Apple’s new Starkey technology will give your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch the ability to record and analyze audio, with support for adaptive technology and an app that lets you play back the recorded sound.
Apple’s StarKey technology is a new kind of earbud.
It uses a proprietary processor to process the sounds and make them accessible to your iPhone and iPad, and it will be able to play back those sounds from a variety of different sources, including Siri, the company’s voice-controlled virtual assistant.
The Starkey app is designed to help you create a playlist with different music sources, or make a list of music you want to listen to.
Apple will add more sources to the app over time, with new ones added each month.
The new StarKey app is also capable of playing back recordings from other sources, like a microphone.
The company also promises that the new audio will be more accurate than the Starkey software.
Apple will be making a Starkey-compatible phone and earbuds at its Worldwide Developers Conference in March.
Apple plans to sell an adapter that can plug into a StarKey earbudge, or any of the many Starkey earbudes, for $99.
AppleInsider reported that the adapter will work with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, and the Apple Watch Series 3.
The adapter will also work with Apple Watch.
The adapter has been tested by Apple, and is available now at Apple’s website.
The $99 adapter is a small piece of equipment, and you’ll need a USB-C port for charging, and an adapter cable to plug into the adapter.