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It’s hard to turn the corner without bumping into someone without AirPods. The high-quality earbuds are a bestseller for a reason, and with Amazon Prime Day here it’s time to splurge for you or a love one. They’ll appreciate the thought and your budget-savvy ways because Amazon just slashed the price of AirPods at over 30 percent off.
$169.98 (32% off)
There’s a reason why Apple’s earbuds are one of the most covetable gadgets around. In addition to providing crisp, clear sound, this option has an H1 chip that makes it easy to pair with your smartphone. they are also decked out with optical sensors and motion accelerometers, which determine whether they’re actually in your ears. Each pair is compatible with Siri, so it’s like having a virtual personal assistant inside your head. When your earbuds are not in use, you can stick them in your charging case so you can use them anytime, anywhere.
If you want to upgrade your earbuds game further, the AirPods Pro has a 24-hour battery life, active noise cancellation, and an expanded mesh microphone port so you can take calls outside.
Of course, Apple’s AirPods have a lot more to offer than great sound. Thanks to their sleek, simple design, they’re one of the hottest accessories around—literally. I mean, have you seriously not swooned over an AirPod-clad Tom Holland? (But, if you can’t get a tech-savvy Peter Parker under your Christmas tree, these buds are the next best thing.)
Apple’s AirPods and AirPods Pro normally cost $159 and $249, respectively. However, Amazon’s currently shaving as much as 32 percent off the asking price, meaning you can get them for as much as $79 off. Whether you want to treat yourself to a new gadget or turn your partner into a Henry Goulding doppelgänger (hey, you thought of it, too), now’s the best time to add a pair to your cart and it should arrive before the holiday festivities begin.
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