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  • Perfect
    7 days ago
    Replaces my regular AirPods and my big clumsy noise-canceling headphones when traveling. All in one and first in ear headphones for me that do not hurt the inner ear due to the stemless design.
  • Decent
    8 days ago
    Updated: 7 days ago
    Poor ergonomics, slipping out of the ears again, and being painful to wear in the ears for a long time. Works fine for shorter calls

    Used latest generation Apple in-ear headphones which were perfect for me with small earbud size. AirPods Pro slides out when I talk to size small, with size medium it happens a bit, but is also more uncomfortable to wear

    Noise cancellation is better than Bose QC25 on aircraft
  • Perfect
    9 days ago
    Simply best if you have an iPhone
  • Very good
    9 days ago
    Want to slip out of my ears, no matter which of the three plugs I use. One handset too often does not connect, so you have to put them back in the box and start over.

    Completely ok noise reduction for being in-ear. IPhone assumes, what I know.
  • Perfect
    10 days ago
    So this is the best purchase you will make.
    Everything is just PRO!
  • Perfect
    10 days ago
    Surprisingly good noise canceling. Transparency mode also works well.

    Battery life is never a problem if you charge them sometimes.

    The sound combined with noise canceling makes it sound very good.

    If you have an iphone and want good headphones that work very smoothly, you should buy these.
  • Good
    20 days ago
    Updated: 11 days ago
    + the fit
    + versatility

    - NC against votes
    - the right short battery life
    - support for iOS 12
    - need the EQ curve "rock" for more bass and treble, ie to listen to rock music
    - Sony WF-1000xm3 generally sounds better
  • Very good
    14 days ago
    Great headphones on-the-go. The fit will vary from person to person, and even ear-to-ear. In my case they fit perfectly in the left ear, but none of the included peaks are completely stable for the right.

    The big deal with these compared to the "Regular" AirPods is the ANC. However, this is below average compared to other ANC headphones I used. As an example, more noise and special speech can be heard with AirPods Pro in maximum volume with music, than Sony's 1000XM3 without any music at all. The difference is very clear on a typical train journey or in the office environment, where I alternated between both.

    The comparatively small sound attenuation and slightly worse sound quality make Sony's 1000XM3, Sennheiser's Momentum, and Bose QC35 better in the office environment, or train / flight when storage is available.

    Like previous versions of AirPods (but also Sony's headphones), MultiPoint is missing, which makes them work less well when using multiple devices at the same time. Although there is some automation to switch from Apple device to Apple device, it is important to remember that the disconnected devices will play audio over their internal speakers instead, which would not happen with Multipoint.

    As with AirPods, the primary motivation to buy these is that they are ultra portable. Battery time is fully adequate when used as intended and has not been a problem.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Updated: 15 days ago
    Please read this:

    "Headphones for $ 3200! Apple's kidding !?!"

    I've gone through 40 pairs of different headphones for sure in my days. On the stereo front, I'm not content with "what's on the Electric Giant" but you have to be in the Hi-Fi range so that you both feel the bass pressure in the chest and the cutting treble right into the brain.

    What is Apple delivering with Airpods Pro?

    Firstly, you can say that the "Pro-stamp" is undeservedly clean. Nothing with these headphones is "Pro" ie "created for professional use". However, this does not mean that they are not worthy of a stamp for being a "better" product than regular Airpods, which they are.

    The technology in Airpods Pro is fascinating at first impression. You open the package, which already gives you a feeling of detail and premium. The lid comes off by just putting the packaging on the table and lifting, which few other manufacturers succeed. You unpack the handsets and immediately notice that the charging case they are in is not much larger than the previous generation, but the lid is on the "long side". The size of the case is slightly larger, but not disturbingly larger against the predecessor. It simply fits in a normal jeans pocket without you feeling it or thinking it is there.
    The package also contains a USB-C to Lightning connector, which I personally think is a bit "meh", considering that I do not have a single USB-C connector in the home to connect them to, and the charging socket itself does not come with. However, if you have a Macbook Pro or newer Apple computer, this is not a problem, but not disturbing for a person without a USB-C adapter. You could wish that Apple also sent the power adapter.

