If you were to check on Apple’s website, to see how inventory was stacking up for the company’s truly wireless headphones, the AirPods, you’d see that delivery is still weeks out from the initial order.
Let me get this out of the way first: This is going to be an article about a certain issue I encounter on a daily basis with a product that I really like, which makes it all the more frustrating.
While we don’t have firm numbers, delivered by Apple itself, regarding the Apple Watch and how well it’s selling, the expectations are that it is very, very good.
Apple’s truly wireless headphones, the AirPods, have been pretty hard to get ever since they launched back in December of last year.
Apple made it quick and easy to connect to its own-branded devices with the truly wireless headphones, AirPods, thanks to the W1 chip inside.
The AirPods are a truly wireless headphone option for folks out there who are looking for that sort of thing.
The truly wireless headphones from Apple, called AirPods, initially launched way back in December.
There are a variety of different ways that Apple brings in money on a regular basis, from hardware, software, and a mixture of both.
A new survey by Experian and Creative Strategies of 942 AirPods owners suggest that AirPods have a very high consumer satisfaction rate. Out of the 942 owners polled, 82 percent were “very satisfied” while 16 percent were just “satisfied.” Overall, this means that the AirPods have a satisfaction rate of 98 percent among its owners.