Wireless headphones are all the rage these days, especially considering the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack in so many smartphones.
Almost a year after its release, Apple seems to be finally closing in on reaching a supply/demand balance for the AirPods. The wireless earbuds have largely been in short supply since their launch last year, with average shipping times of around a three to four weeks. Now though, shipping times of AirPods have reduced to just three to five business days in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and other major countries.
At its iPhone launch event earlier this week, Apple showed an AirPods case with wireless charging feature built-in. The revised AirPods case features a battery indicator outside of the case and has support for Qi wireless charging.
The AirPods battery lasts a fair amount of time, and the included charging case means you can keep going with just a quick charge, too.
Apple’s truly wireless headphones, the AirPods, have technically been available since December of last year. And, despite the fact that they’ve been incredibly difficult to come by for most consumers, they are apparently doing very well for themselves.
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.