Overview: The Apple AirPods are individual in-ear buds designed to work
with your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac. Each AirPod is 0.654" x 1.596" x
0.628", and weighs 0.14 ounces. There are no connecting cables between them. They operate via Bluetooth, and
power on and connect automatically when you open the lid of the charging case.
The AirPods feature several sensors and accelerometers to detect when they're in
your ears, or when you tap them to control playback, answer a call, or activate Siri. The AirPods come with a
standard Lightning-to-USB cable.
Compatibility: The AirPods are compatible with the following Apple products:
- iPhone: iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus,
iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 5s,
iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5.
- iPad: iPad Pro 10.5-inch, iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd Generation), iPad Pro
12.9-inch (1st Generation), iPad Pro 9.7-inch, iPad, iPad mini 4, iPad mini
3, iPad mini 2, iPad Air 2, and iPad Air.
- iPod: iPod touch 6th Generation
- Apple Watch: 38mm Case, 42mm Case
- Apple TV: Apple TV 4K, Apple TV (4th Generation)
System Requirements: iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models with iOS 10 or
later. Apple Watch models with watchOS 3 or later, Mac models with macOS
Sierra or later.
Power Requirements: The Apple AirPods are powered by
rechargeable batteries that can be charged inside the Charging Case. The Apple
W1 chip maximizes efficiency, giving the AirPods up to 5 hours listening time
and up to 2 hours talk time on a single charge. The Charging Case has its own
rechargeable power pack, allowing you to recharge the AirPods numerous times.
Placing the AirPods in the case for a mere 15 minutes gives you an additional 3
hours listening time and over an hour of talk time. The AirPods, together with
the Charging Case, provide more than 24 hours of listening time, and up to 11
hours talk time. A standard Lightning-to-USB cable is provided for charging the
Sensors and Accelerometers: The AirPods feature built-in
sensors and accelerometers that can automate numerous functions. When the
AirPods are pulled out of their Charging Case, they instantly turn on and
connect to your iOS device. As soon as you put them in your ears, your music
starts playing. Take one or both AirPods out and your music pauses. To adjust
the volume, change the song, or make a call, you can simply tap either AirPod.
Double-tap to activate Siri. The AirPods can detect when you're on a call or
talking to Siri, and will engage the microphone, route the audio back to your
phone, and reject background noise so your call is crystal clear.
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