Apple’s sales of AirPods Pro at the higher end have grown steadily since its launch in October 2019, likely to be similar to AirPods 2 by the end of 2020, DigiTimes reports and calls it “an encouraging development for SiP substrate suppliers, including Taiwan’s Nan Ya PCBs and Korean manufacturers.”
Jay Liu and Willis Ke for DigiTimes:
PCB and IC substrate suppliers have seen their shipments for TWS [True Wireless Stereo] The earplugs are picking up significantly since the start of the second half of 2020, and expect the shipping collection moment to last until the end of this year, according to industry sources.
Unitech PCB lost all of its rigid-flex table orders for AirPods 2 for Korea’s Young Poong in the first half of 2020, but has managed to share orders with Compeq Manufacturing and Young Poong in the second half of 2020, with shipments all growing steadily. due to seasonal demand, the sources said.
MacDailyNews Take: AirPods Pro offers so much more for only $ 90- $ 50 (depending on the AirPods charging case, wireless or standard, respectively), it makes sense that sales of Apple’s most advanced TWS earbuds will match and soon darken it like regular AirPods.