Apple has confirmed two rumors this week. The one who assured that from Cupertino they will surprise us with another launch before the end of this 2020 and that one of them would be the AirPods Max
Thus, this morning the company announced through a press release the availability of the long-awaited headphones with a headband, AirPods Max with the powerful H1 chip and with the highest price of its line.
Apple presents its long-awaited on-ear headphones
As you can see on Apple’s official site, the AirPods Max are now available to pre-order for 629 euros with the possibility of shipping from December 15.
Considering the value of the headphones, Apple has placed emphasis on describing in detail each of the features that support this price. Thus, it highlights aspects such as “a 40mm Apple-designed dynamic driver It provides deep, rich bass, accurate midrange, and crisp, clean high-frequency extension so every note can be heard. “
In terms of design, Apple describes features such as the quality of the ear pads “Carefully designed to provide exceptional acoustic performance for every user.” And both the mesh canopy and headband frame to provide strength, flexibility and comfort for a wide variety of head shapes and sizes.
Other features include:
- Adaptive equalizer.
- Active noise cancellation.
- Transparency mode.
- Spatial audio.
- Automatic device change.
- Share audio.
- Charge through Lightning.
Despite its recent launch, the company has also appeared high expectations with this product: According to Greg Joswiak, Apple Vice President of Marketing for AirPods Max:
“AirPods are the world’s most popular headphones, loved for their effortless setup, incredible sound quality, and iconic design. With AirPods Max, we bring that magical AirPods experience to a stunning over-ear design with high fidelity audio »
AirPods Max are available in five colors: space gray, silver, sky blue, green and pink. They include a Smart Case It puts the headphones in an “ultra-low power state that helps preserve battery power when not in use.”