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The Apple AirPods are still a perfectly respectable pair of true wireless earbuds – even now that the upgraded AirPods (2019) have replaced them. With decent sound quality and seamless device pairing, all you have to worry about is if they fit your ears and if you can deal with the lack of an in-line remote to control your music.
The Apple AirPods could be your best solution if you’re an iPhone owner, with every new model, from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone 11, lacking a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Although we think these wireless earbuds were impressive for their time (and we still recommend them for those on a budget), that doesn’t mean they’re the best true wireless earbuds you can buy.
One bugbear is that they rely almost entirely on Siri for controlling audio playback, which isn’t convenient for many of us – especially if chatting to Apple’s voice assistant has never really become second nature to you.
This is why they remind us of Apple’s button-less 3rd generation iPod Shuffle, which relied entirely upon the included headphones’ in-line remote to be controlled at a time when no other headphones included this functionality.
The biggest difference between the two is the small arm which comes down from the earbud section. The AirPod’s arm is significantly thicker than that of the EarPods to fit the device’s battery and microphone.
This thickness means that the AirPods aren’t as stylish as the classic Apple buds, which is unfortunate given Apple’s history of treading the fine line between technology and fashion.
For all our reservations about the fit and feel of the AirPods, they actually sound pretty good.
The days of weak, tinny sound are over. Listen to a track like Turbowolf’s Nine Lives, and the bass nicely cuts through the track without overwhelming the mid and treble notes.
It means the headphone’s sound has energy and rhythm to it, whether you want to relax with some Slayer, or get pumped up with Enya.
Connectivity has historically been a bit of a mixed bag with Bluetooth headphones on iPhones.
We’ve found that some will happily connect automatically just by being turned on, while others will require you to dig into your phone’s Bluetooth menu every time.