Amazon is currently offering the popular wireless headphones from Apple for $144.99, which is about $15 off the normal going rate. We don't see many discounts (outside of Costco's recurring one) for these truly wireless headphones from Apple, so if you have been looking for a set, this is a deal you won't want to miss out on.
Don't forget, just because Apple makes the headphones doesn't mean that they don't work beautifully with Android devices. I've been using my AirPods with various Android devices since I got them, including my LG G6, BlackBerry KEYone, Essential Phone, and more. The experience is flawless, and the comfort and convenience greatly outweigh any silliness that you may think that they add to your ears visually.
The AirPods are powered by the W1 Bluetooth chip, which means they connect easily and have improved sound over Bluetooth. They're ready to use with Apple devices out of the box. They can detect when you put them in your ears and immediately start working. You can double tap to access Siri. No wonder they've been in such high demand.
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