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How to preorder Apple’s new 3rd Gen AirPods

If you don’t feel like waiting for October 26, you can preorder them now.

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If you needed a reason to hold off on purchasing an expensive pair of AirPod Pro’s, then Apple’s third-generation AirPods is probably your next best choice. The company announced them earlier this week and they’re expected to start shipping on October 26 for $179.

But that doesn’t you mean have to wait until then. You can preorder them right now. How? Well, it’s simple. You can either preorder them through Apple or go the Amazon route. If online shopping isn’t your cup of tea, you can always head to a physical Apple Store and place your order there too.

How to preorder the new AirPods today

Seriously, it’s dead simple. Click any of the links below and place your order:

Other retailers will begin shipping AirPods on October 26, however, they won’t be offering preorders. If you want to order the new AirPods as soon as possible, Amazon and the Apple Store are your best bet.

So what do these new AirPods have to offer? One of the bigger updates from Apple is the inclusion of spatial audio and Dolby Atmos. Additionally, the form factor has been updated and the newest version is also sweat and water-resistant. 

Battery life also got an upgrade with 30 hours of total playback time and new MagSafe charging capabilities as well. Each full charging session gets you up to six hours of battery life, and five minutes of charge will give you nearly an hour of use.

Again, Apple’s third-generation AirPods are available for preorder now and will set you back $179. They will start shipping on October 26.

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