I think this says more about your ears than the flavors of AirPods. APP and AP2 have totally different components and fit. Almost every professional reviewer and more skilled listener can tell the difference.“sound better than the AirPods, but there's not a huge difference. There is a major difference in sound quality compared to the AirPods Pro in favor of the AirPods Pro”
How is this true as I have both AirPods (Gen 2) and AirPods Pro and they sound exactly the same.
Yes. It works well. It worked a little bit better on earlier firmware, but it still works well. The newer firmware has better base however.Does the ANC ACTUALLY work?
I see the benefit using AirPods with my iPhone and Apple Watch. I get the three-way integration I want. I don't get that if I want to switch to my iPad, Mac, or AppleTV. The "magic" is obviously easier to manage with the iPhone and Watch because the iPhone and Watch are also paired, but it would be nice if the devices could coordinate with each other when they were in proximity.And Bose has been able to switch between 2 devices seamlessly without requiring H1, whereas Apple still can't figure out automatically which device I'm using and requires me to manually switch. Other than the initial pairing, I see no benefits in these chips.
Seriously dude? they are night and day different....due to the sealing and noise cancellation. With the Air Pods it's almost hard to hear the music outdoors in a city without turning the volume almost all of the way up. With the Air Pods Pro, everything is audible....full range at no more than 30% volume.
I think this says more about your ears than the flavors of AirPods. APP and AP2 have totally different components and fit. Almost every professional reviewer and more skilled listener can tell the difference.
You may not be able to tell the difference, so it is not important to YOU. And that is fine. But they are definitely different.
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Well, the former one are manufactured in Vietnam and the latter - in China.Difference? One is available for purchase, the other is out of stock everywhere
What exactly have they copied? Samsung wireless earbuds predate AirPods.Such copycats!
Samsung - aren't you ashamed of always copying Apple products like this?
I mean we are used to it, but really?
What did they copy?
I wasn't trying to make you look like a fool ... I was making fun or light of the topic by skewing perception just a little as I sensed tension.Your thoughts are stuck. Maybe try to open your mind for a bid.
Obviously, Apple Watch is water resistant -- I use min (gen2) for swimming all the time.
Bluetooth still doesn't work under water and believe it or not, some people like to listen to music while doing laps.
Instead of trying to make me look like a fool and make fun of me with your emojis, recognize that you're just not the demographic I'm speaking of.
Guess I'll stick with my Sony Walkman for that for a while longer....which means Apple will not see any money for ear buds/headphones from me as they neither satisfy my need for exercise proof buds (the AirPods do not stick in my ears, either, for non-water-related sports) nor for casual listening (I prefer over ear headphones with active noise cancelling).
That's totally different from what people are saying about the one size fits all AirPods and hard plastic discomfort.For me, It’s not just about the overall sound, but about the overall design _and_ how it fits inside my ears. Samsung earbuds design just do not work for me whatsoever, the AirPods I actually find extremely comfortable to wear for hours on end without any discomfort. And for that, you can’t put a price when it comes to comfort, no matter how good the sound is.
Samsung make Galaxy Buds+ in THREE colours, to give customers a choice.Are you saying Samsung made white AirPod knockoffs because they thought White was a Samsung signature colour and all that? Wow. I could very well be mistaken, but really? If those are the facts, I wonder a lot about that.
Yes ok - but that has nothing much to do with what I was trying to admit toSamsung make Galaxy Buds+ in THREE colours, to give customers a choice.
On their website it is the black colour that they use for promotion.
Samsung released the Icon X before the 1st Gen airpods were announced back in 2016.Yes ok - but that has nothing much to do with what I was trying to admit to
The timing here is the important thing. Your dodge on the facts of timing would cause me to dismiss the idea that I am wrong about accusing Samsung of being copycats.
I’d say Apple announced AirPods, and Samsung rushed to produce a knock off as fast as they could. Am I wrong in thinking that?
Maybe on a long flight?Kind of feel the battery level is just Samsungs way of winning the spec wars without any real world application. Who in their right mind is keeping earbuds in their ears for 11 hours?
And who needs 11 hours when they will charge in the case when you take them off. Are people really taking these (or AirPods) off and just leaving them loose (out the case) for hours on end?