In addition to looking at the new Deep Fusion imaging feature of the business, the current iOS 13 beta contains another demo that may not have been meant for users to see yet.
Digging into the alpha of the 13.2 maker,9to5Mac discovered an icon that could represent the next-generation AirPods of the product.
It's best not to think too much about the logo for the moment. That said, if it's symbolic of what the next-generation AirPods are going to look like, the one interesting detail we can gather is that they might have interchangeable rubber tips.
About everyone has this one problem with Apple's Bluetooth headphones: a one size fits all solution.
The headphones will be used elsewhere in iOS 13.2, 9to5Mac finds code snippets outlining several different listening modes. One is called focus mode," for example.
According to 9to5Mac, the different modes indicate that the latest AirPods might include active noise cancellation. Since they provide a stronger barrier, rubber and silicone tips assist in noise cancellation.
Analyst Ming Ching Kuo has a good track record when it comes to Apple-related speculation when we can start to see a new pair of AirPods.
He recently said that either later this year or early next, the brand would launch a new pair of AirPods with an "all-new design." It is speculated that with Apple preparing to host another hardware launch later this fall, we might see a new pair of AirPods as early as this month.