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Apple AirPods Pro

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Features

  • Active noise cancellation for immersive sound
  • Transparency mode for hearing and connecting with the world around you
  • Three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a customizable fit
  • Sweat and water resistant
  • Adaptive EQ automatically tunes music to the shape of your ear
  • Easy setup for all your Apple devices
  • Quick access to Siri by saying Hey Siri
  • The Wireless Charging Case delivers more than 24 hours of battery life

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  • I Use Mine Daily
As I sat on my computer today, perusing options to buy another set of Apple’s AirPods Pro, it dawned on me: it’s about time I write a review for these bad boys, because I’ve used mine almost daily for the past year-and-a-half. If you’re new to the world of Apple’s headphones and earbuds, you may not realize that Apple offers three options that will suit your needs much better than the standard, wired ear buds that come with some Apple products, like iPhones and iPods: 1: Airpods, which are the wireless companion to the standard earbuds the you’ll find accompanying some Apple devices. These Airpods are the size of the standard earbuds, if you were to cut the cords off at the very base of the earbud stems. They come in a small, square-shaped charging case with round corners, which serves as a convenient storage location for your AirPods, and accepts the standard Lightning USB cable to charge. 2: AirPods Pro, which have all of the features at the standard AirPods, plus a more comfortable fit, better sound quality, and two modes of sound augmentation, being a noise-canceling mode and a “Transparency mode”, which allows you to listen to your surroundings while you listen to your music, podcasts, or other media. 3: Lastly, Apple added the Airpods Max to their fleet this year. These are over-the-ear headphones that offer similar features to the AirPods Pro, minus the charging case. You’ll find that these headphones have better noise-cancelation and sound quality than the AirPods at the cost of a larger profile and price tag. Please note: While the cases for the AirPods and AirPods Pro accept the lightning cable to charge, they can also be placed on a mag-safe charging pad to charge. With that said, I’ve only btested the AirPods Pro with the lightning cable, as I do not own a wireless charging pad. So, Let’s Focus on the AirPods Pro Keeping in mind that this post has no ties to any outside entity, so my opinions aren’t being skewed with the intent of pleasing an advertiser, I absolutely love my AirPods Pro, and I take them with me just about everywhere. I’m on my second pair, because they are easy to lose due to their compact case, but that small profile is also a big part of why I love these earbuds, so it’s a bit of a paradox. If you can see, this won’t be much of a problem for you, but if you’re visually-impaired, it’s another story. With that said, the AirPods Pro are capable of being used with Apple’s “Find My” app, but you have to be pretty close to the case for this feature to be beneficial if you have a visual impairment. Keep in mind that I’m also deaf in one ear, so your mileage may vary here, but I just don’t think the sound is strong enough to truly tout this as an outstanding feature; I’d say the “FindMy” capability is more of an afterthought that Apple added to increase the length of the “features” list for these earbuds. But I’ll save the rest of my opinions until the wrap-up at the bottom of this post. Let’s get into some facts. What’s in the box? First of all, the packaging for the AirPods Pro lives up to the standard we’ve come to know as Apple has grown into the Titan of a company that it is. It’s sleek, compact, and satisfying to open. Inside the box, you’ll find your AirPods Pro and accompanying charging case, three different sizes of the silicone tips that form the seal necessary for effective noise cancellation, one lightning to USB-C cable, and some documentation. Features With the price being around 80dollars more than the AirPods with charging case, it’s a no-brainer that the AirPods Pro are the better choice, whether you’re in need of noise cancellation or you just have an extra 80 bucks burning a hole in your pocket, and you’re about to see why. Comfort and Convenience Being someone who owns a pair of ears that don’t cooperate with standard Apple earbuds very well, the comfort and secure fit provided by the silicone tips of the