While everyone was talking about the iPhone 15, Apple quickly announced new updates for AirPods Pro 2 and we got to test them.
Yes, we're all excited about the launch of the iPhone 15 this week and a new Apple Watch and Apple Watch Ultra, but what people may have missed is Apple's quick announcement about AirPods Pro updates. There's a new model... a little less . Something similar to. What's interesting, though, are the new features that anyone with the second-generation AirPods Pro can use, features that I've been testing out over the past few days.
We tested the new features of the AirPods Pro
Adaptive audioThis new feature is the middle ground between active noise cancellation and transparency. Let's say you are walking through the busy and noisy streets of Hong Kong. Full transparency mode might drown out all your music, but noise cancellation drowns out much of your surroundings and you may not notice what's going on around you. Adaptive audio helps you stay aware of your surroundings by avoiding loud noises, such as: B. to drown out road construction noise.
After a few days of use, the function works very well. At first glance, it almost looks like the noise cancellation is on, but it's smart that it still lets you enjoy the music and hear what's going on around you. This is really useful, especially when walking along sidewalks in Hong Kong which, to our dismay, are often used by cars.