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AirPods 2: Running with ‘Hey Siri’, wireless charging without AirPower, more

[2019-04-01 19:23:17]

At last, new AirPods have arrived! That’s great news for early adopters who have experienced serious battery life degradation like me. If you have a fresh pair of the original AirPods, you can probably sit this version out for now. The differences in features aren’t night and day, but there’s also never been a better time to buy AirPods if you’ve been undecided about the purchase. The new AirPods are just as great as the originals — you just have to decide between the classic wired or new wireless charging case. AirPods are my daily carry headphones, always in my pocket when I leave home and always in my ears at the gym or on runs. This is my upgrade experience with the second generation AirPods. The post AirPods 2: Running with ‘Hey Siri’, wireless charging without AirPower, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

AirPods 2: Running with ‘Hey Siri’, wireless charging without AirPower, more


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