Apple AirPods Pro Price List April, 2021 & Specs in Philippines
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|Active Noise Reduction||Yes|
|Microphone Position||On Earphones|
|Control Panel||Touch Screen|
|Call on Hold||Yes|
If you’re an iPhone user and have been toying with the idea of going true wireless with your earbuds, then the Apple AirPods Pro are a great choice. Delivering active noise cancellation, a much better fit, and an improved design compared to the original AirPods, in a bid to lure more iPhone users into the world of truly wireless earbuds.
While the fit is better than the original AirPods, you will need to get used to controlling them with the capacitive, touch-sensitive ridge on each stem- this takes some getting used to, but it’s a neat way to activate noise cancellation and skip tracks. The sound quality of the AirPods Pro has certainly improved since the previous iteration- there’s a notable emphasis on vocals and bass, meaning these earbuds are better for pop fans than those that enjoy a more natural presentation that lends itself to classical music or more orchestral sounds.
Like so many other Apple devices, the AirPods Pro instantly connect to your iPhone or iPad, you simply need to open the case to get going. Once activated, the AirPods Pro will be automatically paired with your phone and all Apple devices linked to your iCloud account (including Apple Watch, iPad and Macs), so you won’t need to keep connecting your new buds to your other Apple devices.
Once you’re in, heading into the Bluetooth settings will assess your fit, checking whether the earbud tips you’ve chosen (whether that’s small, medium or large- medium is the default) are creating the right seal. Achieving a tight seal against your ear canal is an important aspect of the overall sound quality of the earbuds, and helps to create physical sound isolation and passive noise reduction; in a perfect world, no sound gets in, and no sound leaks out.
Design and Use
The stems are much shorter than on the regular AirPods, and where you were able to tap the body of the older AirPods in order to skip tracks or activate Siri, the fit on the AirPods Pro means that would be a less comfortable experience here. Instead, there’s a ‘capacitive force sensor’ in the stem, a small ridge on each of the AirPods Pro, where squeezing said area will activate noise-cancelling/Transparency mode, or skip and pause tracks.
For fitness fanatics or heavy sweaters, the AirPods Pro are IPX4 rated, which means that they’re sweat- and water-resistant like the Amazon Echo Buds and the Powerbeats Pro.
The AirPods Pro’s charging case will give you over 24 hours of listening time when fully charged, with each full charge of the AirPods Pro giving you five hours of listening (that’s with noise-cancelling or Transparency off- you’ll get four and a half hours with it on), or three and a half hours of use if you use the AirPods Pro as a hands-free mic for calling.
Why is my AirPods Pro blinking blue?
Red or blue lights blinking means it is in pairing mode and needs to connect to your device. This can happen if you hold to power button a second longer after powering on.
What does orange light on AirPods Pro mean?
If your AirPods are in your case and the lid is open, then the light shows the charge status of your AirPods. When your AirPods aren’t in your case, the light shows the status of your case. Green means fully charged, and amber means less than one full charge remains.
When you connect your Wireless Charging Case to a charger or place it on a Qi-certified charging mat, the status light will stay on for 8 seconds. If the light flashes white, your AirPods are ready to set up with one of your devices. If the light flashes amber, you might need to set up your AirPods again.
How do I reset my AirPods Pro?
You might need to rest your AirPods Pro if you can’t connect to them, if they won’t charge, or to fix a different issue.
- Put your AirPods in their case, close the lid. Wait 30 seconds, then open the lid.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings. Under Settings > Bluetooth and tap the “i” icon next to your AirPods. (If you don’t see your AirPods in Settings > Bluetooth, just go to the next step.) Then tap Forget This Device, and tap again to confirm.
- Reset your AirPods. With the lid open, press and hold the setup button on the back of the case for about 15 seconds, until you see the status light flashing amber.
- Reconnect your AirPods. With the lid open, place your AirPods close to your device, then follow the steps on your device’s screen.