We have a deal on a pair of Kharbon IP67 Wireless Earbuds. They feature support Bluetooth 5.0, and what the company says is 150 hours of battery life. They also have an IP67 waterproof rating. They’re $79 through our deal.
Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Bryan’s new AirPods Pro, and some features of true wireless earbuds.
We have a deal on a pair of Aunu Audio M50 True Wireless Headphones that come with a companion Aunu language app the company says translates 33 languages on the go. They have six hours of playback time and are rated IPX7 water-resistant. They’re $99.99 through our deal.
We have a deal on a pair of CRESUER TOUCHWAVE True Wireless Stereo Earbuds. They feature on-board controls using a tap or touch for playing music and answering calls, and three hours of playback time.
Your questions answered, including migrating photos, syncing movies, moving to a new Mac, which earbuds to get, smart bulbs, and much more. Plus, there’s never a lack of things to swipe. And on your iPhone and Mac, that’s a good thing. Come learn five new things with John and Dave!
We have a deal on a pair of PaMu Scroll True Wireless Earbuds with a charging case. These earbuds feature Bluetooth 5.0, touch controls, and allow you to connect to Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant. There are four colors to choose from, and their $69.9 through our deal, a 53% discount off retail.
Johnathon Heaf writes how Apple’s white earbuds changed the industry forever. It all started with the iPod.
The “silhouette campaign” ads, which I’m sure many of you remember more than the early hardware, focused on the white earbuds that came with each iPod – a design feature that Ive has since stated was pure serendipity.
When he first saw the ads, Steve Jobs was worried the iPod wasn’t visible enough. Yet they were popular because they were fun and emotive.
It’s an outdoor group talk system for active people like runners, cyclists, hikers, etc. They let you create a group chat with up to 10 people.
If you were planning on picking up Apple’s AirPods wireless earpods this holiday season, ger ready to be disappointed because it looks like they won’t be shipping until January 2017 at the earliest. Apple originally promised AirPods would ship in late October, but has since changed their status to “Currently unavailable” with no projected ship date.
Apple embraced wireless earbuds on Wednesday with the introduction of its AirPods earbuds. AirPods are designed to connect to the iPhone and Apple Watch over Bluetooth, and let you quickly switch between which device where they’re streaming audio.
A video shows what appears to be Apple’s Lightning connector earbuds is making the rounds, and if it’s legit it looks like we won’t be able to charge our iPhones while using them. Apple still hasn’t confirmed that this fall’s iPhone will ditch the familiar 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of audio over Lightning, but as we get closer to the release it’s seeming more and more likely.