The best early Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals on Apple AirPods

Amazon has every model of Apple AirPods on sale, from the budget-minded, second-generation Apple AirPods ($120) to the new Apple AirPods Pro ($175) for air pods att . Plus, if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get these Apple AirPods with free two-day shipping of airpods 3 big w , and in some locations, free one-day shipping. Check out the best AirPod deals available now.

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Best 2nd Gen Apple AirPods deal at Amazon: Apple AirPods (2nd Generation), $120 (reduced from $159)

Best 3rd Gen Apple AirPods deal at Amazon: Apple AirPods Pro,  $175 (reduced from $249) due to apple airpods big w

If you’re planning to get more active this summer, Apple AirPods make for great gym headphones for myer airpods. They are water and sweat resistant making them the perfect addition to your summer fitness routine or outdoor activities. And at these prices, there’s no need to wait until Amazon Prime Day to buy them — you’ll save up to $75 if you act now due to airpods gen 2 officeworks.

Of course, there’s more than just Apple AirPods on sale at Amazon now — we found all sorts of great deals on Apple products ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022. You can also shop early Prime Day Apple Watch deals, Macbook deals, AirTag deals and iPad deals now.

Best Apple AirPods deals on Amazon now for airpods 2 price in uaeApple AirPods typically go on sale during Amazon Prime Day, but there’s no need to wait until late July to cop a pair. Apple AirPods prices are now significantly below Apple retail at Amazon right now.

Apple AirPods (2nd generation): $120Apple AirPods (2nd Generation) AppleJust about anyone will love these budget-minded Apple AirPods. They’re not the latest model, but they’re still one of the most sought-after earbud models on the market with airpods pro price in dubai.

Retailing for $159 at Apple, they’re on sale at Amazon right now for $120. These AirPods boast more than 24 hours total listening time (with the wireless charging case), a foolproof, one-tap setup for Apple device owners and a low-latency wireless connection (for full immersion when consuming movies and music) by airpods pro dubai.

Apple AirPods (2nd generation), $120 (reduced from $159) with fortnite airpod case

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AmazonThe latest generation of Apple AirPods are a nice upgrade over the second-generation model. They support 3D spatial audio with dynamic head tracking. You get more listening time, too — up to 30 hours with the included MagSafe charging case. by airpods pro case anime

Apple AirPods (3rd generation): $169 (reduced from $179)

Apple AirPods Pro: $175Apple AirPods Pro AppleUpgrade your old AirPods to the Apple AirPods Pro. Compared to older models for apple airpods big w , these AirPods fit active noise cancelation technology, water resistance and hearing health tracking in a more-compact, better-fitting design. They’re also lauded for their great sound quality. But all this quality comes at a steep price — specifically $250. That’s why the deal we found at Amazon is a big deal for anime airpod case .

Now at $175, the Apple AirPods Pro are a great deal for those with some flexibility in their budget with air pods big w .

Apple AirPods Pro, $175 (reduced from $249)

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Samsung Galaxy Buds2: $102Samsung Galaxy Buds2 SamsungSamsung’s highly coveted earbuds due to samsung airpods elgiganten , the Galaxy Buds2 are having a sale moment as well. Featuring active noise cancelation and ambient sound passthrough, the lightweight Galaxy Buds2 are built for those with an active lifestyle.

Samsung Galaxy Buds2, $101 (reduced from $150)

Samsung Galaxy Live: $100Samsung Galaxy Live SamsungNot to be beaten by the Samsung Galaxy Buds, the Samsung Galaxy Live earbuds are available at an even deeper discount. Samsung designed these earbuds with 12mm speakers, and gave them a form factor that allows them to deliver spacious sound quality. If you love live shows, you may want a pair for carpet call head office.

Samsung Galaxy Live, $100 (reduced from $170)

Beats Solo3: $159Beats Solo3 BeatsIf you’re partial to rock, folk or country, the bright-sounding, on-ear Beats Solo3 may be a good fit. These headphones support spatial audio (for a more-immersive listening experience), soft-ear foams (for comfort), and up to 40 hours of battery life on a single charge elgiganten affiliate .

