AirPods 3 now supports spatial audio features

AirPods 3 now supports spatial audio features

Apple launches AirPods 3 with a design adapted from AirPods Pro and spatial audio technology by default.

Apple Unleashed reveals AirPods the third generation with features that set them apart from their predecessors. Presented by Susmita Dutta, a representative from Apple, the latest AirPods are equipped with spatial audio technology enabled by default and a display that adapts the AirPods Pro.

Apple includes a new low distortion driver that will help handle both high-end and low-end sounds when it comes to sound quality. As per reports, AirPods 3 will work with real-time audio tuning.

In addition, these earbuds also have a new resistance to sweat and water. Battery life can last up to 6 hours. 5 minutes of charging can give the user one hour of full use. AirPods cases that support wireless charging can provide 4x full charge to AirPods 3.

AirPods 3 will go on sale on October 25, but customers can already pre-order it since launch. The price is set at USD 179. 

On the other hand, Apple is also introducing a new subscription for Apple Music called the Voice Plan. This plan is priced at USD 4.99 per month and is made for use by voice customers with Siri. One person can only use plans across all Apple devices in different countries.

In addition to the AirPods 3, Apple also announced the latest generation of MacBooks that come with two new Apple chips, namely the M1 Pro and M1 Max. Both have higher performance than the M1 launched last year and screens with thinner notch and bezels.

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