Realme introduced the Buds Air 3S headphones, which came out under the slogan “Born for Bass”. Apparently, the nature of the sound of new items should be appropriate.
Headphones were priced at just $31. At the same time, there are 11 mm drivers, support for Dolby Atmos, four microphones for noise reduction during calls (we are not talking about active noise reduction), a reduced latency mode (up to 69 ms), moisture protection (IPx5), autonomy up to seven hours and the latest Bluetooth 5.3.
In addition, it is worth noting the unusual design of both the headphones themselves and the case. Of course, Nothing is far from headphones, but still the Buds Air 3S look more unusual than most headphones in this class.
From the rest, you can highlight fast charging (10 minutes is enough to work for five hours), as well as the ability to connect to two sources. The list of supported codecs includes AAC and SBC.
AirPods Pro 2 loses exclusive feature: adaptive transparency mode appeared in AirPods Max
Last week, in iOS 16.1 Beta, it was revealed that the adaptive transparency mode introduced in the second-generation AirPods Pro headset has become available for the original AirPods Pro. Now, users have confirmed that the adaptive transparency mode also works with AirPods Max headphones.
Apple AirPods Max with the latest firmware 5A304a have received an adaptive transparency toggle in AirPods Max settings in both iOS 16.1 beta and iPadOS 16.1, according to MacRumors.
AirPods Pro 2 are powered by the new H2 chip and offer longer battery life, a new charging case and a new earbud size to better fit the wearer’s ear shape. Users can charge AirPods Pro using the Apple Watch charger, Qi-certified charger, and MagSafe.
The adaptive transparency mode can significantly reduce the intensity of loud sounds such as whistles, sirens, or power tools, while still allowing users to hear ambient sound well. Apple claimed that it was the H2 chip that provided the adaptive transparency mode.
Apple iOS 16.1 also adds a battery percentage for more iPhone models such as the iPhone 11 and iPhone 13 mini.
How long do you have to wait for iPhone 14, Apple Watch Ultra and AirPods Pro 2 after ordering. Demand for the iPhone 14 Plus is gradually growing
According to the latest data from JPMorgan, the average delivery times for the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphones in all regions were 2 days, 33 days, and 40 days, respectively.
Compared to the iPhone 13, the iPhone 14 has a shorter lead time, the iPhone 14 Pro is “in line with demand or even slightly lower,” and the iPhone 14 Pro Max demand and lead times remain the highest.
In the US, the iPhone 14 has a stable lead time of 4 days, and the iPhone 14 Plus will still be available on launch day. In comparison, lead times for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini were 14 and 20 days, respectively, the same time after launch. Delivery times for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have slightly increased to 32 and 39 days, respectively.
Delivery times for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max in China have increased to 36 and 43 days, respectively. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 delivery time was 2 days compared to 4 days a week ago, and the iPhone 14 Plus delivery time has increased from October 7 to October 18-20. That is, as the release date approaches, the demand for a smartphone is growing.
In Germany and the UK, the iPhone 14 will ship the next day, while the iPhone 14 Plus is scheduled to ship to customers on the day it goes on sale, October 7th.
The delivery time for Apple Watch Ultra is 26 days, for Apple Watch Series 8 you have to wait 16 days, for Apple Watch SE 2 delivery time has been reduced from 8 to 6 days. AirPods Pro 2 ships around the world in about 4 days, with the exception of China, where the delivery time for the earbuds has been extended from 4 days to 11 days.
Sony believes that PlayStation VR2 will be more popular than its predecessor: by March, the company will release 2 million headsets
According to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with Sony’s plans, the Japanese company plans to produce 2 million PlayStation VR2 headsets by March next year.
Mass production of the new VR headset began in September, with Sony facing no supply chain restrictions. After the release of the device early next year, production numbers are likely to be adjusted based on sales dynamics.
According to Sony’s own forecast, the PlayStation VR2 headset will be more popular than the PlayStation VR generation, which took eight months to reach 1 million units sold. The Quest 2 is currently the most popular VR headset, with 2.8 million units sold in the first quarter, according to IDC.
Sony has not yet announced the official release price of the PS VR2. According to sources, Sony is currently planning to start selling the headset in early 2023. It is worth noting that PS VR2 can only be used with the PlayStation 5 game console.
A spokesman for Sony Interactive Entertainment declined to comment.
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