    When opening the headphone case it is noted that the "lid" is a little lighter than before, at first feeling it does not feel as "stable" as for the predecessor and also a little more plastic, but how far it holds, the future can decide. (Does anyone miss sideways, DOA? More people having the same problem)
    The headphones themselves work just like their predecessor when it comes to how they are connected to the phone. You open the case and "bam" "Connect". Fascinatingly easy.

    The first time you put on the headphones, I recommend that you go into Settings - Bluetooth - Airpods to use the function "Test of the earplugs fit", this is to ensure that you have chosen the right size for the best experience.

    What are these headphones for features that the predecessor lacks?

    -Noise canceling. As soon as you put the earphones in the ears (must be both, do not work with EN), the NC turns on. I noticed immediately that the kitchen fan in the middle of cooking "died" completely. Nothing was heard. When the girl talked, however, I heard what she said, but very low. If you put on music above 60%, about 2-5% of the sound is heard from outside (depending on circumstances), but speech etc die completely. My mechanical keyboard sounds 0% when I write this review and it is very loud.
    I would say NC without music you hear about 10% of the sound from outside. If this is a disadvantage I cannot answer, as I can personally become dizzy with 100% NC offered by eg Bose and other manufacturers on their Over-ears.

    -Transparens. If you wish, you can turn on the "Transparency mode" which means that the microphones on the headphones amplify the sound from the outside so that you hear what people are saying and general sound (without having to take off the headphones). This does not pause the music or the like, but you clearly hear what people are saying. This technology was initially stolen from military equipment where earmuffs should amplify the volume at low noise, but also "cut" the sound over a certain decibel (explosions, etc.).

    Sound

    As a Hi-Fi geek, Airpod's first generation was never a "wow" feeling, but at the same time, it was the headphones you ALWAYS carried with you, largely because of the size that feels non-existent. The sound of the Airpods Pro is definitely better than its predecessor. The first note is the sound volume which I would say is 20-30% higher than its predecessor, ie you can play higher (or it is the same volume, but it is perceived to be higher in the ear in another way). In terms of sound, they are also better than their predecessor by about 20%. You simply hear more details in low frequencies as well as mids as highs. The sound generally feels "clearer".

    -Base. Tested the bass with the song "Gosh" by Jamie XX. where the base of extremely many kids and speakers never gets into these low frequencies to even try to play them. In Airpods Pro you definitely hear the base and it is present. Is it breastfeeding? No.

    -Mids. Plainsong with The Cure. The bass easily takes over this song and the mids overall feel a little semi-light in strength compared to the bass. Mids thus become a bit "smeared". In the song Long After You're Gone with Chris Jones & Steve Baker, on the other hand, mids are much more rewarding, this is also true when testing Up All Night with Oliver Tank (where the bass and mids play extremely well together).

    -Treble. The Blue Planet with Hans Zimmer. Here, Airpods Pro begins to show what they DO NOT do. The sound is neither large nor plentiful as one might wish, even at high volumes. The discussion is almost non-existent in many parties where the mids and bass take over the song to a large extent. Open with Rhye feels about as undeserved, the treble is far from as "crunchy" as the song deserves. It sounds kind of like the headphones trying to push up bass and mids because that's what the "majority" think is "good sound". In the song Do it again with Zes, Airpods Pro manages to let the treble be present in another way without drowning in the bass. In Working On A Dream with Wintercoats, the treble sounds reasonably good, but not perfect.

    If you only listen to billie elish, Airpods Pro plays extra fine. Bury a friend sounds magically good.

    With reference to other more expensive headphones and speakers: (add an extra point for the size of Airpods, ie 9,9,7.)
    Bass: 8/10
    Mids: 8/10
    Treble: 6/10

    Fit
    The fit is always individual for everyone, but the fit predecessor definitely fits this one. It sits both better and equally "numb". Personally, I don't think I have my headphones on. You probably have to work for these to fly out of your ear.
    Apple has also added a small "air hatch" to let in some air into the ear, making a less "sweaty" feeling in the ear and thus more comfortable to wear.

    Microphone. Approximate with the predecessor. Better than many other kids, but not at the height of a gaming headset, for example.

