Apple's AirPod had an interesting existence. Originally scheduled for launch in October 2016, Apple's wireless earphones only debuted two weeks before the end of 2016. AirPod's offering was ridiculously tight after launch, with some interested buyers having to wait up to two months for their orders to be fulfilled.
Since then, Apple has slowly, but steadily got a grip on AirPod demand. However, AirPods are strangely sold out in various European countries, including France, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Norway, Poland and many others, according to a Watchgeneration.Fr report. Of course, the scarcity of AirPods has led to an AirPods 2 launch coming sooner rather than later.
Up to this point, Watchgeneration adds that they have recently spoken to an Apple retail store in France and learned that they have noticed since the exhaustion of their previous AirPods offer that it has " new reference "list in their top up database, which could also point to an AirPods update just around the corner.
Of course the idea that Apple releases the next generation of AirPods, is certainly not new. Earlier this year, an investor announcement from Barclays announced that Apple plans to release the next-generation AirPods with noise reduction features and "Hey Siri" functionality in 201
As a reminder, Apple will hold a special media event later this month to introduce new iPad Pro models. With that in mind, it's plausible that Apple is also taking some time to introduce a new iteration of its wireless headphones.