Apple will Add AirPods to 2020 iPhones

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Recently, Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis and his associates revealed that Apple's iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, due to be launched in September 2020 are going to sport 6GB RAM.

On the other hand, Apple can simply increase the overall price of new iPhones covering the manufacturing cost of AirPods alongside.

Shoppers can score two major Apple AirPods Cyber Monday deals on Amazon, which include markdowns on both the original model and the latest Apple AirPods Pro (the wireless charging case version has already sold out). Other Android vendors including Samsung and Xiaomi are contemplating the possibility of bundling their respective flagships devices with a pair of True Stereo Wireless (TSW) earbuds. It would be a logical move for the company as the company has long stressed on wireless audio (since the iPhone 7) and the company could experiment with the lightning port or move to USB-C altogether.

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To recall, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus were launched a few months back in August this year. Among all the things there are reports suggesting some camera features that might be in the next Galaxy device.

It is a little hard to believe that Apple will bundle the AirPods with its smartphones. This means that the earphones should cost even lesser for the company to manufacture. While it's likely AirPods will remain discounted over the Black Friday period, we can't imagine prices dropping much lower than this.

The AirPods' starting price is $159, so many experts are questioning the probability of Apple including such a costly accessory in the box of the next year's iPhone's while also maintaining the same price people got used to. The news does not only include Apple, but Samsung and Xiaomi are also expected to do the same. There is one more behavioral concern over the matter.

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