I had been looking forward to the arrival of the new Airpossums in a few months, but as the price of the devices began to climb I was hoping they’d come at the right time.
Unfortunately, that didn’t happen and now, with the first devices coming to market, I can finally say goodbye to the Airponds.
They have been my main go-to headphones for years, and in that time I’ve had several to consider, but this latest one has been my favourite out of the bunch.
It’s comfortable, quiet and has a great audio quality.
I’m glad I’m able to get to spend more time with my family instead of my work commute.
It even works with Apple Music.
The Airpond 2.0 does not have the same level of sound quality as the Airpod 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
That means you’ll need to get the next Airposter if you want the best audio quality, but it doesn’t have that option for the cheapest price.
I’ve also found that the noise-cancelling feature on the Air Pods is a bit of a pain, and I don’t think Apple is trying to push it as much as I’d like.
There are some good things to take from the AirPods, but they’re not without their flaws.
The AirPond 2 is still the most affordable of the trio, at just £129, while the AirPod 1 is now £199.
The new AirPossums are a welcome addition to the Apple lineup, but the Air Pod 1 was a disappointment in the long run, so I’d suggest waiting for a bigger version of the Airphone to hit shelves.
Pros: Very comfortable, comfortable, warm & cool, excellent audio quality Cons: Very expensive, noise-free feature, noise cancelling feature, lack of a headphone jack, price, not much else to say Overall: 7.5/10