Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Apple Reveals New AirPods Pro, and They're Available This Wee


Apple Reveals New AirPods Pro, and They're Available This Week

Geekiest delight: Algorithms test sound quality to find the best fitting tip for your ears

  • These guys cost $250 and the most exciting addition is that they're noise-cancelling.
  • AirPods Pro go on sale this Wednesday, Oct. 30.
  • If you're like loads of people who just don't have ear canals shaped well for earbuds, we've got a Popular Mechanics guide for you on how to hack your AirPods to fit snug as a bug.

    Apple has finally released the deets on its newest generation of wireless earbuds, which the Cupertino, California-based tech giant is calling the AirPods Pro, which is in-line with its new line of iPhones, also called Pro
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    They go on sale Wednesday, October 30, but you can preorder them now on Apple's website. Keep in mind that you can't pick up these $250 earbuds in-store, but if you order today, you're guaranteed delivery on Halloween.
    You can even get them custom engraved with your name, initials or phone number (we're assuming this is some kind of fix for all the people who lose one or both of their AirPods).

    The AirPods Pro feature:

    Active Noise Cancellation: The AirPods Pro use two microphones and proprietary software to adapt to each ear, removing background noise. The first mic is outward-facing and can detect external sounds to create an equivalent "anti-noise" that cancels out the distractions before the sounds ever hit your ears. The inward-facing mic cancels any other noise detected. Altogether, the noise cancellation feature adapts to the sounds in your surroundings 200 times per second, according to Apple.
    One-tap connection: After opening the charging case near your iOS devices and giving it a tap, the AirPods Pro instantly connect to all of your Bluetooth-enabled devices on your iCloud account. That goes for Apple TV (hey, no more bugging your roommates or family while you watch television), iPods, Apple Watches and of course iPhones, Macs and iPads.
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