The AirPods were first revealed alongside the iPhone 7 at an event previous month. And the two belonged to the same pitch – only as Apple had done with removing the headphone jack, the AirPods were meant for signaling that the company was prepared for the wireless future.
The AirPods created from the ground up for the new vision of listening of Apple. Not just do they not have wires for plugging into the phone, but also they do not have wires between them either – comprising of 2 little bits of plastic which plug into every ear.
In addition, playing music wirelessly from a mobile, the headphones have specific hardware which enables them connecting to other devices like Apple watches or Macs if they are in range.
However, presently Apple has said that the new wireless earphones are not ready and so will not be going on sale this month.
An Apple spokesperson said that the previous response to AirPods has been great. They do not believe in shipping an item before it is ready and they require a little more time before AirPods are prepared for their clients.
It is still unclear what is wrong with the earphones or when they will be launched.
The news arrives at an intense time for Apple. It was declared just a day before Apple unveils its new MacBook – an event which some thought would add the launch of the AirPods, too – and early after Apple declared its worst outcomes in fifteen years.
As of now, some previous versions of the AirPods have been given out to the journalists. It does not appear that any of these review units have undergone substantial problems.