AirPods Pro, the most premium set of fully wireless earbuds has been revealed by Apple. Apple’s AirPods Pro has all new-design features and active noise cancellation technology as well. The standard AirPod does not have this technology.
In the US, pre-orders for AirPods Pro will get going from October 30.
Difference Between AirPods Pro And AirPods 2
AirPods Pro vs AirPods 2: Pricing
The AirPods Pro costs $249 and has a wireless charging case. However, you have two options available while purchasing standard AirPods. In the first option, AirPods available with a charging case is for approx $200. And in the second option, AirPods 2 with wireless charging case costs a little more. And if you choose the AirPods Pro, consider that they are priced more than the AirPods 2 (the ones with wireless case).
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AirPods Pro vs AirPods 2: Design and Feel
The design of both devices AirPods Pro and AirPods 2 is much different, the AirPods Pro has a silicone tip. And you have the options between small, medium and large sizes to pick for the tips.
Apple’s Pro with the AirPods gen 2 non-in-ear design known as “universal-fit”, the in-ear design will surely work for nearly any ear size with AirPods Pro together with small, medium, and large tips. Moreover, believe it or not, there is a fitting feature that utilizes as for the fit, the company is calling the in-ear design with silicone tips a “customizable-fit” for the software of AirPods to examine either you have chosen the right size or not.
Additionally, the size of AirPods Pro is smaller than the standard AirPods, and Pro models are also a bit deeper and wider than AirPods. Another difference in AirPods Pro and AirPods 2 is that the Pro model is slightly heavier at 5.4 grams in comparison to AirPods 2 with 4 grams weight.
AirPods Pro vs AirPods 2: Noise Cancellation & Battery
It is already declared that the AirPods Pro has a new feature of active noise cancellation whereas the standard AirPods does not have. Apple also provides Audio “Transparency mode” through which users can turn off the noise cancellation with just a tap on the earpiece.
Moreover, the AirPods Pro has a bit lesser battery backup than AirPods 2. The company registers “up to 4.5 hours of listening time” of backup for the AirPods Pro while standard AirPods has up to 5 hours of battery backup.
The AirPods Pro are evaluated IPX4 for perspiring and waterproof. The new Pro models also have new features of an Adaptive Equilizer. This is an equalizer than automatically adjusts to the time-changing things of the communication channel, both the models have the same H1 chip and always-on “Hey Siri” functionality.