In March of 2019, Apple rebuilt airpods and introduced the first update with several effective new features. And they will start selling on 25th March.
The new airpod 2 support hands-free “Hey Siri” and you can use your voice for controlling volume and songs next and previous track. And you just need a single tap to activate Siri no need to longer taping like the previous version.
The new AirPods major change is H1 chip instead of W1 chip and improves connectivity. AirPods 2 connect will be quick to your devices without any hassle.
Feature of Airpod 2:
AirPod 2 comes with previous design and there have been no changes. AirPods 2 are completely wire-free and continue to be available only in white.
Three Different Arrangement:
Apple brings the second-gen AirPods in three different preparation. You can get the new AirPods and no Wireless Charging Case for $159, or choose to purchase the new AirPods with Wireless Charging Case for $199.
Even also an option to purchase the Wireless Charging Case without the AirPods for $79, which is handy if you just want wireless charging capabilities but already have the previous version.
Airpod 2 comes with the previous design and completely wire-free and build with shiny white plastic. AirPods designed is universal fit that accommodates
many ear sizes. You can operate Airpod 2 independently, You can wear both or just one, and then work together, they work like standard earphones.
Airpods have a motion accelerometer and dual optical sensors that enable a feature called ear detection. Besides, Built-in dual beamforming microphones in the AirPods enable both voice calls and Siri commands, and there’s a secondary speech-detecting accelerometer that’s able to filter out background noise and focus on your voice.
Improve In H1 Chips:
Apple’s used a W1 chip in first gen, but now the second-generation features an upgraded H1 chip. The H1 chip is offer an efficient Bluetooth connection and increased range, longer talk time, and switching between your Mac and iOS devices.
Hey, Siri is a feature that’s available across iPhones, iPads, the Apple Watch, and Macs, and now it’s also an AirPods function. Siri can provide hands-free access to changing the volume of the AirPods, selecting a song, placing a phone call, and more.
The AirPod Support 5 Double Tap Gestures Like:
- Activate Siri
- Play/Pause music
- Skip to the next track
- Go to the previous track
- Turn off audio content
But the second-generation AirPods, you can also activate Siri without a tap using the “Hey Siri” feature, but on older models, you will need to tap.
Two taps when using AirPods for calls also either answers the phone or hangs it up, which is worth noting if you often use your AirPods for phone calls.
AirPods Siri commands:
- Play some new music
- Play my “Favorites” playlist
- Skip to the next song
- Turn down the volume
- Turn up the volume
- Call mom
- Pause my music
- What’s the battery life of my AirPods?
- What’s the temperature outside?
AirPods Charging Case:
With the launch of the second-generation AirPods, Apple introduced a new kind of AirPods charging case, designed to work with Qi-based wireless charging accessories.
The AirPods last for up to five hours of non-stop music listening on a single charge, but if you’re using them for phone calls, the battery drains faster.
The second-generation AirPods will last for up to three hours when talking on the phone, while the original AirPods will last for two hours.
With the AirPods Charging Case or Wireless Charging Case, you can get more than 24 hours of listening time or up to 18 additional hours of talk time.
There is a quick charge feature, so putting your AirPods into the Wireless Charging Case for 15 minutes will give you three hours of listening time.
What Is The Difference With The Old One?
Apple’s second-generation AirPods feature the same design as the original AirPods, but there are a few new internal features including an H1 chip that enables “Hey Siri” functionality, faster device switching, and other functions, along with the new Wireless Charging Case. While using the second-generation AirPods, iOS 12.2 or later is required.
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