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AirPods Pro 2: Better in every way

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The AirPods Pro are among the best products Apple ever made.
Yeah, I said it: They are truly a great, great product, up there with the Mac, iPhone, iPad and the other greats.
And now they’ve been improved in just about every way. Everything they do is better, according to early reviewers.
I can’t wait to get a pair tomorrow.
– Leander Kahney, EIC.
P.S. If you are also shopping for a new pair of AirPods, consider trading in your old pair with Cult of Mac‘s buyback program. We pay cash, and have great customer service. It couldn’t be easier.

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Tweet o' the day
Stephen Shankland
After tons of pixel peeping, I say the iPhone 14 Pro is a big step up that serious photographers will appreciate. I love the 48-megapixel sensor for detail & cropping. Image quality like dynamic range is noticeably better. My assessment (and a thread). 1/ https://t.co/WYiQ1LxFrd https://t.co/w5cZgQgLCI
One more thing ...
“The hard part of what we’re up against now is that people ask you about specifics and you can’t tell them. A hundred years ago, if somebody had asked Alexander Graham Bell, ‘What are you going to be able to do with a telephone?’ he wouldn’t have been able to tell him the ways the telephone would affect the world. He didn’t know that people would use the telephone to call up and find out what movies were playing that night or to order some groceries or call a relative on the other side of the globe.” — Steve Jobs, 1985
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