Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) Wireless Ear Buds, Bluetooth Headphones with Lightning Charging Case Included, Over 24 Hours of Battery Life, Effortless Setup for iPhone

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  • HIGH-QUALITY SOUND — Powered by the Apple H1 headphone chip, AirPods (2nd generation) deliver rich, vivid sound.
  • EFFORTLESS SETUP — After a simple one-tap setup, AirPods are automatically on and always connected. They sense when they’re in your ears and pause when you take them out. And sound seamlessly switches between your iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, iPad, and Apple TV.
  • VOICE CONTROL WITH SIRI — Just say “Hey Siri” for assistance without having to reach for your iPhone.
  • 24-HOUR BATTERY LIFE — More than 24 hours total listening time with the Charging Case.
  • AUDIO SHARING — Easily share audio between two sets of AirPods on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple TV.
  • LEGAL DISCLAIMERS — This is a summary of the main product features. See “Additional information” to learn more.
Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) Wireless Ear Buds, Bluetooth Headphones with Lightning Charging Case Included, Over 24 Hours of Battery Life, Effortless Setup for iPhone
Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) Wireless Ear Buds, Bluetooth Headphones with Lightning Charging Case Included, Over 24 Hours of Battery Life, Effortless Setup for iPhone

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Specification: Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) Wireless Ear Buds, Bluetooth Headphones with Lightning Charging Case Included, Over 24 Hours of Battery Life, Effortless Setup for iPhone

Product Dimensions

‎0.65 x 0.71 x 1.59 inches

Item Weight

‎3.5 Ounces



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‎2 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎March 20, 2019


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6 reviews for Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) Wireless Ear Buds, Bluetooth Headphones with Lightning Charging Case Included, Over 24 Hours of Battery Life, Effortless Setup for iPhone

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  1. James M.

    Taking the Apple AirPods at face value, they’re a solid headset for the money! If you already have the original, first generation AirPods and just want to upgrade, not a bad option either. The 2nd generation AirPods feature an improved software chip & runs off of BlueTooth 5.0 vs 4.1 (Gen 1). The software chip allows a faster, stronger, and more stable connection with your device(s). This particular item for $139.00 does NOT feature the wireless charging case. This one must be plugged in via USB (cable provided in the box) to an outlet or USB port. The wireless charging case model is $169. Now if you’re looking to upgrade to the wireless charging case later on, you can. Apple does sell it separately. If you want the wireless charging option right out of the box, I recommend sending the $169 vs the $139 product here.

    Sound quality: Straight out of the box, sound is pretty solid. No crackles, static, pops, or any abnormal noises created by the more economic-friendly headsets. You have a lot more adjustability & tuning capabilities if paired on an iOS/Apple device vs using for example paired with an Android OS device. So, ultimately Apple users may or may not get a better sound quality experience.

    Noise cancellation: AirPods do fit fairly well in the ear without having to be jammed inside your ear canal. Generally they create a snug fit using Apple’s “universal” earphone design, it is one size fits most not one size fits all. Some users have upgraded or opted to spend the additional funds on a set of AirPods Pro due to the rubber tips for a better/snug fit. I believe only the AirPods Pro currently has an active noise cancellation utilizing two microphones but I would double-check Apple for accurate information. Also, for Android users. The Galaxy buds by Samsung feature active noise cancellation & wireless charging case on every model so you might want to look into that product before making a final purchase.

    Battery life: For optimal battery life, I highly recommend charging both AirPods inside the case. The case itself is a battery pack with a life. So if one or both AirPods are low on battery, you can toss them in the case and charge them up. Apple I believe rates 5 minutes of charging time is equivalent to 1 hour of talk/listening time and 15 minutes of charging time is equivalent to 2 hours of talk/listening. I’m sure this is accurate when they’re brand new but I’m sure like anything, normal ware & tare might diminish that over time.

    Warranty: Apple provides a 1-year standard manufacturer’s warranty on this product. This ONLY covers defects/defaults from the manufacturer. This will NOT cover physical and/or liquid damages to AirPods, case, or charging cable included.

    AppleCare: It’s $29.00 and 2 years and well worth the extra money. You’re already spending this kind of money on a headset, may as well have protection. We get it, accidents happen! But protect yourself and get your AirPods repaired/replaced at no additional cost to YOU! There is no additional fees or deductibles involved.

    AppleCare tips:
    You don’t have to install AppleCare right away. You have 60 days from the original purchase date to contact Apple by providing your AirPods serial number (on outside of the box) and Apple will tell you if you’re still eligible.

    You can renew AppleCare for another 2 years for the same fee of $29.00 provided you want to keep the same product. If you decide to upgrade to the AirPods Pro or whatever the latest model is, you would have to purchase AppleCare for that specific product.

    You can go into an Apple store location and get live repair/replacement on your AirPods.

    Using AirPods with Android:

    Apple has allowed Android and other non-iOS devices to use AirPods since the AirPods pair/connect via BlueTooth.

    If you’re using AirPods on an Android platform such as Samsung or LG for example there’s 2 ways to pair the headset to your device. You either turn on BlueTooth on your device, pop both AirPods inside your ear, find “AirPods” under available connections, and connect. Or you might have to pair manually using the button on the AirPods case to make available, pair, and connect.


