AirPods work best with the iPhone and iPad. The built-in chip automatically connects with an iPhone or iPad device when you remove the AirPods from the case and put them in your ears. But underneath all of Apple’s secret sauce, lies a layer of standard Bluetooth technology. So as long as your MacBook or PC supports Bluetooth 4.0 and higher, you should be able to use your AirPods with your computer. Here’s how to connect your AirPods to your MacBook or PC.
AirPods 2 Teardown Reveals ‘Disappointingly Disposable’ Design; Same Battery Capacity as Original AirPods
With the 2nd generation AirPods now on sale, the iFixit team has promptly gone ahead and torn down the new Bluetooth earbuds from Apple. The teardown reveals that the AirPods 2 have the same internal layout as the original AirPods, with Apple just using newer internal components.
Earlier this month, Apple introduced the second-generation AirPods. Better battery life (while on the phone), “Hey Siri” support, and a new wireless charging case.
Apple has finally launched the second generation of its truly wireless earbuds – the 2nd generation AirPods. From the outside, not much has changed. They still look and work in the same manner. They’re just better at the key tasks that AirPods excel at. They last longer on calls, you can charge them wirelessly and now you can use Siri hands-free. If you’ve just picked up a pair, here are the AirPods 2 tips and tricks you should know about.
When Apple launched AirPods 2 last week, the press release mentioned that the Bluetooth buds required iOS 12.2 to work properly. For folks using a jailbroken iPhone running iOS 12 – iOS 12.1.2, this was definitely disappointing news as this meant they could not use the 2nd gen AirPods with their device.
If you pre-ordered the 2nd generation AirPods right after Apple announced it on Wednesday, you might want to check our order status. Apple has started shipping the first batch of AirPods 2 orders out to customers. The orders, however, will only be delivered by Tuesday to most customers.
Earlier today, Apple officially launched a new version of AirPods. Unsurprisingly, shipping for the new truly wireless headphones is already slipping.
Apple today unveiled the 2nd generation AirPods. Contrary to rumors, the new AirPods (2nd generation) pack modest upgrades and are not a massive upgrade over the original AirPods as many would have expected. So, how do the AirPods (1st generation) compare to the new 2nd generation AirPods? Find out in this comparison.
AirPods (2nd Gen) Was to Go on Sale Last Year, New AirPods with Noise-Cancellation Still In the Works
The 2nd generation AirPods are going to leave a lot of people disappointed. While they do bring some improvements to the table, most interested customers were hoping for a bigger upgrade and they are going to find such modest changes underwhelming. As per @markgurman of Bloomberg, Apple had initially planned to launch the 2nd generation AirPods last year itself.
Alongside the 2nd gen AirPods, Apple has also started selling a Qi-compatible wireless charging case for the earbuds. Apple is not bundling the wireless charging case with the new AirPods and is instead selling it separately. It is offering a bundle of the second-gen AirPods and the wireless charging case at a discounted price though.