Apple AirPods (1st Generation)
Why We Love This
Offering easy Bluetooth pairing with Apple devices, the discreet and lightweight Airpods deliver superior audio with up to five hours of battery life.
About this item
- Clearly superior sound and automatic setup
- More than 24-hours battery life with the charge case
- Up to 5 hours of battery life on one charge
- 15 minutes of charging equals 3 hours of battery life
- Apple AirPods require iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10 or watchOS 3
Elevate your listening experience with these Apple AirPods. Compatible with different Apple devices, they redefine the way you listen to music. Immerse yourself in crisp, high-quality sound. Put them in your ear for an instant connection.
Easy to Use
Wireless. Effortless. Magical. Apple wireless AirPods are a breeze to use. They're equipped with motion accelerometers and optical sensors, so they play audio as soon as you put them in your ears and pause when they're out. They also feature beam-forming microphones that filter out background noise so your voice sounds clear and distinct during calls.
How long do the Apple AirPods Battery Last?
The Apple AirPods deliver up to 5 hours of listening time on a single charge. They're designed with an ultra-low power W1 chip that helps manage battery consumption. In addition, the charging case holds multiple charges—enough to last for more than 24 hours. Running low on power? A quick 15-minute charge in the case gives you up to 180 minutes of listening time.
What Apple Devices are Compatible with Apple AirPods?
Apple wireless AirPods support a wide variety of Apple devices running macOS Sierra, watchOS 4 and iOS 10 or later. This includes the iPad Air 1 and 2, iPad mini 2 to 4, iPhone 5 and later models and the iPad Pro. It's also compatible with the iPod Touch (6th Generation). Owners of these devices will require an iCloud account to set up and pair their device.
Do Apple AirPods Work with Other Devices?
Apple AirPods are designed to work with mobile devices that support Bluetooth connections. However, using the AirPods with a non-Apple device will result in a loss of several smart features, such as automatic playback, iCloud pairing and activating Siri.