Apple shows off AirPods Pro’s strong fit in a new video, ‘Jump’. In the 2 minutes video, the Cupertino tech giant is proving that the in-ear headphones can be worn comfortably by users during active physical activities like running, jumping, skipping, and more.
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AirPods are Apple’s high-end model of the in-ear headphones line-up. The smaller earbuds with active noise cancellation and Transparency mode come with three sizes of silicon tips for users to choose the one which fits the best.
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Apple new ‘Jump’ video shows off AirPods Pro’s fit for an active use
The new promotional video uploaded on the tech giant’s YouTube channel shows a lively scene in the busy streets of a metropolis, where a young hip-hopper enjoys the musical beat of the song “Fallin’ Apart (Feat. Denzel Curry & Pell)” by Young Franco on his AirPods Pro on active noise cancellation mode.
He twists, turns, hops, jumps, skips, and does a lot of more dancing and the earbuds don’t fall out of his ears. The dancer seamlessly switched from noise cancellation to Transparency mode to hear surrounding sounds while listening to music.
AirPods Pro are the only in-ear headphones with Active Noise Cancellation that continuously adapts to the geometry of your ear and the fit of the ear tips — blocking out the world so you can focus on what you’re listening to.
An outward-facing microphone detects external sound. AirPods Pro then counter it with equal anti-noise, cancelling the external sound before you hear it. Noise cancellation is continuously adjusted at 200 times per second for truly immersive sound, so you’re fully tuned in to your music, podcasts, and calls.
Want to hear what’s happening around you? Just press and hold the force sensor on the stem to move between Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode — which lets outside sound in, and allows things to sound and feel natural when you’re talking to people nearby.
Apple promotes its products and service with new ads released on its social media. Recently, the company introduced a new iPhone 12 video ‘Cook’ to showcase the durability of the new smartphone.