A quick spot check on the availability of Apple’s truly wireless earphones, the AirPods, indicates that stock is still incredibly hard to come across.
Getting your hands on a pair of Apple’s truly wireless earphones, the AirPods, still involves plenty of waiting, but now ColorWare is looking to spruce things up with some color options.
Apple is rumored to be making changes to its marketing purview, reportedly shifting to a more regional focus when promoting its products.
The BeatsX wireless headphones have finally arrived. They’re one of the few headphones in existence that include Apple’s W1 chip in them for fast pairing to your devices, iCloud support, and solid battery life. But Apple’s signature W1 earphones also recently came out, the Apple AirPods.
A few weeks ago, Apple seemingly came out of nowhere to announce a record quarter for iPhones. The company sold 78.2 million iPhones, more than any other quarter in history. These astronomical sales were likely boosted by both the holiday season and the release of the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Despite the fact that the BeatsX wireless earphones go on sale tomorrow, February 10, videos are popping up showing the headphones out in the real world.
Apple made it so that AirPods, the company’s truly wireless earphones, update automatically when new software is available.
I can’t believe just how many memes I’ve seen about losing AirPods. Best one came from the Indian comedian Cyril Dabs. But it’s a genuine concern. AirPods being so small and wireless. Apple is trying to curb the collective anxiety by adding a Find my AirPods feature in the Find my iPhone app. It has been introduced in the iOS 10.3 Beta 1 and when iOS 10.3 officially launches in the next couple of weeks, it will be live for everyone.
Apple’s Find My iPhone feature is one of the company’s best, and for anyone who picked up Apple’s truly wireless earphones, the AirPods, finding them gets a bit easier “just in case.”
One of the most common complaints with the AirPods from iPhone owners is that they randomly disconnect and reconnect while on a call. Now, MacRumors reports that Apple is now looking into a possible fix for the problem.