Will the AirPods work with IPhone 6s? or Only with the new IPhone 7?

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  • Both is working

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  • The AirPods will be able to pair the old fashioned way via Bluetooth pairing to any Bluetooth 4.0 device, so as long as you have a device that's compatible with Bluetooth 4.0 stereo headphones, the AirPods will be able to work with it. If you have an Apple device capable of pairing using the W1 chip, then that's great, but you don't *need* one of those devices to pair with the AirPods. If you're a rebel, you can even pair them to a Samsung Galaxy S7 or an HTC 10 phone.

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  • Yes it will work on iPhone 6s also

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  • I have a 6s and the airpods work fine with it. They connect automatically just like they should with an apple product. I cannot recommend these enough if you are currently using the classic corded earpods.

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  • They work with both as they require Bluetooth to connect which is available is both iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s

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  • Yes, It should. I have the iPhone 6 plus and it works fine.

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  • How match iphon 6
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  • Yes because they work with almost every phone

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  • can you speak chinese?the question is hard to ask in english for me

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  • While yes its true you can do it the old fashioned way, you can pair it with Android devices. However, Apple devices have certain requirements as shown on the airpods box. You need Bluetooth 4.0, iOS 10 and higher, macOS 10.12 or above, or tvOS 10 or above. I am pretty sure that those are the software requirements, however I might be wrong.

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  • Yes

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  • The AirPods will work with the iPhone 6s because they are wireless and doesn't madder.

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  • 6s yes

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    The AirPods will work with all BlueTooth enabled iPhones it will be compatible with the 6S and the iphone 7 Model.

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  • yes it will work with both

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  • Iphone6s

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  • While Apple claims that AirPods will work with iPhone 6s, my own experience has been they are extremely buggy with iPhone 6s. I've actually purchased them twice now and returned them. The problem for me is that while they worked well for music, they simply failed to work during phone calls. Every 1-3 minutes during a phone call they will disconnect, making them practically unusable. I went through two physical pairs during my first purchase, and returned them because the problem couldn't be resolved. I recently repurchased again to see if they'd ironed out this bug and unfortunately they hadn't. I will try again in another month, but for now I would steer clear of these unless you are an iPhone 7 owner.

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  • Both

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  • Will they work with the mac book pro? When will they be available?

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