    Quick questions:

    -Can you get better sound for the money? Yes.

    - Are the handsets worth SEK 3200? Yes.

    - Is Apple a little greedy? No, considering all the features. The closest you come is Sony's WF1000XM3, but where you lack some features that Apple offers along with their own phones. However, arguably better treble.

    - Does Airpods Pro work with Android? As far as I know, Noise Cancel and Transparency mode do not work, but you can listen.

    -Will Airpods Pro work with other Apple products? Yes, including NC. However, be sure to update the software. There is a list of supported devices on Apple's website. (Some elderly people do not have support)

    - Is there wireless charging? Yes.

    - Are there physical buttons? Yes (touch), pause / play, next / previous song, Transparency mode on / off, Hello Siri. NOT volume

    It itself was a little difficult to go to Apple's website and see these for 3200 SEK. It is clearly a lot of money and worth a thinker. After now testing them and experiencing what they offer, I still have to fold again and say that Apple has succeeded again. All features in themselves what worth the money, but that besides the sound would be better I did not expect. If you want better sound for your money, you can check out more headphones and possibly Sony's model, but if you like other features and Apple's ecosystem you will hardly be dissatisfied with these headphones. If I am to give any criticism, it is that the treble and microphone could have been better. Also, they are a little harder to put in the case if you have big hands compared to the predecessor, and I wish Apple offered replacement batteries at a cost, which will probably be needed after several hours of listening daily for a few years. Say what you want about the price, but given the balance between features, sound, battery life and size, this is a full pot and pure joy in everyday life that is always in your pocket.
  • Decent
    16 days ago
    Updated: 16 days ago
    Positively:
    - Good noise canceling and transparency mode.

    neutral:
    - Better sound than previous Airpods but nothing to cheer about.

    negative:
    - Difficult to switch between devices not in Apple's ecosystem (running PC + iPhone)
    - Slippery and difficult to pick up from the case.
    - Poor comfort for my ears, the hard plastic hurts after a while.
    - No volume control and a little tricky to use force "buttons"
    - Fluff magnets, too bad they are not available in black color and matte finish.

    A little mixed emotions, definitely not quite sold like many others. My Jaybirds X4 sits much nicer and better with foam tips and the sound is snap better and has better battery life. However, they have other problems with range. Continue with the airpods pro and see if my impression changes for the better.
  • Excellent
    16 days ago
    If you are satisfied with your AirPods, there is no doubt that these are the ones you should have when you want / need to change. Better at all points but above all that it is in-ear and has ANC. Of course, there are better similar products out there for the same or cheaper money, but as another "regular / deadly" listener, this is a really nice upgrade from Apple. A little expensive, maybe, but got it through the polish on Apple so did not pay full price.
  • Perfect
    25 days ago
    Updated: 17 days ago
    AMAZING!

    Sits incredibly well straight out of the box (M size).

    Enjoy the noise reduction + transparent sound.

    Sounds ok for me. Clear treble and decent bass.
  • Perfect
    17 days ago
    Great for running, walking, commuting, biking probably works too.
  • Very good
    18 days ago
    Ok sound and ok NC, could of course have been better, with the size of the handsets, totally ok.
    Easy to use. A bit tricky to take out of the case compared to regular airpods.
    My Airpods Pro was neatly mounted, with a gap between the halves of one handset, so they went back. Now waiting for the new ones I ordered.
  • Excellent
    1 month ago
    Updated: 19 days ago
    Here, Apple is near a perfect product. Airpods 1 was fantastic, Airpods 2 was a bit unnecessary and now Airpods Pro is the new standard for everything I will compare to in the future.

    The sound is good, the fit is good, the battery life is good.

    The price is ... as it is.

    This is the new normal. Apple haters are going to hate. We others enjoy a good product.

    EDIT: It rolls everything out of my ears the most, no matter what I do. Sad, but not immediately something Apple can solve. Operate the ears? No, will be enough to get something else unfortunately. :-(
  • Very good
    20 days ago
    Updated: 20 days ago
    Superb. Bought them to a great extent, just like the previous speakers, to shut out noise when sitting and working and it works clockwise! Have sometimes sat without any music in the headphones just to get some peace.

