AirPods are slim and lightweight, with a curved shape. They're angled just so for comfort and to help direct sound to your ear. The stem is 33% shorter than the second-generation AirPods and features a force sensor for easy music and call control.
Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking
For music, TV shows, and movies, sound is distributed all around you to provide a realistic, three-dimensional listening experience. AirPods use gyroscopes and accelerometers to detect your head motions, making it sound like you're in the middle of songs and situations.
Music is automatically adjusted to your ear's shape. Inward-facing microphones detect what you're hearing and alter low- and mid-range frequencies to convey all of the song's rich nuances.
Longer battery life
When compared to AirPods (2nd generation), AirPods feature an extra hour of battery life, allowing for up to 6 hours of listening time and up to 4 hours of conversation time.
When necessary, an improved skin-detecting sensor turns AirPods on or off correctly, conserving battery life. You can obtain approximately an hour of listening or talking time with just 5 minutes of charging.
The MagSafe Charging Case, meanwhile, has a battery life of more than 30 hours and is compatible with both MagSafe and wireless chargers.
Sweat and water resistant
Both the AirPods and the MagSafe Charging Case are IPX4 water resistant, so they can survive anything from rain to strenuous workouts.
Magical in every way
It's simple to set them up: just take them out of the case and they're ready to go. Switch between your Apple devices without having to think about it.
In-ear detection can distinguish between your ear and other objects. You may have Siri read your alerts through your AirPods using Announce Notifications with Siri.
You and a buddy may effortlessly share a song or show between any two sets of AirPods using Audio Sharing.