Apple AirPods Pro

(20 customer reviews)

Active Noise Cancellation for immersive sound
Transparency mode for hearing and connecting with the world around you
Three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a customizable fit

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Active Noise Cancellation for immersive sound
Transparency mode for hearing and connecting with the world around you
Three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a customizable fit
Sweat and water resistant
Adaptive EQ automatically tunes music to the shape of your ear
Easy setup for all your Apple devices2
Quick access to Siri by saying “Hey Siri”
The Wireless Charging Case delivers more than 24 hours of battery life

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  1. Eric

    – Noise cancellation is great for planes etc- Transparency is great for sport, hear your teammates while listening to music- it’s actually OP for skiing (on transparency mode)- I always forget its in my ear- replaces my Bose

  2. Cory Meredith

    Best thing to flex with

  3. MoRazi

    Massively overpriced, paying £250 I’d expect something of the same quality as the NuraPhones or just below it considering the Brand behind the AirPods are Apple. While the noise cancelling is an improvement on the original AirPods it’s not on par wit audiophile level. The noise cancelling is terrible, it does not work at all unless your music is playing at a very loud level wherein it would’ve matter if you have noise cancelling or not due to the volume of the music, if your music volume is quite low or no music is playing the noise cancellation feature just works as an annoying sound muffler, you can still hear every sound just at a reduced volume. Overall the noise cancelling just does not work and as a result it just makes the AirPods pro a very overpriced pair of Bluetooth earphones you can get for A LOT cheaper, even at the £30 range.Also still no functionality in terms of music control, no control in terms of music volume meaning you will have to use your phone, defeating the whole point of being able to control things on your phone without going on it through wireless earphones.Overall a definite do not buy, if you have the old AirPods keep them. If you still want another wireless set of earphones switch to literally any cheaper alternative, if you’re looking for a noise cancelling wireless system just go with the nuraphones, unmatched performance and customisation as well as WORKING and top notch noise cancelling.

  4. MoRazi

    Massively overpriced, paying £250 I’d expect something of the same quality as the NuraPhones or just below it considering the Brand behind the AirPods are Apple. While the noise cancelling is an improvement on the original AirPods it’s not on par wit audiophile level. The noise cancelling is terrible, it does not work at all unless your music is playing at a very loud level wherein it would’ve matter if you have noise cancelling or not due to the volume of the music, if your music volume is quite low or no music is playing the noise cancellation feature just works as an annoying sound muffler, you can still hear every sound just at a reduced volume. Overall the noise cancelling just does not work and as a result it just makes the AirPods pro a very overpriced pair of Bluetooth earphones you can get for A LOT cheaper, even at the £30 range.Also still no functionality in terms of music control, no control in terms of music volume meaning you will have to use your phone, defeating the whole point of being able to control things on your phone without going on it through wireless earphones.Overall a definite do not buy, if you have the old AirPods keep them. If you still want another wireless set of earphones switch to literally any cheaper alternative, if you’re looking for a noise cancelling wireless system just go with the nuraphones, unmatched performance and customisation as well as WORKING and top notch noise cancelling.

  5. DPF

    After using the Sony XF-1000XM3s for a few months and having issues with a number of things such as connectivity, comfort and then being completely useless for phone calls I bought the Airpod Pro’s hoping they would be everything I hoped the Sonys would be and they haven’t disappointed.The Airpods are fantastic for connectivity with Apple products. The noise cancellation is on-par with the Sony’s and they are amazing for phone calls. For me the sound quality is great. I use these for commuting, gym etc and they sound really good for what I need.Finally comfort was really important. The Sony’s always felt like they would fall out at some point, anything past walking pace and they started to move about. The Airpods feel much, much better. I can use these running and they feel secure, plus they have water resistance which is a big deal as the Sony’s don’t.Overall for me, as an Apple user, the AirPod Pros are better than the Sony WF-1000XM3’s by quite some way.

  6. K A

    As a regular consumer, I am not an audiophile but for £250 I expected more. Firstly, as someone who has never experienced noise cancelling before – this is “OK” at best, but it definitely does NOT block out alot of sound. It tones down things like AC Units and constant drones – but you can CLEARLY hear people chatting and keyboards typing away if using it in an office environment. I find the right ear pod quite painful after a while too. The sound quality is OK but I expected to be blown away for £250. They’re not much better than regular wired iphone headphones – it’s more the in-ear insulation that makes it sound better.

  7. Darryl Pilling

    These are a brilliant product. I originally had the 1st generation AirPods, but didn’t see the point in getting the 2nd generation as they aren’t much different.As soon as they were announced I wanted them from the get-go. Overall, they didn’t disappoint. They’ve got really good sound, amazing ANC and I think they’re a better design than previous models too. If you’ve got the money I highly recommend these.

