If you’re an AirPod (3rd generation) owner, you probably love the way it sounds and how lightweight it is. You might have noticed that sometimes you can’t hear your AirPods as well as you’d like to in certain situations, like when there’s a lot of noise or they get wet with sweat while you work out, but don’t worry—there are several tips and tricks you can use to get the best listening experience possible from your new AirPods.
Introduction AirPods (3rd generation)
Apple unveiled its new line of AirPods (3rd generation) at its 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference in California. The newest additions to this popular product include a more comfortable fit with an adjustable tip, an updated W1 chip, and voice-activated Siri. The new features provide a seamless experience for users, allowing them to stream their favorite music and podcasts hands-free.
What’s new with the 3rd generation AirPods?
The new AirPods (3rd generation) have a few small changes that make them even better. With the improved W1 chip, Bluetooth connection is stronger and faster. They also come with a case that can be charged with both Lightning or MagSafe plugs. With up to 30 hours of listening time in both cases, you’ll never run out of music again.