• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    AirPods review

    Great! Work smoothly and are great. But case gets dirty a lot. And next AirPods need to have a longer battery and better sound (sound on this is also great!)

    3 of 9 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to lose

    I haven't even had these for a year yet and I misplaced them and now only have an empty case, and cannot locate them because they are "offline". I am so disappointed spent way too much money $180 for this to happen. I will not buy again. I hope I find them soon. it also had too much static. I'm so disappointed in this. I wish Apple would come up with a better solution to finding lost airpods, out of case and in case even when it is dead. ughh

    5 of 24 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Think twice before purchasing...

    CONS: My right AirPod almost never connects seamlessly. I can always hear out of the left one, but I constantly (at least once or twice or day) have to completed disconnect and reconnect my AirPods with Bluetooth. This is annoying! Separately, the case collects a lot of dust both inside and out.

    PROS: The AirPods are comfortable and never fall out. The call quality is great.

    12 of 20 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for everyday use

    I've used my Airpods for about 5 months now and I honestly couldn't be happier. I'm a fairly tall woman who likes to listen to music a lot, but I'm not a fan of over-the-ear headphones, so I've always struggled with the length of cords and getting tangled up. I wear these almost all-day, every-day as I work or walk around my college campus - sound quality and user interactions (especially with the Apple Watch) are absolutely fantastic!
    The only drawback I've noticed is that I occasionally have connectivity issues if I try to switch between my Macbook, iPad, and iPhone. It doesn't take too long to resolve, but it is mildly inconvenient. Overall, I think they're a win!

    14 of 43 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    They won’t stay put in the ears!

    I received my AirPods as a gift two years ago and I was excited to have them because I love listening to music and using my headphones. Although from the start, I realized they won’t stay in place if eating or chewing gum. But as of late, they won’t stay put at all! I don’t know if my ears are too big or too small but they literally keep falling out. The scary part is they’re very expensive but also easy to lose. If Apple can make changes to these, Like some type of strap or piece to keep the buds placed, it would be amazing. Considering they cost almost $200, I need earbuds I can trust to remain in my ears. I understand the chewing part although that would be ideal. Please consider making changes to these.

    7 of 18 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    How to locate

    So I purchased the AirPods hoping to correct the need for a converters for my iPhone 8plus, but it’s more of a hassle. The AirPods keep falling out my ear. I have lost them on several occasions. The price tag does not allow me the option to say oh well I will just purchase another. The quality is wonderful and the no string is great. There just need to be a better way to locate them when they became me lost.

    4 of 13 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Not a review guy. But, these airpods are the best. Apple does it, again!

    10 of 15 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple leads the way...again!

    So my son bought my wife a pair. I used them more than she did, and she was not happy about it. I got some of my own. I read all the 1 star reviews. I have only had mine a couple of months, so I don't know their longevity. I have had NO connectivity issues. I am a rancher, I use them in less than ideal conditions and they have not failed me yet. Some of the folks that rate them poorly need a life...one says "I didn't pay 200 to have them stolen" I paid more than that for my Rolex and it got stolen! You have to appreciate them for what they are...minute in size, I find them as comfortable as ANY ear bud...none are THAT comfortable. They have amazing battery life for their size. And lady, if you are gonna run a marathon, use a product that is more appropriate. Once again, everyone will have to catch up with Apple!..I have a love hate relationship with them....It is technology and it is so reliable, I get bent out of shape when it fails....who's fault is that?

    17 of 46 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    battery draining issue

    recently i face battery draining issue on my airpod its so annoying and not acceptable at all

    2 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Sexist product designed for men

    I couldn’t use Apple’s redesigned earbuds because they hurt my ears, and the airpods continue this problem. They are too large and push on my ears, making them uncomfortable to wear for more than 30 minutes or more than once a day. Clearly the one size fits all was designed for male ears. The other problem is that I wear earrings almost every day and they smack the airpods in an annoying fashion. It’s such a shame because otherwise the quality and features are unmatched. If apple had tested with women users for 5 minutes, none of these problems would have made it into the wild. But of course apple only does genius design, not human-centered design.