    You will NOT have access to all features that the AirPods have to offer on an Apple/iOS device. You will be limited on functions you can perform.

    I was able to find an app on Google play store for $1.99 called “AirPopUp”. It is a paid application that unlock access to certain/more features of the AirPods similar to what an Apple/iOS device would be granted. Be aware that you will NOT have access nor the ability to have every single feature since you’re not on Apple’s network. There may be other apps (most likely paid applications) you’d have to find that may unlock more features such as: AirPods battery life percentage, case battery life percentage, programming LEFT & RIGHT AirPods for certain function(s), skipping/pausing/resetting songs, answer/decline/hang up phone calls, find my AirPods, and more.

    For Samsung users specifically, you might want to look into the Galaxy Buds. They’re a little cheaper than AirPods, I believe Amazon has them for $109.99 + $22 3-Year insurance through Assurion that does cover physical/liquid/accidental damage just like AirPods.

    Galaxy Buds features:
    Made by Samsung
    Audio powered by AKG
    Rubber ear bud tips
    Pair with Samsung device to get the most
    Wireless charging case
    Active noise cancellation
    Comes in multiple colors (black/white/silver/yellow/red & black combo with Star Wars edition Galaxy Note 10+)
    Includes changing cord and replacement rubber earbud tips.

    I know if you pair the Galaxy Buds with a Samsung device it will automatically download an application titled “Galaxy Wearable”. This allows users to check battery life status of the case and each bud, prompts you for software updates, ability to program LEFT & RIGHT earbuds to do certain function(s), answer/decline/hang up phone calls, pause/skip/reset songs.

    Apple may charge a lot of money for their products on accessories but they never fall short of being a revolutionary, well-designed, reliable product that works as advertised.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I owned a pair of AirPods that I in 2020. They were fantastic, but failed after 4 years of use. I used them primarily to listen to TV at night. After 4 years of use the right one would quit after about an hour of use. I decided to investigate replacing them with alternatives. I ordered a cheap pair that had an ear hook to secure them to your ear. They didn’t fit well in my ears and sounded horrible. I tried 2 different JBL earbuds. The sound was good, but they didn’t fit my ears. I tried AirPods Pro, the sound was fantastic, but they didn’t fit securely in my ears. Then I tried PowerBeats Pro. They fit securely in my ears, but the sound was tinny, not bold and had minimal bass tones. I ended up going back to AirPods Gen 2. They are fantastic!, great sound quality, lots of bass and bold sound. They fit nicely in my ears and don’t fall out. The price is reasonable too, half the price of AirPods Pro & PowerBeats Pro.

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  3. MIKE

    I’ve used newer generation AirPods, and these are good for if I’m on a budget.

    Because of the cost I was able to gift these to my girlfriend who never had AirPods at absolutely loves these.

    There are plenty of things that you can do while wearing the AirPods including answer the call, hang up and even mute, so it’s great that these have a lot of different features. Other simply don’t

    I do like how they fit in your ear and personally I’ve had these before as well and they do stay put pretty well

    I will say that when my girlfriend is wearing the AirPods and we’re speaking on the phone that her voice and the sound is lower than if she was on speaker even though my volume is up all the way she sometimes still comes in at a lower volume.

    I will say that it’s super convenient to have a chargeable case where you can charge the AirPods without having to plug anything in and then charge the case either with or without the AirPods as needed.

    These are good quality and I know because I’ve owned them and use them that they lasted for me at least Few years

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  4. Amazon Customer

    I really like the Air Pods and they are working extremely well. They give me the freedom to take walks and move around while using my IPhone. Sound is clear and very good. Able to make calls via Siri with my IPhone in my pocket. Works great.

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  5. Charles D. White

    I purchased the 2nd gen air pods because they were at a big discount. My 1st gen air pods had started to fail and were over 5 years old. The 2nd gen air pods have a great battery life. I would recommend that when you get them. Charge them for at least 24 hours to get a good full charge your first time. I have not tested out the life of the battery. I am sure that if I take good care of them. They will last as long as my 1gen… if not longer. Sound quality is good. I feel that I can’t get as loud on the 2nd gen as I could on my old 1st gen. That could be my limited time with them. its been a week. I can’t speak for the noise cancellation. I only use my air pods when I am not distracted and in quite areas. They feel good in my hands and in my ears. Very good build quality. If you have air pods and they need to be replaced. I would recommend the 2nd gen just on the price alone. shipping and handling was under 80 bucks.

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  6. Imran Siam

    I’ve been using the Apple AirPods 2nd Generation for over a year now, and they’ve been fantastic. Setting them up with my Apple devices was super easy, and they connect automatically every time I use them.

    The sound quality is great for everyday listening, and they’re comfortable to wear for long periods. I’ve been impressed with how well they’ve held up over time, both in terms of build quality and battery life. The charging case is handy and keeps them powered up when I’m on the move.

    Even though they don’t have all the fancy features like noise cancellation, they still deliver a solid wireless experience. Plus, they work seamlessly with Siri for hands-free control.

    Overall, if you’re looking for reliable wireless earbuds that are easy to use and offer good sound quality, the AirPods 2nd Generation are a solid choice.

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