Apple launches third generation AirPods
Apple launches third generation AirPods

Apple launched the third generation of AirPods Wireless, the most popular next-generation true wireless headphones with stereo sound.

The third-generation AirPods are priced at $179, can be pre-ordered today and hit stores next week, October 26.

The new design of the third-generation AirPods incorporates all aspects of previous AirPods and AirPods Pro, while maintaining durable plastic and a snug fit.

But the look has changed dramatically for the first time since 2016, and the stems of the new earplugs are much shorter than before. The headset is now water- and sweat-resistant as well, and the earbuds and charging case are IPX4 rated.

Battery life extends to 6 hours of continuous listening and up to 4 hours of talk time. Five minutes of charging time can provide about an hour of battery life.

In this case, you can listen to music for 30 hours. It has a force sensor that can easily control music and phone calls. AirPods are now also part of MagSafe's wireless charging system.

The new third-generation AirPods have redesigned custom drivers and adaptive equalizers that can automatically adjust and optimize audio output by combining the powerful features of the H1 chip and the company's own sound system.

A built-in microphone for audio followed by an adaptive equalizer powered by arithmetic audio can adjust the low and mid frequencies to accommodate content that might be lost due to connection differences.

The company focuses a lot on spatial audio and is integrating Dolby Atmos music with the new AirPods. It supports the same dynamic head tracking feature as AirPods Pro and AirPods Max.

The original AirPods were released in 2016, followed by the second generation that added wireless charging and other modest improvements. AirPods Pro were launched in 2019 with traditional silicone earbuds.

Apple launched AirPods Max for $549 last year, adding on-ear headphones to its AirPods product line for the first time.

The latest AirPods are under a lot of pressure to maintain the broad popularity of previous generations. These earbuds are known for their ease of use and seamless integration with the company's hardware systems, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.

But Apple faces stiff competition, especially when prices are low. In addition to the latest alternatives from Samsung, Sony, Amazon, Jabra, and other companies, new products like Nothing also want to differentiate themselves in design and value, starting at around $99.

Apple brings spatial audio to AirPods

“AirPods have transformed wireless headphones with their innovative design, incredible sound, and magical experience,” said Greg Joswiak, the company's senior vice president of global marketing. “We're excited to introduce the next generation of AirPods that deliver unprecedented spatial tone and sound with dynamic head tracking through adaptive EQ and interactivity. seamless between Apple devices, making the world's best-selling headphones even better.

AirPods 3rd generation are built on the sound quality AirPods are known for, from custom drivers and High Dynamic Range speakers that work together to produce clear, high-frequency and powerful sound.

The microphone is covered with an acoustic grille that helps reduce wind noise so you can clearly see the speaker's voice during a call.

AirPods also feature AAC-ELD, a great audio codec that delivers Full HD sound quality and provides a clear and natural connection for FaceTime calls.

Using advanced spatial sound algorithms and applying directional audio filters to adjust the frequency each ear receives, the new AirPods can locate sound throughout the user.

Audio Sharing allows listeners to share audio streams between two sets of AirPods, AirPods Pro, or AirPods Max while using their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple TV.

The new skin detection sensor can accurately detect whether AirPods are in the ear and interrupt playback when they are removed.

To help with voice clarity, beamforming microphones block out ambient noise and focus on the user's voice. While users can also enjoy a hands-free experience just by saying Hey Siri for requests.

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