    33 of 304 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Impressed

    Have been using these for about 8 months now. I am a recruiter and use them all day/every day while talking on the phone for 4+ hours a day. Heres my take on the Pro's and Cons:

    -Look great, very stylish
    -Battery life for talking is impressive
    -Recharge rate is great
    -Range is impressive for bluetooth
    -Durable (I've thrown them across my office out of frustration and they still work great)
    -A lot of in ear buds I have had in the past don't fit well, I have odd shaped ears apparently. These fit pretty well with the exception of running which can fall out if I'm not careful.

    -initial connection to answer calls can be pathetic- 30% of the time, when a call comes through and i open the case/put the headphones on, they don't connect. I have to put the headphones back and reopen the case up to 5 times to get it to connect. That shouldn't happen with $150+ headphones. I've tried repairing headphones and still have the same issue.
    -When I just have the left ear piece in (not both), initial connection is worse than 30% - I'd say 50%. I've read forms of people having similar issues.

    Would I buy them knowing all of this? No. If you want to look stylish for $150, yes. But I primarily use them at work- not as a fashion statement. At least 30% of the time, they are very unreliable which has lead me to toss them across my office out of frustration. I'm hoping the new edition headphones are going to be more reliable.

    7 of 17 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best wireless headphones out there!

    i bought the air nano by crazybaby and after 2 weeks they stopped charging. for my birthday i asked for these and they have been awesome since i opened the packaging

    11 of 12 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just Wow!

    I just bought the Apple AirPods today ( 18/06/2018)

    I have been out with them, unboxed them (obviously). And I found that these little things are the best thing to keep around with you. I never ever had anything wrong with them.

    Seriously, if you have not already... you need to get them.

    It's small and compact which means you can put them in your pocket and just keep them on the go. It is so easy to connect if you have an apple iPhone/Device to connect it to..

    Get them now. You will never regret it...

    8 of 12 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound quality!

    The sound has an open, airy quality to it because, well, these are open, non noise-isolating earbuds. That means the buds don't require a tight seal to get the best sound. You just plop them in your ears and you're good to go.

    1 of 4 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth it

    They were great and everything until I misplaced them and because they were in the charging case they are considered “offline” so I wasted $170. Wouldn’t recommend, they are small and easy to misplace. Just get some great value headphones and call it a day.

    3 of 44 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love it

    Is so ez to use and it sound very good too

    6 of 37 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    More battery is the only thing I need

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good but...

    I like my AirPods a lot, I use them often. I like how there’s no cord and I like the battery life on it. The only thing I don’t like is how uncomfortable they can get after a while of using them. And that’s how the standard headphones from Apple are too. Wish they’d come out with more comfortable ones.

    0 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Cannot be used with non-Apple devices

    I bought a pair of AirPods hoping to use them with my non-Apple music player (FiiO M7), in addition to my iPhone. But I was VERY disappointed to find out that it is impossible to do so because there is no way to control the volume level on AirPods from a non-Apple device, and the default level is so low that it is just a whisper even at the maximum output level of my player (which, by the way, works PERFECTLY with the several other non-Apple Bluetooth headphones that I've tried).

    This was a completely unnecessary, anti-competitive decision on the part of Apple. Even if they wanted to keep with their minimalist approach and not include a physical volume control on the AirPods, they still could have set the default sensitivity high enough for it to be useful with another brand of player.

    22 of 86 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    First time I've ever written this type

    I'm a 1 armed guy in a 2 armed world, I'm what you would call an extremely functioning amputee.
    Every once and awhile I'll come across a product that is designed with a 2 handed person in mind.
    If something is designed with a single hand use it's a far better design. A mother holding a child or walking a dog, average people find themselves in situations that they have 1 hand free.
    Earpods case is a 2 handed designed item. Lid wants to snap shut ,juggling with 1 hand while putting the buds in is challenging. Secondly the rounded bottom doesn't allow me to place the case on a table to then put the buds in.
    I'm a huge fan of Apple products and find it frustrated that you designed something that could be a better product.

    18 of 24 people found this useful