Apple AirPods

Apple AirPods

AirPods come in a storage case that looks similar to a somewhat outsized dental-floss dispenser, right down to the flip-up top. Inside the case is a battery that you charge via a lightning jack on the case’s bottom. Apple incorporates their own intended chip, the W1 into Airpods, which will facilitate optimize the battery utilize and procedure the Bluetooth connection as well as audio.

Apple says AirPods will preceding about five hours on a charge; plop the two AirPods into the case and in 15 minutes they’ll charge for three hours of playback. Apple claims the case will recharge them for up to 24 hours of play time.


  • Wireless cord-free Bluetooth earbuds
  • 5 hours battery life
  • Charging case w/ extra 24 hours battery life on-the-go
  • Price: $150-159

AirPods are Apple’s new wireless, cord-free in-ear headphones, unveiled alongside the iPhone 7 on September 7, 2016. Priced at $150-159 they were originally announced to be available in late October, 2016 but were delayed until December 13

They have a very similar form-factor to the company’s wired EarPods, with the apparent exclusion of a cable and the addition of Bluetooth connectivity. Despite this, untimely reports recommend that they are better at staying in your ears.

Preferance of Customer Mind

If you want easy-to-access physical controls for volume and track skipping, or noise-cancelling headphones for study or long flights, AirPods aren’t for you. If, instead, you want cutting-edge wireless technology fit into one of the least, lightest headphones on the market, with a clever charging pack and in truth immense noise-cancelling mics, then AirPods are utterly for you.

For instance, Apple found a way to show you many, many AirPods features without telling you anything. It shows that pairing your AirPods is as easy as opening the carrying case. It shows that you can dance and they won’t fall out of your ears — in my experience, this is only true if the regular EarPods work well with your ears, your mileage may vary. It shows that you can remove an AirPod and the music will automatically pause.

When you flip the case open, it starts the pairing process. The iPhone detects the AirPods, and—here’s one of those great advantages Apple has in controlling all the different aspects of its products—automatically slides up an AirPods pairing sheet from the bottom of the screen. No trip to the Settings app is required, just a single tap.


Some Annoyances of Apple’s AirPods

  • AirPods will be difficult to find in bags or pockets.
  • We’re going to lose the AirPods easily.
  • You can’t use AirPods on the street; someone might steal them from your ear.
  • It would be expensive to buy new AirPods.
  • AirPods will not come together with the iPhone 7.
  • These AirPods can easily fall from your ears.
  • We used to buy new earbuds when the old ones were broken. Now, we have to go to Apple for technical support.
  • You would have to share your earbuds more than ever.
  • These earbuds look a bit strange in your ears.
  • People won’t be able to tell whether we are listening something or not.
  • We won’t be able to chill while listening to music.
  • We’re going to worry more about our guilty pleasures.

The magic’s in your ears

Apple’s attention to detail, and to how people use their headphones, extends to the way that the sensors on the AirPods and the software on the iPhone work together. If you’ve got audio playing on an iPhone and then you pop an AirPod into one ear, the iPhone automatically switches the audio input to that AirPod—in mono mode, no less. Put an AirPod in the other ear and now you’re hearing everything in stereo.

Without a cable, there’s no clicker to play or pause your music, but if you pull one of the AirPods out of your ear, the iPhone pauses automatically—a cue that you’re removing an earbud because you want to hear something in the real world, or are talking to someone. Pop the AirPod back in and the audio begins to play. Take both of the AirPods out and the iPhone switches its audio output back to its own speakers. On my current pair of Bluetooth earbuds, when I’m done with a run I need to take the earbuds out and then mash on a button for a few seconds until it finally turns itself off and disconnects from my iPhone.



One criticism of AirPods is their elevated price. Another appreciation is the apparent ability to fall out of one’s ear; however, testing by Business Insider has shown that it is quite unlikely for this to happen during normal use.