The new AirPods Pro 2 will be arriving to customers and at Apple retail stores on September 23, along with Apple Watch Ultra.
Ahead of the official launch, a lucky customer received his order early and share an unboxing video on YouTube.
Like iPhone 14, the new AirPods Pro 2 box does not have a plastic wrap
After the announcement of the new products at the September 7 Keynote, Apple invited select attendees and media to the Steve Jobs Theater to get hands-on time with the next-generation iPhone, Apple Watch, and headphones models.
So by now, a lot of customers know the design of the AirPods Pro 2. Having said that the new unboxing video shared by @FERNANDO PINTO reveals the packing of the new wireless earbuds and offers little unboxing therapy.
For environmental reasons, Apple removed the plastic wrapping from iPhone boxes and the company has done the same for new headphones too. The box has the same white exterior with AirPods embossed on the lid and serial number and other information printed on the side and the back.
YouTuber removed two stickers to open the box which included documentation, the earbuds in the charging case, ear tips, and the charging cable.
Right out of the wrapping, the charging case had some power to be paired with an iPhone. To my surprise, the case’s size did not appear to be different than the original AirPods Pro and the lanyard loop was not as noticeable.
We will have proper reviews of the AirPods Pro 2 in a few days to know how it performs in real-world settings.
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