Beats Solo3, $159 (reduced from $200)

Beats Studio3: $211Beats Studio3 BeatsBeats Studio3 headphones are currently $170 off at Amazon. This makes them one of the best headphone deals out there right now. On top of their adaptive noise cancelation, the Beats Studio3 headphones feature real-time audio calibration. They’re fast-charging,  and easy to connect with iOS and Android devices, too. This pair of headphones also supports spatial audio. And reviewers on Amazon rave about how the headphones feel comfortable even when they’ve been worn for hours.

Beats Studio3, $211 (reduced from $350)

Powerbeats Pro: $200Powerbeats Pro wireless earphones AmazonIf you like to stay active, the Powerbeats Pro may be a better fit — quite literally. These wireless earbuds are designed with comfortable ear hooks for a secure fit (making them ideal for rigorous activities, such as running). They’re IPX4-rated for water resistance, too. They come in several different colors.

These workout-ideal headphones from Beats are on sale now at Amazon.

Powerbeats Pro, $200 (reduced from $250)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series 2 gaming headset: $269gaming-headset.jpg Bose via AmazonThe Bose QuietComfort 35 Series 2 gaming headset is a great choice for those looking for a comfortable luxury headset. The headset includes a removable gaming module with a noise-rejecting boom mic. All this allows you to be heard loud and clear by the competition. The headset can be worn wirelessly, and features a built-in mic system that can make clear phone calls, even in noisy environments.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series 2 gaming headset, $269 (regularly $330)

Sony WF-1000XM3 noise-canceling truly wireless earbuds: $128sony-wf-1000xm3-noise-canceling-truly-wireless-earbuds.jpg Sony Store via AmazonThese Sony earbuds feature an HD-noise canceling processor, and 24-bit audio-signal processing. The earbuds offer up to 24 hours of battery life. If you missed a full charge, and you’re on the go, then you’re still good — that’s because these Sony buds only take 10 minutes to charge (to deliver you up to 90 minutes of play time).

Sony WF-1000XM3 noise-canceling truly wireless earbuds, $128 (regularly $200)

Bose Sport earbuds: $149Bose Sport Earbuds BoseIf you’re looking for a pair of weather- and sweat-resistant earbuds, the Bose Sport Earbuds boast an IPX4 rating (meaning they’ll offer protection against water splashes). To make them easier to control during workouts, they feature a capacitive-touch interface. Finally, these earbuds offer up to 15 hours of battery life with the included charging case.

Bose Sport Earbuds, $149 (reduced from $179)

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Apple Watch Series 7 (41 mm): $329Apple Watch Series 7 41mm Apple via AmazonRight now, you can save $15 on Amazon on the GPS version of the 41 mm Apple Watch Series 7. At Apple, the model lists for $399 — and up. On Amazon, prices and availability may vary depending on the color of the watch. We also saw a deal on the 41 mm watch with GPS and built-in cellular: It’s going for $429 right now — that’s down from the $499 Apple list price.

Apple Watch Series 7 GPS (41 mm), $329 (regularly $399)

Apple Watch Series 7 GPS + cellular (41 mm), $429 (regularly $499)

Apple Watch Series 7 (45 mm): $359Apple Watch Series 7 45 mm Apple via AmazonThe larger, somewhat weightier 45 mm Apple Watch Series 7 is on sale at Amazon. Again, prices and availability may vary depending on color.

Apple Watch Series 7 GPS (45 mm), $359 (regularly $429)

Apple Watch Series 7 (45 mm) GPS + cellular, $459 (regularly $529)

Apple Watch Series 3 (42mm): $199Apple Watch Series 3 GPS Best BuyThough it’s not the latest model, the GPS-enabled Apple Watch Series 3 has plenty of cool going for it. It’s water-resistant to 30 meters, monitors your heart rate and even sends you irregular heart rhythm notifications. It works as an altimeter, and has an emergency SOS feature that’ll allow you to alert your emergency contacts when necessary.

Apple Watch Series 3 GPS (42 mm), $199 (reduced from $229)

Apple Watch SE (40 mm): $229Apple Watch SE GPS + Cellular WalmartThe water-resistant Apple Watch SE boasts a Retina display that’s 30% larger than one offered by the Series 3.