AirPods Pro are almost at the top of my list when it comes to benefits of these earbuds. With only three size choices, you may feel that two different sizes provide the same level of comfort and sound quality, but the AirPods run a “fit test” during setup to determine which of the tips are the perfect fit for you. The only feature that tops the comfort of the AirPods Pro is their ability to seamlessly alternate between the noise cancellation and transparency modes. On top of these two stand-out features, Voiceover users won’t notice any latency between executing gestures on-screen and their devices’ TTS output, which is a somewhat common occurrence with other Bluetooth headphones. Noise Cancellation and Transparency Mode Living in the heart of the city, I constantly switch between the two modes while I travel with my cane, as I come to street crossings and need to hear traffic, or when I’m on long spans of uninterrupted sidewalk, where I can block-out the sounds of the city while I make my way to my next crossing. And, while the noise cancellation of the AirPods Pro is incredible for their size, I do want to note that they don’t provide as much soundproofing as an over-the-ear headphone, like the Bose Noise Cancelling 700 Headphones. And if you’re curious, you can find my review of those headphones here. On the other hand, when in transparency mode, the AirPods utilize both their inward and outward-facing microphones to bypass the sound-masking that comes with having standard earbuds in your ears, leaving ones’ ability to hear their surroundings unimpeded. And when I say unimpeded, I mean it; when it comes to listening to my surroundings, the transparency mode provides a level of clarity I haven’t experienced with another pair of earbuds- and especially not with over-the-ear headphones. Sweatproof I also wear my AirPods Pro when I lift weights, and on my way both to and from my Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gym: Two times when there is a lot of sweat and a lot of movement, and so far, their sweat/splashproof design has withstood everything I’ve subjected them to. It’s not uncommon for me to wash them under a faucet, and again, they still work just fine. I haven’t submerged them into a vessel of water though, and Apple has outlined that this would surpass the limits of the AirPods resiliency. Battery life and Charging case While I haven’t been able to find any specific details as to the battery life of the charging case itself, one comparison article I found stated that the standard AirPods can be used for 4.5 hours before needing to be charged by their case, while the AirPos Pro will survive for 5.5 hours. Do keep in mind that these measurement are approximate, as the battery life may vary greatly, depending on distance from the connected device, volume level, mode, and many other factors. Alright, but how do they sound? My AirPods Pro deliver a surprising level of sound quality, whether I’m listening to audiobooks, podcasts, or music. They are undeniably the best pair of earbuds I’ve ever owned, and I’ve had a hard time transitioning back to standard Bluetooth earbuds at times when my Airpods Pro are charging. Spoken-word content sounds crisp and professional, with no fuzziness looming around the speaker’s voice, so I’m not often distracted by poor audio quality, unless I have an unstable wi-fi connection. And, the AirPods Pro even add an extra layer of depth to stories that have occasional music or sound effects entwined throughout their duration. Finally, when listening to music, the AirPods Pro have a surprising amount of power; I haven’t had the feeling that I’m missing any part of a song because of their bass output when in noise cancellation mode. However, When in noisier settings with other music in the background, like at a public gym, I do find myself longing for my aforementioned, over-the-ear Bose headphones, because I can hear too much of the gym’s music over my own. Wrapping Up If you know you want to buy a pair of wireless earbuds, I can’t recommend the AirPods Pro enough. While I do believe they are a tad pricey, inflated prices come with the territory when it comes to Apple products, and I feel like I’ve gotten my moneys worth from these earbuds. With that said, if you’ve decided it’s time to track-down a pair for yourself, I suggest shopping around. While prices fluctuate everywhere, several articles I’ve skimmed mentioned that Amazon occasionally offers much-better AirPods and AirPods Pro deals than Apple. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2021 by Zach T.