    They don't say voices or "bigger" sounds, as I said, but it doesn't matter to me. It just sounds very lazy.
  • Very good
    21 days ago
    Good sound, when adjusted EQ in Spotify. Easy to charge the shell with the lightning cable. Noice Canceling works well, shuts out noise but not voices (nor snoring). Fits my ear, which no previous AirPods did at all. Incredible with built-in Siri. I can stand and wash in the kitchen, barely hear the rattle and water, while I ask Siri to change the song or increase the volume. I can leave the cellphone in the bedroom ten meters and two walls away. Never thought I'd spend this much money on a couple of kids but I think it's worth it. My tip: find an Apple Store and test! In my case, all the garbage disappeared and I got stuck.
  • Very good
    22 days ago
    Much better than usual. Have them at work. Transperacy mode is sickly effective. And it automatically blocks noise that is in my work environment. Satisfied. A little expensive maybe but it is all from Apple
  • Very good
    22 days ago
    Run these against my Samsung s10 without problems, download an app to control them.

    The sound is normally balanced, not too much bass, not too much treble.

    The fit is very good for me and it is possible to wear a cap without causing any damage to the cap, which some people are very sensitive to. Also, caps do not pull the naps out of my ears.

    The illumination is very good, other kids amplify the sounds in a strange way, I took a dog walk with co-workers and listened to a documentary at the same time without any problem could talk to her, very natural sound.

    ANC works well, at least as well as Sony's equivalent of xm3, returns when I tried them on the train.

    The buttons are very simple like the functions.

    The only minus is well priced but still worth it.
  • Perfect
    24 days ago
    First bought a pair of sony wf 1000xm3, but they were too clumsy. Airpods pro may not have as good sound, but they are so sick much more comfortable and agile. I hardly feel I have them in my ears. Noise reduction is outstanding. Want a pair of comfortable earbuds with awesome sound and cruel noise reduction, buy these!
  • Perfect
    24 days ago
    SO VERY GOOD!

    Apple really hit a full pot with them here. They sit pretty well in my ears, almost so you forget that you have them in after a while.

    ANC works really well and smoothly to be able to turn on transparency if you need to hear the surroundings.

    Worth every penny.
  • Decent
    24 days ago
    Good sound but unfortunately did not get a good fit plus they rubbed in the ears. Of course test all plugs. Sold them and went back to regular airpods.
    Must also add that strangely enough I get better sound and bass in the regular airpods.
  • Perfect
    25 days ago
    Grim satisfied with these, nice, good sound and good noise cancellation. A little expensive but it is quality throughout
  • Perfect
    26 days ago
    ** My review will be after using airpods 1st gen for 2 years **

    Noise cancellation mode: I have tested the flight and ride train with my airpods pro now and I can say that the noise cancellation feature is terribly nice to have. Tighten hell what good it works. Drove around 60% volume on the flight and even heard small details in the movies.

    Agility: What I loved about my airpods was how crazy agile they were. The Pro model is not quite as flexible as regular airpods as you have to push the earbuds into the ear canals and sometimes remove the ear wax when removing them. With the usual, it was never something you had to think about, just put in and take out in 2 seconds.
    However, this is a very small thing, but worth thinking about for someone like me who loves regular airpods.

    Sound: A little better than usual, but mostly because you exclude sound around one. The pups may make them a little less agile, but they bring with them advantages such as exclusion of sound.
    Noise cancellation takes this a step further as they remove even more noise.

    Convenience: Superb. Some can't use regular airpods when they fall out, I'm not one of them. I think the usual snap is more comfortable for me, but the benefits of pro are too great to not want to use pro.

    Transparency mode: One of the things I love about airpods is that you can talk to people around one without having to remove the headphones, so incredibly smoothly. It does not work with headphones that have plugs, such as airpods pro. Though Apple is Apple after all so they solved this by fixing transparency mode .. tada! It is so damn clock-wise and works so well so, my God. It almost feels like you don't have the headphones in, because they pick up sounds around one in such a natural way.

