Apple announced AirPods Pro with a noisy Cancellation

Apple AirPods Pro noisy Cancellation
AirPods Pro
When Apple first unveiled AirPods in 2016, the wireless earbuds were mocked by some who suggested they looked like electronic toothbrushes dangling from ears.

Now the headphones have become one of Apple's most beloved products, and the company is doubling down.

On Monday, Apple (AAPL) unveiled a high-end version of its popular AirPods. The new headphones have a new design, new features - including noise cancellation technology - and a higher price tag.

The premium version will cost $ 249. AirPods currently starts at $ 159.

The company was widely expected to host its annual October event and unveil the new AirPods alongside other hardware products such as the iPad and MacBook Pro. Instead, it was announced the product in a press release on Monday.

Unlike the current AirPods, these will come with flexible ear tips for a more secure, sealed in-ear fit. Three sizes of silicone tips are included in the box. Apple even says there is an audio test software that can tell you if you've chosen the right-sized tip by "measuring the sound level in the ear and comparing it to what is coming from the speaker driver." This should reduce any guesswork or confusion for customers.

Like the second generation AirPods, AirPods Pro supports wireless charging and handsfree "Hey Siri" voice commands. Apple says they get about 4.5 hours of battery life that is continuously listening. (You can see that active noise cancellation requires a few casualties there.) But as usual with AirPods, this case has enough extra batteries for around 24 hours of total listening time, including the recharging.

AirPods Pro is sweat and water resistant - be prepared to start seeing it in gyms everywhere - and that includes "an expanded mesh microphone port that improves call clarity in windy situations."

They still charge through the Lightning connector, but they now come with a Lightning to USB-C cable in the box.

Apple's new AirPods come along with noise cancellation - which is a convenience offered by over-ear headphones from Bose, Sony, and others - has begun to make its way to truly wireless wireless earbuds. Sony's Earbuds which cancel 1000X M3 noise costs $ 229. And Amazon's Echo Buds, with Bose noise reduction technology (not full cancellation), will reach a rack of $ 129.99. AirPods have experienced an increase in popularity since they were first released, so it's safe to assume that Apple will experience another big blow on its hands.

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