  8. Christian Gazgoth

    I was able to get a hold of a set of these on their release day on 31/10/2019Fitting: These are definately a better fit than previous Airpods. The stem is shorter and the new silicon tips are excellent at fitting nicely in the ear. Because of this they seem to be less intrusive and they certainly feel more secure in the gym. I have been to the gym for an hour every day since I got these and I have had no issues with sweat or them popping out and I tend to use the elliptical trainer so for me … thats a big plus.Operation: Again one of the big tests for any bluetooth connectivity is walking through one of the main London train stations …. there are literally thousands of headphones, phone, computers and other gadgets swamping the bluetooth frequencies and a lot of even really good headsets break down causing unwanted pauses or gaps in music tracks … not here … perfect synch and no problems with interference.The new method of control on these is to squeeze the stems. Remember I said the stems were shorter? wel this is the first negative aspects I came across. The squeezing of the stems is a bit fiddly at first and that’s standing still … i’m going to be honest and say if you do anything active like rowing, cycling, jogging … you’re probably going to have to stop and make any adjustments.However one of the great new features of these Airpods is the new ear check sound feature. Basically on an app on your phone you send a bust of music to the airpods and they analyse the acoustics of your ear and then tell you if you have the best fit … so you can change the silicon tips until you get no only what feels good to you but what the app says is the best fit. Now thats pretty slick … but you’ll probably only ever use it once … after all your ear probably won’t change shape.Features: Well the obvious goto is the Noise Cancelling …. Is it any good. Yes. Good enough at this price, probably not as good as some of the pricier headsets and buds by Bose but good enough. They also have that nice feature where you can squeeze the leg and the music drops so you can hear what people are saying to you without having to remove the Airpod. Battery life is good as well. 5 hours say Apple. Yup that’s fair. 19 more from the case. Again I seem to get values similar to that. I think there are a number of earbuds (Cambridge … Melomania?) that have longer play times but I can’t see me needing more than 24 hours … you have to sleep so re-charge them then.MUSIC QUALITY: So here’s the big question … Are they good enough at this price? Well I have to say YES. If you have read my other reviews you know I test B&W, M&G, B&O, Bose, Shure, even Grado. and these deserve their place right up there. That eartip test and the new improved chip from apple (according to the blurb) really do make these exceptional. The bass is really nice and smooth and not harsh and banging like you get from some earbuds that just try to overwhelm you using your ear duct. The detail is great as well… nothing is lost. These are just as good as a 2-300 quid pair of over the ear headphones.Verdict: I really do like these … I’m a little bit nervous because they are lighter than most buds and you really do forget you’re wearing them and although I know they are really secure after bouncing about all over the place they still make me nervous they’ll fall out. I don’t want to imagine losing a bud and having to replace these at this price. However as each day passes I enjoy them more and trust their fit. I think these are going to be a big hit and they are definately a mojor improvement

  9. Chuck Bosch

    I’m unashamedly an Apple fan, having had many products over several years. I recently upgraded to an iPhone 11 Pro Max and then the new AirPods Pro’s came out. I love to listen to music and have some over ears Bowers & Wilkins headphones. I’m 60 now and admittedly my ears aren’t what they were. I also get very itchy in my left ear. Anyway I wanted some good quality earphones as these tend to deliver best sound, probably because they are placed in the ear. I’m sick of cables and having to walk around with iPhone attached. So, I researched Sony and Sennheiser equivalents but decided that AirPods would probably work better with all my other Apple kit. I couldn’t be happier. They sound really great. I did the test re ear buds fit and ended up using the larger ones. Noise cancelling is magnificent. Last night my wife watched tv whilst I listened to my music. She wasn’t disturbed by me and I could only hear the environment very slightly, between tracks or at quieter passages of music. And I could get up and move as not attached to anything. If you are considering these, don’t hesitate. Magnificent.

  10. Eric

    – Noise cancellation is great for planes etc- Transparency is great for sport, hear your teammates while listening to music- it’s actually OP for skiing (on transparency mode)- I always forget its in my ear- replaces my Bose

  11. Cory Meredith

    Best thing to flex with

  12. K A

    As a regular consumer, I am not an audiophile but for £250 I expected more. Firstly, as someone who has never experienced noise cancelling before – this is “OK” at best, but it definitely does NOT block out alot of sound. It tones down things like AC Units and constant drones – but you can CLEARLY hear people chatting and keyboards typing away if using it in an office environment. I find the right ear pod quite painful after a while too. The sound quality is OK but I expected to be blown away for £250. They’re not much better than regular wired iphone headphones – it’s more the in-ear insulation that makes it sound better.

  13. Chris

    These are brilliant, the noise cancellation is better than expected with a discreet and comfortable fit. Perfect all-rounder

  14. Chris

    These are brilliant, the noise cancellation is better than expected with a discreet and comfortable fit. Perfect all-rounder

  15. DPF

    After using the Sony XF-1000XM3s for a few months and having issues with a number of things such as connectivity, comfort and then being completely useless for phone calls I bought the Airpod Pro’s hoping they would be everything I hoped the Sonys would be and they haven’t disappointed.The Airpods are fantastic for connectivity with Apple products. The noise cancellation is on-par with the Sony’s and they are amazing for phone calls. For me the sound quality is great. I use these for commuting, gym etc and they sound really good for what I need.Finally comfort was really important. The Sony’s always felt like they would fall out at some point, anything past walking pace and they started to move about. The Airpods feel much, much better. I can use these running and they feel secure, plus they have water resistance which is a big deal as the Sony’s don’t.Overall for me, as an Apple user, the AirPod Pros are better than the Sony WF-1000XM3’s by quite some way.

