Whether you’re burning the midnight oil at home or squeezing in a sweat sesh in between Zoom calls, one thing’s for sure: a quality pair of headphones can be the saving grace of your home life—especially if you’re living with roommates. Chances are that after using the same pair for so long, they’re getting a bit grimy. Maybe only one ear works at this point, or you simply want to upgrade because you just feel like it.
If so, today is your day. Amazon is slashing the price of a bunch of Apple headphones and accessories. Though there are currently great deals on Apple’s AirPods and wired EarPods, we personally have our eyes set on the Apple AirPods Pro deal.
You probably already know that Apple’s AirPods are some of the most sought-after headphones around. The AirPods Pro still feature the sleek design, iconic Siri technology, and seamless Bluetooth pairing that the OG AirPods had, but the Pro features some upgrades that make it a no-brainer if you’re in the market for some new earbuds—especially now.
Decked out with active noise-canceling technology, the AirPods Pro allow you to listen to your favorite playlist or podcast in peace and quiet (which comes in handy if you’re still working from home with a noisy roommate). Or, if you want to keep your ears open as you’re running outdoors, there’s a transparency mode that allows you to tune into the sounds of the people or traffic surrounding your environment. Not only does this pair have a 24-hour battery life that makes it perfect for long road trips, it’s also water-resistant to take you through your sweatiest summer workouts.
Normally, Apple’s AirPods Pro cost $249; however, Amazon’s slashing $52 off the asking price. According to an Amazon price tracking platform called CamelCamelCamel, these buds haven’t been this cheap in months. So, if you’re looking to up your earbud game on a budget or are looking for a gift to buy the graduate in your life, now is the time to buy.
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