    Conclusion: The handsets are a worthy upgrade from Airpods 1/2. If you love being able to talk to people even though you have the naps in, transparency mode is your best friend. Do you want it quiet and focus on the music? Noise cancellation mode saves the day.

    ** If you compare these with over-ear nugs as the sneeze below did, you must keep in mind that these headphones will fit in your pocket, so obviously they will not have as good sound or noise cancellation as over-nugs in the same price range. BUT if you do not want to have fucked up hairstyle every day but still want to be able to have noise cancellation, with kids you can ALWAYS bring with you (good luck putting your Bose qc35 in your pocket when you walk into the pub), then you have found the right one . **
  • Perfect
    27 days ago
    You can get both better sound and noise cancellation for the money but not in a package that is so comfortable and has such a stable good user experience. They are not perfect but if you are looking for a pair of headphones that will work for everything, you will not regret going for these.
  • Perfect
    27 days ago
    Switched from AirPods 2 to these as the second generation did not fit my ears. These really sit like cast. ANC works incredibly well, very surprised. Sound perfectly ok.

    Full points even if the price is slightly high.
  • Very good
    28 days ago
    Wonderful. Sits excellent and the noise reduction is good.
    Use with Android and autopause unfortunately does not work.
  • Very good
    28 days ago
    Waiting until I can get a pair of bows around the ear so I can jog with them. Return.
  • Perfect
    29 days ago
    Unlike the previous review, I think these are better than my qc35.
    Quite blown away how it is possible to get so good sound / nc in wireless small inears.
  • Very Poor
    1 month ago
    Updated: 1 month ago
    Tested these on applestore. Significantly worse than my Bose qc35. Not even comparable. The problem with all in-ear headphones is that you hear yourself talking, exercising and breathing heavily so that sounds audible. Same feeling as having your head underwater. Nasty feeling, sound from the outside is muted but all body sounds are greatly enhanced. Every little footstep is accelerated. Those who praise these kids haven't tested Bose or Sony.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Updated: 1 month ago
    Update: Just took a first flight with these o and can only see that NC works just fine.

    Have airpods 1 o 2 o was so happy with them that I had to o test these too. Now the sound is even better and with noice cancellation I miss nothing. So there is no reason at all to dust off my clumsy over ear lids that have been on the shelf since the first generation of airpods were launched.
  • Excellent
    1 month ago
    Updated: 1 month ago
    Sits significantly better in the ear than the previous model. Better sound, ANC, transparency mode and more. Apple hit.

    Take care and buy if you are in the US.
  • Excellent
    1 month ago
    Sits perfectly in the ears and gives a great sound. Then the agility with the headphones is tip-top.
    The only minus is the unusually high price, quite over priced as they should be like other brands around 1990: - for a couple.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Unbelievable.

    Likes the transparency mode best when passing speech and the like. Sounds really good for music, good microphone and sits comfortably. The size test says that all 3 supplied sizes fit well, but I still chose L to get as tight as possible. Noise reduction works OK, not in class with over ears or Sony's 1000XM3, but definitely good enough.

    Buy. Now.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Sickly good noise reduction, and the sound is a big boost from previous airpod models.

    The fit sits a little better than the previous generation, feels safer and not as if they are falling off just as easily.

    Battery life is basically the same as previous models.

    Recommend that you buy to AppleCare + then you can make a battery change for a few hundred bucks, then they will be like new again.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Good sound, perfect fit, good battery life with wireless charging, easy to pair with iPhone (one click).

    Trying to come up with something negative with the headphones but not coming up with anything. Should be the price of ice cream (SEK 2642 in the US).
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Great headphones! The active noise reduction is cruel. The fit and battery life are also top notch. Nothing to complain about.
  • Very good
    1 month ago
    Works over expectation.
    Plus: the noise reduction
    Minus: the fit medium for large and small for small.
    The sound in the higher notes
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Really lifted from airpods 1: gen
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    So, so good Apple!

    The old people just went out of their ears and were very worried that these oxen would also be complaining when other inmates were not working for me. But these are canon!

    And noise cancle is really good too!
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Incredibly satisfied
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Almost magical! They sit really well and feel as light as their predecessors. ANC works really well and smoothly to be able to turn on transparency if you need to hear the surroundings.