Here's the first television ad for the just announced Apple AirPods Pro



If you disappeared from this planet all day and are just arriving back now, you might have missed the news that Apple has introduced the AirPods Pro. The premium version of Apple's wireless Bluetooth earbuds is available in three different sizes and starts shipping this coming Wednesday, October 30th. It is priced at $249, but it does include a wireless charging case.

The big feature is active noise cancellation and by tapping the sensor on the stem of the AirPod Pro, Transparency mode can be activated; this allows the user to hear his or her tunes while also letting ambient noise to be heard. And the new accessory is both water and sweat resistant.

With the AirPods Pro shipping this Wednesday, Apple has already released the first 50 second commercial for the product. No doubt you'll spot it on your television set as soon as tonight. But you can view it right now and be the first on your block to see the ad which starts by showing off the slightly new in-ear shape for a better fit. Noise Cancellation is one feature that comes up early in the spot followed by the tapered silicon tips that offer a more customized fit. The aforementioned Transparency mode gets a shout out and the commercial even shows you how to activate it.

"Innovation from chip to tip," says Apple. "Magic like you've never heard." The ad ends with the new AirPod Pros being placed into the slightly wider wireless charging case. And by the way, if you're curious about the song being used in the commercial, it is "Lenguas" by Elephant Heart.

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6 Comments

1. JCASS889

Posts: 599; Member since: May 18, 2018

250$? I'm totally sure they probably cost like 6$ to make.

2. tangbunna

Posts: 488; Member since: Sep 29, 2016

give you 20$ to make a good noise cancelling.

3. Dr.Phil

Posts: 2482; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

Just to compare them price wise to the competition: Pixel Buds $180 - no noise cancelling Surface Earbuds $250 - no noise cancelling Sennheiser Momentum $245 (were MSRP $300 when released) Sony 1000XM3 $230 Bose Soundsport Free $200 (was $250) - no noise cancellation

4. JCASS889

Posts: 599; Member since: May 18, 2018

Headphones are costing way to much for not much gain over much cheaper headphones. 250$ for what's probably simple in ear headphones with noise canceling. That is not worth 250$

5. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2272; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

What matters most is Apple owners will be buy them. $250 to most isn’t much for good quality ear buds. Love my AirPods 2. Might upgrade we’ll see...

6. jibraihimi

Posts: 816; Member since: Nov 29, 2011

Better than this try Edifier Tws 5, Lypertek tevi, 1 more stylish tws, if you want more audiophile like sound...... But if Bass is what u like then try Sabbat E12 ultra....... All of them will cost u more than half of air pods pro price, and will sound decent with decent battery life....... Soundcore has also launched 3 premium tws earbuds in it's line, you can check them out too...... Soundcore liberty 2 pro, soundcore liberty 2, soundcore liberty air 2.....

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