Apple AirPods (2019) review

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Amazon's team is working to create better sound quality in the company's earbuds, according to the report. Find out in this comparison. Now, Beats' Powerbeats Pro wireless earphones are finally ready to meet the world.

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In order to support two-way wireless charging, Kuo says that all three new iPhones will also get bigger batteries. As Guilherme Rambo reported for 9to5Mac last week, iOS 12.2 includes hidden images of the Powerbeats Pro headphones.

The earbuds don't have a power button. And they support "Hey Siri" through the always-on listening feature on the iPhone.

Powerbeats Pro are 23 percent smaller than their predecessor and 17 percent lighter. Then, I actually listened to music through the Powerbeats Pro. They have an earhook design that rests over your outer ear and use silicone eartips for a more secure fit.

Audio-wise, Beats say they've improved the sound.

So, who should get AirPods 2?

Thanks to Bluetooth 5 in the H1 chipset, you get the same kind of quick pairing and switching, solid connection, and extended range as AirPods. A slight 10-minute bump in charging time brings the earbuds to 4.5 hours of playback. Analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has revealed that the 2019 iPhones will come with "two-way" charging or better known as reverse wireless charging.

Powerbeats Pro is nearly everything the $199 AirPods isn't - it's more colorful, more comfortable, has a bigger battery, and probably better sound. That said, at $250, the Powerbeats Pros are pricey compared to competing third-party products, so it's worth considering other available options before purchasing the Pros.

The headline news is that they feature Apple's H1 chip, the processor that features in the latest version of the Apple AirPods (2019). It is supposed to be sweat and water resistant.