  16. Darryl Pilling

    These are a brilliant product. I originally had the 1st generation AirPods, but didn’t see the point in getting the 2nd generation as they aren’t much different.As soon as they were announced I wanted them from the get-go. Overall, they didn’t disappoint. They’ve got really good sound, amazing ANC and I think they’re a better design than previous models too. If you’ve got the money I highly recommend these.

  17. Chuck Bosch

    I’m unashamedly an Apple fan, having had many products over several years. I recently upgraded to an iPhone 11 Pro Max and then the new AirPods Pro’s came out. I love to listen to music and have some over ears Bowers & Wilkins headphones. I’m 60 now and admittedly my ears aren’t what they were. I also get very itchy in my left ear. Anyway I wanted some good quality earphones as these tend to deliver best sound, probably because they are placed in the ear. I’m sick of cables and having to walk around with iPhone attached. So, I researched Sony and Sennheiser equivalents but decided that AirPods would probably work better with all my other Apple kit. I couldn’t be happier. They sound really great. I did the test re ear buds fit and ended up using the larger ones. Noise cancelling is magnificent. Last night my wife watched tv whilst I listened to my music. She wasn’t disturbed by me and I could only hear the environment very slightly, between tracks or at quieter passages of music. And I could get up and move as not attached to anything. If you are considering these, don’t hesitate. Magnificent.

  18. Christian Gazgoth

    I was able to get a hold of a set of these on their release day on 31/10/2019Fitting: These are definately a better fit than previous Airpods. The stem is shorter and the new silicon tips are excellent at fitting nicely in the ear. Because of this they seem to be less intrusive and they certainly feel more secure in the gym. I have been to the gym for an hour every day since I got these and I have had no issues with sweat or them popping out and I tend to use the elliptical trainer so for me … thats a big plus.Operation: Again one of the big tests for any bluetooth connectivity is walking through one of the main London train stations …. there are literally thousands of headphones, phone, computers and other gadgets swamping the bluetooth frequencies and a lot of even really good headsets break down causing unwanted pauses or gaps in music tracks … not here … perfect synch and no problems with interference.The new method of control on these is to squeeze the stems. Remember I said the stems were shorter? wel this is the first negative aspects I came across. The squeezing of the stems is a bit fiddly at first and that’s standing still … i’m going to be honest and say if you do anything active like rowing, cycling, jogging … you’re probably going to have to stop and make any adjustments.However one of the great new features of these Airpods is the new ear check sound feature. Basically on an app on your phone you send a bust of music to the airpods and they analyse the acoustics of your ear and then tell you if you have the best fit … so you can change the silicon tips until you get no only what feels good to you but what the app says is the best fit. Now thats pretty slick … but you’ll probably only ever use it once … after all your ear probably won’t change shape.Features: Well the obvious goto is the Noise Cancelling …. Is it any good. Yes. Good enough at this price, probably not as good as some of the pricier headsets and buds by Bose but good enough. They also have that nice feature where you can squeeze the leg and the music drops so you can hear what people are saying to you without having to remove the Airpod. Battery life is good as well. 5 hours say Apple. Yup that’s fair. 19 more from the case. Again I seem to get values similar to that. I think there are a number of earbuds (Cambridge … Melomania?) that have longer play times but I can’t see me needing more than 24 hours … you have to sleep so re-charge them then.MUSIC QUALITY: So here’s the big question … Are they good enough at this price? Well I have to say YES. If you have read my other reviews you know I test B&W, M&G, B&O, Bose, Shure, even Grado. and these deserve their place right up there. That eartip test and the new improved chip from apple (according to the blurb) really do make these exceptional. The bass is really nice and smooth and not harsh and banging like you get from some earbuds that just try to overwhelm you using your ear duct. The detail is great as well… nothing is lost. These are just as good as a 2-300 quid pair of over the ear headphones.Verdict: I really do like these … I’m a little bit nervous because they are lighter than most buds and you really do forget you’re wearing them and although I know they are really secure after bouncing about all over the place they still make me nervous they’ll fall out. I don’t want to imagine losing a bud and having to replace these at this price. However as each day passes I enjoy them more and trust their fit. I think these are going to be a big hit and they are definately a mojor improvement

  19. Hitz

    I would have thought Apple might have created something better.Sound? is ok, but not excellent.Ease to use? Too complicatedBattery? Better then it’s predecessor, but not great.Value for money? Overpriced I think.Would I recommend it? Maybe not.

  20. Hitz

    I would have thought Apple might have created something better.Sound? is ok, but not excellent.Ease to use? Too complicatedBattery? Better then it’s predecessor, but not great.Value for money? Overpriced I think.Would I recommend it? Maybe not.