Apple Watch SE GPS (40 mm), $229 (reduced from $279)

Apple MagSafe Battery Pack: $87 Apple MagSafe Battery Pack Apple via AmazonThe Apple MagSafe Battery Pack magnetically attaches to your iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro, providing a portable, wireless phone charge. If need be, your MagSafe Battery Pack and iPhone can be charged at the same time. Listed at $99 at Apple, you can save over $10 by buying it on Amazon, and get it for $87.

Apple MagSafe Battery Pack, $87 (regularly $99)

When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?Amazon has announced that it will hold its annual Amazon Prime Day sale on Tuesday, July 12 and Wednesday, July 13, 2022.

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Vague lawsuit claims AirPods, Beats infringe on ‘communication jewelry’ patents

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Apple has been hit with a lawsuit alleging that its AirPods infringe on a pair of patents owned by an obscure Texas LLC that cover wireless earpiece and wearable device technology.

WFR IP LLC, which appears to be a non-practicing entity, filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas on Friday. It seeks relief from patent infringement on two patents-in-suit.

While the complaint doesn’t mention AirPods by name, it claims that Apple “makes, uses, offers for sale, and sells wireless earpiece and wearable piece products and services” that infringe on the patents-in-suit.

The two patents in question are U.S. Patents No. 9,438,984, titled “Wearable electronic pieces and organizer,” and No. 7,505,793, titled “Wireless earpiece assembly.” The ‘793 patent was granted in 2009, while the ‘984 other was granted in 2016.

The ‘984 patent covers “wireless communication jewelry” and an “organizer.” The older ‘793 patent doesn’t relate to AirPods at all, since it describes an ear-hook type of assembly like those used by Apple’s Beats by Dre subsidiary.

It’s not clear how the ‘984 patent applies. The patent is incredibly vague, and Apple has patents on similar materials dating back to the first three years of the century.

Both patents list William F. Ryann as their investor. Ryann, whose initials are “WFR,” is a patent attorney based in San Antonio, Texas with a background in biomedical science.

There is very little information available online about WFR IP LLC, beyond the company’s lawsuits. In addition to Apple, the eponymous organization has also filed a complaint against Amazon Web Services for patent infringement.

The complaint does not lay out specific evidence for the infringement, nor does it name specific products. Compared to other patent complaints lobbed at Apple, the lawsuit is relatively short and scarce of detail.

It demands a jury trial, as well as damages, attorneys’ fees, and other prayers for relief.


AirPods swallowed by UK TV presenter in vitamin mixup

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A celebrity in the UK accidentally swallowed an AirPod on Sunday, mistakenly consuming the Apple wireless earbud along with her vitamins.

AirPods are known for being small and white, and at a distance could be mistaken for a pebble or a large pill. On Sunday, one of the personal audio accessories had the misfortune of being treated as an edible tablet.

Posted to Twitter on Sunday and spotted by iMore, UK property show TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp admitted that she had “just swallowed an AirPod while downing my vitamins.” After telling her followers “I don’t recommend it,” Allsopp said she didn’t need to go to the hospital as she managed to throw it up.

The celebrity quickly recovered from the ordeal, but added “my throat is really quite sore.”

In follow-up posts, Allsopp responded to followers and other Twitter reactions about the ordeal. The messages included a confirmation that the AirPods still work, albeit it “smells of sick.”

She also explained that she had put her vitamins in her pocket while getting a glass of water, but then pulled the vitamins and the AirPod from her pocket before swallowing the collection down. A photo was also published to the platform, showing an AirPod mixed in with a selection of tablets and pills, demonstrating that it is plausibly easy to make such a mistake.

Allsopp is not the only person to have accidentally consumed an AirPod. In February 2021, a Massachusetts man ended up visiting the emergency room after swallowing an AirPod in his sleep.

In November, a TikTok user admitted to having mistaken an AirPod for Ibuprofen and swallowing it. Despite being consumed, the AirPod continued working, and a voice memo recorded gurgling sounds from inside her stomach.