The new AirPods combine intelligent design with breakthrough technology and crystal-clear sound. Powered by the new Apple H1 headphone chip, AirPods now feature hands-free access to Siri using just your voice. And up to 3 hours of talk time on a single charge.¹
New Apple H1 headphone chip delivers faster wireless connection to your devices
Charges quickly in the case
Case can be charged using the Lightning connector
Rich, high-quality audio and voice
Seamless switching between devices
Listen and talk all day with multiple charges from the Charging Case³
¹ Testing conducted by Apple in February 2019 using preproduction AirPods (2nd Generation), Charging Case, and Wireless Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone XS Max units and prerelease software.
Volume was set to 50%. Testing consisted of full AirPods battery discharge with a cellular phone call until the first AirPod stopped playing call audio. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, use, and many other factors.
² Requires an iCloud account and macOS 10.14.4, iOS 12.2, or watchOS 5.2.
A:AnswerYes they should work on an Android, however, you will not have seamless connection and many features won't work like Hey Siri. I suggest you buy the Samsung Buds, Raycon Earbuds, or Powerbeats Pro.
A:AnswerMy AirPods (2nd gen.) came with a Lightning to USB-A cable. It's wrapped behind the packaging that holds the AirPod case, so there should be a pull tab to access them. AirPods do not come with an adapter, though, since it presumes you have one for your phone.
A:AnswerThey come with a USB to Lightning cable. You can plug this into any charging brick or USB port on a computer. Or just use your phone charger if you have an iPhone. There is a wireless charging case that you can buy separately if you wish to have wireless charging.