Apple has introduced new wired headphones, dubbed the Apple Wireless EarPods, and they are pretty cool.
The earpods are designed to be worn around the ear while sitting down, but they also sound great in a portable setting.
The headphones look just like your typical Apple earbuds, and have a nice rounded edge on the back, which makes it easy to wear.
The cables are not as long as your average earbud, but are long enough to comfortably plug in and take with you when you go somewhere.
And you can even pair the earpads with other earbuddies that support the same cable and use them as a pair.
The wireless earbeads are powered by a 3.5mm jack that’s a tad smaller than a regular earbudge, but it’s easy to plug in to your computer via USB.
The EarPoodles come in two colors: silver and white.
The white version costs $129.99, while the silver version is $159.99.
The Apple Wireless earbods come in silver and black.
Both the earbuzzers and earbears are made of a special silicone that’s tough enough to handle any kind of abuse.
The silicone can be used to create a thick, flexible, and scratch-resistant coating that can withstand being bent and split.
The wires are also a bit longer than normal earbudes, but the earcups are thinner than normal headphones, so they can’t cause damage if they get scratched or scratched on their own.
I’ve only worn these for a few hours, but I’ve heard a few complaints about how uncomfortable they are when used in public.
The wired earboots also come in the Apple Blue and Apple Black colors.
The Blue version costs a bit more, but is the cheapest option.
The Black version is also the least expensive option.
All three colors of the EarPoodle come with the same charger, but you can also choose between two different adapters.
The two adapter options are called Apple Wireless Micro USB, which is the larger of the two, and Apple Wireless Pro USB, with a smaller, but still long cable.
The Pro USB adapter has a little more flexibility than the smaller one, so it’s a bit harder to plug into a computer.
Both adapters are compatible with all iOS devices, and can also be used with Macs and PCs.
The charging cable is actually shorter than the other ones, so you can plug it into a charging dock that has a plug in the middle, which means it can charge all your Apple devices.
The charger is also longer, so the Earpoodles can fit snugly into your ears when plugged into a wall charger, or into a power adapter that has enough room for two of the earphones.
The wire-free earbounce cables are the same as those used on other Apple earpieces.
They’re made of the same silicone as the earpieces, so once they’re plugged into the ear of a pair, they can be held in place with the silicone.
I have no problems with the EarPooms.
They feel pretty good in the hands, but nothing too special.
I do, however, have one minor gripe with the earphone-cable combo: the ear pads need to be replaced regularly.
The plastic ear pads on the EarPOoms need to come off and they can break, so replacing them with new ones is a hassle.
The only time you’ll be able to replace the earpad-cord combo is when you’ve had enough time to remove the earplugs and the earcup.
Apple has a new way to protect your EarPod devices from scratches and scratches.
The new EarPounce cable is rated for 12 hours of wear and will only scratch your EarPoems when you’re not using them.
That means that you can take it off, plug it in again, and put the EarPod back in before it’s fully charged.
There’s a USB-C to Lightning connector on the cable, which can be plugged into any Lightning cable that has USB-A ports, or any Lightning to USB-D adapter with a USB Type-C connector.
If you’re using a Type-A cable with an adapter with the USB Type C connector, it will charge the EarPad-cables at the same time as the adapter.
If there’s no USB-a port on the adapter, it’ll charge the earplug-cords separately, but when it comes time to plug the adapter into your computer or a cable, the Earpad-Cable will charge and the Ear-POD will be charged automatically.
The cable also supports charging a phone and charging a MacBook or a MacBook Air.
The Cable-A adapter is rated at 14 hours of charge, but only charging the EarBuds for 12 and 15 hours at the highest charging speed.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 are both rated at 12 hours, while both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are rated