Apple AirPods Release Date, Features and Updates: Will Earphones Come Next Week? Specs and Price Details

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 12, 2016 07:44 AM EST
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Apple's newest wireless earphones, the AirPods, were supposed to come out last month but the tech company delayed its release. Now, there seems to be good news for fans as reports indicate that it could launch next week.

German Apple reseller Conrad reportedly confirmed with a customer that the Apple AirPods will already come by November 17, Friday. "I have just talked with an employee of the Conrad Online Store, since I am there on 14.10 the AirPods ordered and I wanted to cancel today [sic]," the source noted.

AirPods availability

It was also noted that the Conrad store already have stocks for the AirPods beginning November 17 and that customers will start receiving their orders from November 18 to 19. Though there are already reports and rumors coming out about the AirPods' release date, Apple has yet to issue an official statement to confirm the information.

The new Apple AirPods are said to be worth every penny a user spends on it because of its improved battery life and better connection. It also comes with a sensor that detects when the AirPods are removed from one's ears thus prompting it to pause the music.

Price details and features

Apple's AirPods is reportedly selling for $159. Many tech aficionados believe that this device is cheaper than other options in the market which cost around $200. For this price, users can already enjoy high-quality music without any effect to sound quality using its Bluetooth connectivity. It also contains a W1 wireless chip which helps in transferring and recognizing music that goes through the AirPods.

The AirPods also contains a W1 wireless chip that gives owners the capability to transfer music from their iPhones to their AirPods. This chip can also process the device's codecs, handle user controls and add stereo synchronization.

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