OK, this one should be interesting. The air pods or the airport pros? Which one should you get? Hey, what’s up, guys? Soldier knows best there.
So I’m a keep his video nice and quick and down and dirty and let you know which one of these I think may be the best fit for you. So let’s start with the number one thing, at least in my book, and that’s going to be the price.
So the airport pros with their wireless charging case cost two hundred and forty nine dollars and the air pods with a wireless charge in case cost one hundred and ninety nine dollars.
And then the airports without a wireless charge in case costs a hundred and fifty nine dollars.
Now all three these cases can charge the airport when you put them back in it. And Apple says you can get around 24 hours of use out of all three of these versus the matter which one is wireless or not. And so at the end of this article, you still kind of leaning towards the air pods and you don’t really care about wireless charging.
I think your decision is going to be pretty easy and that’s gonna help you save someone and going with the person that doesn’t have the wireless charging case.
Now, let’s talk about battery life. So both the airports and the airports pros can get you around five hours of use. But the airports pros go going to reach five hours. If you turn active, noise cancelation off. But if you leave it on, you should be around four and a half hours, which still isn’t that bad.
And so those times that I just gave you a for listening time.
So when you listen to your music or your movies. But if I want to talk about talk time, the airports can get you around three hours in the airport.
Pros can get you around three and a half hours. So you’re really kind of looking at a difference of 30 minutes when it comes to both listening and talk times. But if you want the absolute longest times, you want to go at the airports process.
Now, let’s talk about design. Real quick so you can tell that the airport pros are going to be shorter and also just a little bit fatter.
But they feel great in your ear. And the fact that they are short, they don’t have that long stem like you find on the airport means that if you are going to be taking your shirt off, like Jonathan Morrisson here is doing, they’re less likely to get hung up on your shirt and fall off.
And that has happened to me so many times.
But the main difference with the design is that the airport pros have customizable tips.
So in the box you get three different pairs of tips. Small, medium and large. And you can just pull one off and then push one back on. And now this will allow for you to get a better fit depending on your ear size.
Now, me personally, I haven’t had any issues with the airports as far as being comfortable, actually, when I put them in my ear.
I don’t feel them at all. But with these airports pros, they are comfortable.
But because the ear tips is in your ear and it kind of making a seal, you do fill them a little bit more than you do with the airports. All right. So now let’s talk about sound quality. And this is going to be really easy. The airport pros sound better, and that’s because Apple has re engineered the internals and with all the different chipsets and stuff like that to make the sound better and also does have an adaptive IQ.
So that means it’s going to be kind of adjusting to your ears and to a lot of different things and variables to make sure the music sounds the best.
And also with that active north cancelation, because it is blocking that unwanted noise from their background, when you have ANC on, you just hear your music. You just hear your moving.
So you can hear all the details and the sounds.
But with that being said, the airlines don’t sound bad either. I never had an issue with the sound quality on the airports.
And maybe that’s just me, because I’m just using these for working out as just walking around. I think they sound just fine. But another reason why these airports pro sound better is because they do have these customizable tips. So when you put them in your ear, they make a really nice seal and you hear that keeps the sound from leaking out and also keeps the sound from getting in.
But at the same time, though, I do like the way the airports feel in my ear because they don’t create that seal.
When I’m walking around, I can still hear my environment. I can still hear the cars on the street. I can still hear somebody walking up behind me. And I don’t have to take these out in order to talk to someone.
But with these airports pros, because he had that really nice tight seal, you either have to take these out to talk to someone or you can enter the new transparency mode. And the transparency mode basically uses the microphones to be able to let noise in.
And while it does sound great, is one of the best transparency, most about use on the kind of headphones like this.
It still doesn’t sound as natural as the airport because the airports aren’t doing anything. And just sitting in your ear, it doesn’t need to process in India. So if you like, kind of being aware of your surroundings, I kind of like the airports for that.
And then when it comes to controlling these to the controls are better on the airports pros because they do have a force sensor.
And this new thing allows you to not only double tap like you can on the regular airplanes, but you can also triple tap as well. So you can control all the different playback controls and also answer your phone calls and things like that. But they’ll have to choose one or two.
Like you have to do in the settings with the regular airports on these airports pros, you have all those controls ready to go.
And then the forced sensor can also be squeezed to be able to switch between the active noise cancelation mode and also the transparency mode. And the last notable difference between these two is that the airport is pros are rated IP X four.
So that means they can survive splashes of water and sweat for like 10 minutes.
But I think they’ll be just fine just like this. Now, I actually did this to the airports, too, and that is cold. And maybe I should have waited to do that.
But from my personal experience, I’ve accidentally put these airports into the washing machine at a survived like two or three times and not even put them in the dryer once and they came out fine. So, I mean, if you just want that peace of mind, the airport is a definite going to be made for them.
But I think both will be great against water and sweat.
OK, I just had to rehydrate there for a second, actually use the water the right way. But yeah, those are the major differences between these two and they both can do some other things like, hey, Siri commands and they both have that H1 chip inside of them.
So it makes it very easy to pair with your IOW device.
And I really think it comes down to one thing if you’re trying to decide between these two and that is do you need active noise cancelation?
Because if you don’t and you’re just fine with the air the way they sound, and you don’t really care about blocking out a lot of background noise, maybe you just use needs to run outside or walk around. You still want to kind of hear your environment. The regular airport are a great choice for you.
But if you are someone like me that travels a lot and I find myself on planes a lot of the time, I don’t like to use headphones without active noise cancelation on a plane.
These airports pros can come in handy because I haven’t used them on a plane just yet, but I can assume that they’ll be just fine. I think that they’ll be able to block out enough of that noise with the plane and people talking or whatever.
So I can still listen to my music or watch a movie and mostly pee.
So I think these come in handy. So this permits me, Mohammed, to bring another pair of headphones in certain situations, but now the choice is up to you.