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Whether you just got a new iPhone or you’re tired of untangling your earbuds, there’s never been a better time to go wireless. The gold standard of Bluetooth-connected headphones—Apple AirPods—are at their lowest price ever.
Ahead of Black Friday, the iconic Apple AirPods that come with the standard charging case are marked down to just $99, or $60 off (was $159) at Amazon.
Of course, you’ll get free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
Apple offers a seamless syncing experience with just about any iPhone, iPad, or Mac laptop or desktop computer. This is due to Apple’s unique design and technology that allows AirPods to ‘talk’ to iOS and MacOS devices for automatic pairing every time you pop open the charging case—thanks to Apple’s ‘magical’ H1 chip. The buds even know when they’re in your ear—they pause the song or podcast you’re listening to when you take one out.
“This is my first pair of AirPods. I love them. They are life-changing! The AirPods arrived in less than 24-hours of ordering. They were packaged in a sleek, white Apple AirPods box,” another satisfied shopper added. “I wholeheartedly give these AirPods five shiny gold stars.”
Not only do the AirPods sync with iPhones, they boast world-class audio quality with unparalleled clarity and rich sound. Apple’s Siri voice assistant comes built-in, too. You’ll get five hours of battery life on a single charge, compared to the previous model’s three hours. In fact, you can get up to three hours of battery life on just 15 minutes of charging time.
“Great for walking due to Siri based controls,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “Siri also lets me look up unfamiliar words while listening to audiobooks, which I love. Only earbuds I’ve ever found that stay in my ears, yet so light and comfortable that I forget I have them in…very, very good and reliable product, pairs perfectly every time with no dropped signal, really excellently designed all the way around.”
If you’re looking for earbuds with seamless integration with your iPhone, iPad, MacBook or even Apple Watch (they’re also compatible with most Android smartphones via Bluetooth, but without automatic pairing), the Apple AirPods are the crème de la crème and they’re now more affordable than ever. All that’s left to figure out is your playlist.
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