An Apple leaker released another exciting detail about the upcoming iPhone 13. He claimed that AirPods 3 is confirmed to arrive with the new device.
An Apple leaker released another exciting release detail of the upcoming iPhone 13. He claimed that AirPods 3, the third-generation wearable of the giant tech developer, is confirmed to arrive together with the new handset.
The Apple leaker said that he “confirm that the AirPods 3 will release alongside the upcoming iPhone in September.” Although this information was already reported by various publications companies for the past few weeks, it is still a big deal since he is referring to the confirmation of the giant tech manufacturer regarding its new AirPods 3.
There’s a high chance that his statement will come out to be true since Dylan, the one who released the detail, is one of the most reliable Apple leakers in the market. On the other hand, his latest most was also able to attract some of the iPhone fans who are waiting for the new handset’s final launch.
One of the iPhone 13 interested consumers in the comment section said that “this lovely tweet just popped up on my feed and I don’t follow you. Don’t know how you can confirm this but it seems legit because the tweet is short and sweet—along with your follower count. I’m in. In short, I love apple products—so, thanks.”
On the other hand, another iPhone fan said that he “lost one of my airpod earbud’s and was considering buying the airpod pro version as an upgrade but then now I’m kinda glad I didn’t. I’m for sure upgrading to iPhone 13 from the 11 so I’m gonna see if this is legit.”
However, you still need to keep in mind that this information is not actually confirmed by the iPhone maker. On the other hand, the tech giant creator also warned users, critics, and other experts to avoid leaking unannounced details of their soon-to-be-released devices.
Should You Leak Apple Product Details?
Recently, Apple warned that smartphone fans should avoid leaking details that are not yet announced by the giant tech firm. Why? Because the leaked information could make some confusion.
Specifically, the unconfirmed information of the new smartphones could mislead third-party case manufacturers. Once that happens, Apple said that it could report you to the police since your misleading post could lead to revenue losses.
The giant smartphone maker explained that “premature disclosures about unannounced products can also harm customers worldwide when the relevant information disclosed is inaccurate, and third parties – such as accessory manufacturers – develop and sell cases and other accessories that are in fact incompatible with the unannounced product because, for example, the design or dimensions differ. Such situations are harmful to customers and to Apple”
Apple added that “it is obvious that when the unpublished information about the design and performance of Apple’s products is kept confidential, it has actual and potential commercial value.”