What Makes Noise Canceling on the AirPods Pro 2 so good? One billion transistors

By placing the new Apple AirPods Pro 2 headphones that Apple unveiled at the Far Out event on September 7 in my ears in the Steve Jobs Theater hands-on space, I wanted to experience what Apple promised would be a 2x better active noise canceling experience. Even in this bustling space, I was surprised at their effectiveness, which is mainly due to the new Apple H2 chip.

Apple’s silicon, which some say started with the iPhone and its specially designed A-series chips, has spread across a range of devices, including Macs and tablets with M-series processors – but the H2 predecessor that appeared on the original Pros AirPods in H1 chip form, in fact predates the Apple Silicon concept (similar to the original A series).

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