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Aonic Free – Shure’s first true wireless headphones

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Shure has introduced the Aonic Free earbuds, the brand’s first true wireless sound (or TWS) earbuds. They are said to deliver the same “unrivaled studio-quality sound that artists, audiophiles, passengers, technophiles and audiophiles have come to rely on” in other models in the Aonic line. The advantages of the Aonic Free also include a large autonomy with a small size and weight.

The earbuds use advanced sound isolation technology to block out most of the ambient noise. If the user needs to hear the surroundings, he can activate the corresponding mode with one press of a button, and the sound from the microphones will begin to flow into the headphones.

Up to seven hours of use on a single charge. The earbuds can be fully charged twice using the built-in mobile charger for a total battery life of 21 hours. The fast charge function provides one hour of play after 15 minutes in the case.

The earbuds can be used as a headset for voice communications, with a beamforming array of microphones with digital signal processing delivering “crystal clear” voice while reducing the effects of noise.

Aonic Free - Shure's first true wireless headphones

You can adjust the volume, control playback and calls with a single tap on the left or right earbud. The buttons can be customized in the ShurePlus Play app for iOS and Android, which also includes a player and customizable equalizer. The earbuds support Bluetooth 5 and multiple audio codecs including aptX, AAC, and SBC.

The earbuds are available in Graphite Gray for $ 199.

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This is how transparent Apple AirPods and Apple charger look like. Live photos published

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Apple prototype collector Giulio Zompetti shared photos of Apple AirPods transparent fully wireless earbuds and a branded 29W charger.

In the photo we see Apple AirPods of the first or second generation in a transparent plastic case, which demonstrates what is hidden inside the device. No details, but the source suggests that this is an engineering prototype used for internal testing.

The charger in the photo also has a transparent case. The company offered a 29W power adapter with a 12-inch MacBook, but the charger was discontinued and replaced with a 30W power adapter.

Giulio Zompetti previously shared photos of various devices, including the Apple Watch Series 3 smartwatch with additional connectors, the original iPad with two 30-pin ports, the prototype iPhone 12 Pro and third generation iPod Touch with an additional connector and camera, and a working charger. an AirPower station that never went on sale.

This AirPods prototype resembles the fully wireless Nothing Ear (1), which has a transparent design. The device was launched earlier this year by a company led by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei.

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iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, MacBook, AirPods and other Apple appliances have risen in price by 25% after the dramatic collapse of the national currency in Turkey

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Apple has resumed sales of its products in Turkey just days after all sales ceased due to the collapse of the Turkish lira against the US dollar and rising economic concerns.

A couple of days before that, Apple stopped its products in the country: iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, MacBook, AirPods could not be bought even in large shopping centers. The Turkish lira plummeted 20% on Tuesday after President Erdogan said he supported a key rate cut amid rising inflation.

Due to the exchange rate of the lira, Apple products were cheaper in Turkey than in the US, so the Cupertino-based company abruptly stopped sales, and after the resumption of trade, it turned out that prices had skyrocketed by 25%.

Since the beginning of November, the Turkish national currency has depreciated by 26.6%, and since the beginning of the year – by 43%.

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For black lovers. Fancy Nothing ear (1) headphones coming soon in this color

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Nothing ear (1) headphones have become some of the most unusual headphones on the market due to their design, and in general have been warmly received by thematic resources. But so far they are only available in white. This may change soon.

The well-known insider Evan Blass, who constantly shares various information about smartphones and other devices, and this information is often later confirmed, published the first photo of Nothing ear (1) in black.

The design of the device, of course, has not changed in any way, but in black the partially transparent headphones look noticeably different. Unfortunately, it is not yet known when such headphones will enter the market, but the manufacturer may well try to have time to release them before the Christmas sales season.

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