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Should we use AirPods Pro (2nd generation) when blindfolded?

by Joseph Richard
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Recently, the first reviews of the AirPods Pro 2 were released, giving us the chance to compile a summary of the AirPods Pro recently introduced. Unfortunately, Verge, Engadget, and Cnet lament the lack of effort on the design.

 According to Cnet, we may have anticipated shorter stems, new hues, or water resistance better than IPX4. However, he acknowledges that the AirPods Pro 2 are still as lightweight and pleasant to wear in the ear as their predecessors, which he considers most significant.

All the reviewers have admitted that these new AirPods Pro’s significant alterations are primarily internal. The Verge sums it up, Same appearance, better in everything else. However, Engadget’s viewpoint is that you should be aware that the second generation model’s overall sound quality has dramatically improved over that of the original.

Techradar is also enthused, describing the audio output of the AirPods 2 with superlatives. If “Because the sound quality of the AirPods Pro 2 is so excellent, Apple has chosen against making them capable of lossless audio. It’s tough to explain how a set of headphones may make you happy since they provide a connection to music that wasn’t possible before

 The Verge rates the AirPods Pro 2 on par with or slightly better than the Sony WF-1000XM4 and just behind the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II in this area. The results of the other tests support this conclusion, although Engadget notes that customers shouldn’t anticipate hearing twice as much background noise when Apple speaks through an ANC that is twice as strong.

Cnet and Techradar commend the headphones’ increased battery Life, while Engadget thinks this is still insufficient, calling it “average.” According to Engadget, they used noise reduction, transparency mode, and calls for six hours and fifteen minutes. In contrast, note that some versions give more than 10 hours of autonomy.

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