- Answered by James R from Baldwinsville
- Oct 24, 2019
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I found several Airpods with different model numbers, I don’t know what’s the difference and which
The H1 chip offers better connectivity with Apple products as well as slightly better sound quality, better battery life and hands-free Siri support with 'Hey Siri'.
Is airpod generation 2 wireless charging comparable with iPhone 6s? ,?
Yes, the new AirPods are compatible with an iPhone 6s. If you go to the AirPod's product page, and scroll down, there's a section titled "Compatibility" that lists every Apple device that Airpods are compatible with. Pretty handy!
Pairing to ipod nano 7th gen
From my own experience, It does not pair correctly. You'll never get 100 % of the volume, only some times intermittently.
No. All AirPods needs a device in the requirements. (AirPods 2016) It cannot be used on iPhone 4s or earlier, iPad (retina display)/ iPad Mini or earlier, iPod Touch (5) or earlier.
(AirPods 2019) It cannot be used on iPhone 5c or earlier, iPad (4) or earlier, iPod (5) or earlier.
With the new AirPods , you can charge the earphones wireless by putting them into the case and with the old ones, they are not wireless you have to charge them using a cable and with the newer ones you can either charge the case using a charging pad or the apple cable. But, if you do not want to purchase the £200 AirPods , you can just but the £80 wireless charging case and put the old AirPods earphones in and make them wireless
Not usually. If you have a Headphone Jack Spliter and a Bluetooth Adapter it could possibly work I have no attempted this but it should work, this could possibly cost you $20-$30 though. You can however just use either AirPods or HeadPhones and use one each.
No, however you can buy a Qi-certified charging mat on apple’s website or store.
When I purchased my AirPods then it came with some battery maybe 50% but it depends how long they were on the shelf
The AirPods should come with a Apple 1-year limited warranty.
No, it's free, but it does mean, if you have it shipped, it'll take a few days for the shipping to even start, so you'll be without them for longer.
Depending on your ear shape, these should not come out of your ears. However, if you are planning to use wireless earphones mostly in a gym scenario, I would recommend the Beats Powerbeats Pro - Totally Wireless if you can afford it, as these offer better grip and sweat protection. However, in most cases, AirPods should do just fine.
In Settings, there are many options to customise the noise distribution and stuff like that. It also has a hearing aid function too. But I'd recommend getting over-ear headphones as they have much better noise cancelling, bass, volume and battery life, and they're also less of a fuss because they don't touch your ear.
I hope this helped, I'm not an expert with these kinds of things.