Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) Wireless Earbuds with Lightning Charging Case Included. Over 24 Hours of Battery Life, Effortless Setup. Bluetooth Headphones for iPhone
|Form Factor||In Ear|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth 5.0|
About this item
- Quick access to Siri by saying “ Hey Siri ”.Note : If the size of the earbud tips does not match the size of your ear canals or the headset is not worn properly in your ears, you may not obtain the correct sound qualities or call performance. Change the earbud tips to ones that fit more snugly in your ear
- More than 24 hours total listening time with the Charging Case
- Effortless setup, in-ear detection, and automatic switching for a magical experience
- Easily share audio between two sets of AirPods on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple TV
When the iPhone Bluetooth Headset first debuted in 2007, it cost $129; it was later discounted to $99; and it was eventually discontinued in 2009. It couldn’t be used to play music; it was solely intended for phone calls. It came with a “Travel Cable” that could simultaneously charge it and a 30-pin iPhone, and a docking station dubbed the iPhone Dual Dock that could do the same was also available.
The AirPods were introduced on December 16, 2016, along with the iPhone 7. They are wireless earbud-style headphones featuring microphones, two accelerometers, an IR sensor that pauses music when the user takes them out of their ears, and motion touch sensors that operate controls.
They come with a charging case that extends their battery life to a total of 24 hours, despite their five-hour promised battery life. The first case charges via Lightning, and a second case with Qi charging was released in 2019. The 6th generation iPod Touch and 7th generation iPod Nano are all compatible with AirPods, but automatic pairing with an iCloud account requires macOS Sierra, iOS 10, and Apple Watch Series 4.
When the first iPod was introduced on October 23, 2001, Apple’s initial earbuds were included. They were referred to variously as “iPod headphones” and “the iPod’s earbud-style headphones” and never given a formal name. They came in a package with two sets of foam covers.
The user can now regulate the distance between the wires thanks to the addition of a plastic slider in the second iteration. The left/right marking was shifted from the outside to the inside, the strain relief was somewhat lengthened, and the speaker grill was slightly smaller in the third version.
Stereo Headset for iPhone
The iPhone Stereo Headset was released in 2007 and included with the original iPhone and iPhone 3G. It had a control capsule with a microphone and a speaker situated next to the right earbud’s wire.