Apple has just announced it will introduce new noise cancelling AirPods Pro, available in an Apple Store near you on Wednesday, October 30th.
Noise cancelling AirPods? Oh, Yes! Don’t wait for October 30th though, they are already available for preorder.
Apple Airpods are already a classic adopted by many (many) iPhone users across the globe. But these are a whole new thing. Apple has built microphones into the AirPods Pro that detect and cancel out external sounds. The tech is not new, it is in fact rather similar to what other brands like Bose or Beats have been offering for a while. But these are Apple Airpods, and hence, they are cooler (right?) – jokes aside, Apple says that noise cancellation is asjusted up to 200 times per second. Now that’s impressive!
The AirPods Pro offer a new “transparency mode” that will basically cancel noise cancellation so you can hear your surroundings. They also come with the new “Adaptive EQ” that automatically tunes music to the shape of your ear…
But perhaps what many of you have been waiting for, is the customizable tapered silicon tips that will ensure these AirPods are a fit for all types of ears, big or small. Nice one, Apple.
Noise cancelling AirPods – Available October 30th
Posted by We are Social Media on Monday, October 28, 2019
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