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Apple Airpods 3 brings 30 hours battery life but lacks active noise cancelling

Airpods third Gen

The Airpods 3 has finally been unveiled by Apple at its special event that sees to the launching of its latest hardware and software products. The device takes its design from the Airpods Pro, making it different from its predecessors, the first-generation and the second-generation.

New features have been added such as Adaptive EQ that uses computational audio for processing, and Spacial Audio with dynamic head tracking. The list of audio enhancements that the third-generation Apple Airpods brings also include Dolby Atmos for superb sound quality.

The Airpods 3rd Gen have new force sensor control for audio control, including to pause, play and next, and to answer calls. Moreover, it can auto detect when put in the ear or when removed from the ear - thanks to its skin-detect sensor, which also paused the music immediately it detect that the device has been removed from the ear.

Although It does not support active noise cancelling (ANC), the Airpods 3 have beam-forming microphones that block ambient noise and that concentrate on user's voice. It supports AAC-ELD speech codec for Full HD voice quality and clarity when making calls on FaceTime. In addition, it also has a high dynamic range amplifier.

Technically, the tech device is powered by Apple's proprietary H1 chip, which was the same chip used for the Airpods Pro. It is IPX4 rated, meaning, it can withstand splashes of water without damage. Apple revealed that some of the features of the Airpods 3 will only work on iOS 13 and above and on iPad OS.

Battery life is rated to be six hours on a single charge, although the charging case can supply additional 24 hours of battery life when you want more. Five minutes charge is claimed to deliver one hour of listening time. The case supports wireless charging and magsafe - your choice.

The Airpods 3 will be available in over 27 countries including the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Taiwan, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, India, Spain, China, Austria, Japan, and New Zealand. It costs US$179.99 and will start selling from October 26th.




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