Get Apple AirPods Pro for $70 Off

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The price of Apple’s pro earbuds continues to get lower and lower. The price is now even lower than “the lowest” price from two months ago. You can get the Apple AirPods Pro for $70 off. If you have been considering getting an off-brand to save some money, you may want to consider opting for the Apple earbuds. Sure, they may still be more expensive than most others, but if you place emphasis on great sound, they’re worth it.

The Apple earbuds ship with three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips to provide a perfect fit and to keep them comfortable in your ears no matter what you’re doing. You don’t need to worry about wearing them when working out or being caught in the rain, as they are sweat- and water-resistant.

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The Apple AirPods Pro are easy to set up and use with all Apple devices. Use the famous wake words “Hey Siri” to easily access Apple’s voice assistant to turn your music up, call home, etc. When AirPods need to be charged, just drop them in the wireless charging case, giving you more than 24 hours of battery life altogether, lasting you throughout your day, certainly, and perhaps even more, depending on your usage.

Immersive sound with active noise cancellation is included to block everything and everyone else out, whether you’re at home, work, the gym, or taking public transportation. The adaptive EQ will automatically tune music to the shape of your ear. Alternatively, you can use the AirPods in transparency mode so that you can hear and connect with the world around you. This will help to ease the concern of jogging or walking or being at home with your children while wearing the AirPods. In both cases, you still need to know what’s going on.

Take $70 off the price of these Apple earbuds and pay just $179.

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Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site's sponsored review program.

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