Apple EarPods In-Ear Headphones with Lightning Connector - White
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- Design is defined by the geometry of the ear, making them more comfortable for more people
- Speakers inside have been engineered to maximize sound output and minimize sound loss
- Built-in remote lets you adjust the volume, control the playback of music and video, and answer or end calls with a pinch of the cord
- Deeper, richer bass tones
- Greater protection from sweat and water
- EarPods with Lightning Connector
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Of the 8858 reviewers who responded, 8427 would recommend this product.
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- Good, overpriced but our options are limited- June 21, 2017
Having recently acquired an iPhone 7+, I essentially obsoleted all my other head/ear-phones. Apple removed the 3.5 headphone jack meaning you need to either use Bluetooth or something that connects through the lightning connector. That is unless you can remember to bring with you the included one adapter which I keep with my high end noise canceling set. The sound is just average. Of course being made by Apple means all the controls work as expected. I do enjoy the longer cable length so us tall people can keep our phones in our pockets and still have enough to keep comfortably in our ears. My advice grab a set or two as backups on sale.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Reliable and handy- March 12, 2021
You cannot go wrong with classic, wired headphones! Whenever my AirPods start to tweak (don’t want to pair, technical issues during phone calls), I pull these bad boys out to save the day (and prevent potential arguments). It will be a sad day when tech companies decide to go fully wireless (which I pray doesn’t happen). I would much rather pay $19.99 + tax for a pair of headphones (unless I give them away, lose them or they reach their ending cycle) than pay $69 + tax for a replacement AirPod (did it once and I was upset). Don’t get me wrong, headphones do tend to get snagged on the edges cabinets. Nonetheless, these are an essential tech item.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great headphones with a slight problem- March 19, 2018
Everybody knows that phone accessories don't last forever. So when my original iPhone EarPods broke, I purchased the same ones. I love the bass quality, the clarity, and the design. I gave it four stars because I do have a problem with the little remote. Sometimes, I press it three times (to restart a song) and it only registers two clicks. Or sometimes I hear a little pop, then the remote stops working. All I have to do is unplug and plug it in again, and it works again. However, this could be a software issue with my iPhone (iPhone 8 Plus), or just these specific headphones I got this time. These are still my favorite type of earphones.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.