The First Headset AirPods Max of Apple Is Released at a Price of 4,399 Yuan
Apple officially released the first headset AirPods Max tonight. The headset adopts moving coil unit, and supports active noise reduction. It has a transparent mode and adaptive equalization function, and supports the spatial audio of iOS 14 system. AirPods Max has five colors: silver, deep gray, sky blue, pink and green. The top of the earmuffs can be engraved. The selling price is 4399 yuan, and the estimated delivery date is between 5weeks and 6 weeks. The delivery date of AirPods Max with different colors is different.
The head beam of AirPods Max adopts a stainless steel bracket. There is breathable fabric inside. The earmuffs are made of anodized aluminum, and the earmuffs on both sides can rotate freely. The outer layer of the ear pad is made of special mesh fabric, and there is memory cotton inside.
Optical sensors, wearing position sensors, earphone cover sensors, acceleration sensors and a gyroscope (the left earmuff) are in the headset. The main control chip is Apple H1. There are eight microphones, which are used for active noise reduction. Three microphones are used during the call. One of them is used for voice pickup, and the other two microphones are used for active noise reduction.
The usage of AirPods Max is the same as that of Apple Watch. The digital knob can adjust volume and switch music and answer calls as well as activate Siri. There is also a noise control button on the top of the earmuffs, which can switch between active noise reduction and transparent mode when pressed slightly.
In terms of battery life, the endurance of AirPods Max is about 20 hours when active noise reduction is turned on. It supports fast charging. The endurance is 1.5 hours after it is charged for 5 minutes. There is an intelligent earmuff in the package, which can make the headset in a low power consumption status. A Lightning-to-USB-C cable is attached in it.
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