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Apple’s upcoming over-ear headphones may use HomePod-style beamforming; be reversible

[2018-11-09 12:50:14]

One of the key features of Apple’s HomePod speaker is the beamforming technology used to adjust the sound output to the shape of the room, and using those same microphones for a neat Siri trick. By cancelling out the music output, Siri commands can be easily heard by the speaker even when it is blasting out music at full volume. A new Apple patent application, published today, suggests that Apple may be seeking to use the same basis of that beamforming tech in its rumored over-ear headphones, to achieve two things … The post Apple’s upcoming over-ear headphones may use HomePod-style beamforming; be reversible appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple’s upcoming over-ear headphones may use HomePod-style beamforming; be reversible


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