  • Outstanding (but very buggy)!
I'm about two weeks into my new Airpods Pro and it's time to drop some comments. For context I'm coming from a $30 pair of Anker (wired) Bluetooth headphones that have served me well for 5+ years (and still work by the way), and Bose QC35 II headphones. I've also spent an interesting amount of time with Bose QC30 headphones which would be more physically on par with the Airpods Pro. == Noise Cancellation== Noise cancellation in true wireless format are the only reasons I was willing to chunk down $250 (an outrageous price even by Bose standards) for a pair of headphones. I wanted something I could wear at the gym or on travel. Note for those of you who don't get the "true wireless" marketing term (I didn't and had to look it up), it simply means Bluetooth headphones that don't have a wire between the two ear buds. Unsurprisingly my QC 35 IIs still outperform Airpods Pro *but* my QC35s have huge physical ear pieces to block out more sound so this isn't entirely fair. The QC30s are more of an earbud style and compared to Airpods Pro I'd say the two are on par when it comes to noise cancellation. Maybe a slight edge to the QC30s. Where my Bose headphones shine is they switch between noise cancelling and no noise cancelling flawlessly, over and over. My Airpods behave erratically switching between modes even once. When switching between noise cancellation and transparent modes I've had the Airpods become unresponsive to click commands, lose connection in one ear, had the ear buds get out of sync, had noise cancellation in one ear and not the other, and a host of other issues. I usually have to put the buds back in the case and let them sit for a minute or two to reset them. == Sound Quality == We buy ear buds to listen to stuff. I listen to audio books, and am a Spotify junkie! Also serving the occasional phone call. I like a wide spread of music but mainly hang in the trance, electronica, rock, and metal categories. The sound stage (that is, separation of instruments - making it so each instrument has a distinct position in your perceived space) is excellent! Again not quite as good as my QC35s but darn close. My Anker headphones don't even compete. I think most electronica and low end bass lovers will be disappointed with the Airpods. Being physically small makes it hard to do huge bass as it is, and I feel the EQ (not adjustable outside of Spotify) is tuned to focus more on the mid and high range. Regardless, I was pretty disappointed at first, but I've adjusted a bit and am happy enough with the bass end now. Mid and high range are superb! I generally used a Rock EQ profile in Spotify's settings with my Anker buds and Bose headsets. I decided the "Flat" setting is better with my Airpods. I will say that the bass end is very distinct on Airpods (like you can actually pick out the bass guitar!) and that crisp stage separation may be what ruins the generally smeared bass end of a lot of electronica aside from less physical thump. Audio books are not a problem at all, and so far phone calls seems good too. == Form Factor == Excellent! Very comfortable, fit snugly, and I have yet to even have an ear bud budget while running, cycling, rowing, etc. These buds are really light and it's easy to forget they're in you ears! So tiny they're a little hard to deal with getting them in and out of their case. Apple provides three sizes of earpiece. They are made of soft comfortable material. I found I needed the large size. Getting the ear piece off can be a little tricky - they snap on like little Lego bricks, and you have to pull on them until they pop off. I was afraid i was going to tear them trying to get them off, but they seem to be pretty durable. Be advised that there is a "check fit" option on your iPhone to help you find the right size. Got into Bluetooth settings, and click the info button next to your Airpods to get to the Airpod settings. == Battery Life == I don't have these in all day but I'd say the specs Apple provides are pretty close. Maybe a little low. I've gone 3-4 hours at a time without running out of juice. I usually listen at mid level volumes so if you crank it you may have a different experience. == Connectivity == CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY amazing! Being an Apple product these paired up with my iPhone just by opening the case and holding my phone near. That's not the amazing part. The amazing part is the range! My Anker buds dropped out a lot at the gym if I was doing an exercise where my body effectively wrapped my phone and blocked the signal. I could get maybe 30-40 feet if I had a clear line of site. I forgot my phone in a stretching area and started a walk around an indoor track. I must've made it 100 feet through walls, people, and gym equipment before my Airpods dropped out even a little. I know a lot of this is Bluetooth 5 and not entirely unique to Airpods but I have to say I'm impressed! == Surprise Feature == I wasn't particularly interested in more than the noise cancellation and small form factor. Sound quality is important to me but not the main driver here. While the spec sheet calls it out (and it wasn't really a surprise) I am extremely surprised by how much I like the in-ear detection feature. It's really nice to be able to pop out a bud, have your music pause and have a conversation then put the bud back in and pick up again. Pretty slick! Also imperative since turning noise cancellation on and off causes problems and you have to take a bud out to talk. == Other Buggy Stuff == Apart from the things I've listed in the Noise Cancellation section, I've had a lot of other weird behavior. Once I pulled the buds right out of the case and put them in my ears and had one bud fail to connect. Sometimes if I put the buds in the case with noise cancellation on and then put the buds back in later they will come on without noise cancellation and won't let me switch noise cancellation back on (through any method including settings on my iPhone). This is incredibly disappointing at this price tag let alone for an Apple product. Bose charges the same money but they are rock solid when it comes to the prime use cases. In general I feel like Apple's quality continues to degrade with every release. I get bugs are part of software (it's what I do for a living) but you don't release a product with major and obvious bugs in the primary use case of the product. Especially at this price point! My Anker buds were $30, have lasted me years, and have worked flawlessly. Yea they're simpler functionality, but still. == Bottom Line == In the hopes of a software update to fix all the weird issues, I am overall a fan and very pleased! The noise cancellation, sound quality, and battery life are not state of the art, but come together in a perfect form factor and make it happen for me. I dinged a star for sound quality (need a little more bass end), and the general buggy state of the product. My only other wish is these were in the $150 range. That $250 is really hard to swallow, especially when things don't work flawlessly. But I expect to be gouged by Apple so I go in knowing you're going to over pay on the expectation you're going to get a flawless top quality product. Didn't quite pan out this go. Software updates may change that. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2019 by MO

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