But there are a few features that I think are really going to set them apart from other bluetooth ear buds.
For example, they can work out if you have the right size tip in your air.
Once you've put the outputs in the mix and algorithm work together to measure if the sound level Matches what's coming from the speaker Dr. With many other ear buds, it's a bit of a Goldilocks game of swapping tips to find the right one for the best fit.
So this will make that process a little easier.
However, there are only three tip sizes included in the books.
So let's hope that one of them works for your ear size And the most under rated by far?
Well they look a lot smaller and less obtrusive than the original ear plugs.
The stem is shorter and they don't stick out as much when you are looking at someone front on.
But here's the catch.
They earn $249 which is more than the original ear pods which are incidentally still available by the way, and they still charge by a lightning or wireless charging which is built into the case.
It's early days and I've only just got my hands on them so stay tuned for lots of comparisons with other wireless buds including the cheaper Amazon Echo buds, and the other noise cancelling efforts to beat the Sony WF 1000 XM three.
And don't forget to watch the full airports for a debrief by David Connor which I link to in the description below.
iOS 13.2 also drop this week and while we don't normally pay that much attention to minor OS updates, this is one you'll definitely want to know about.
And not just because you'll need it if you wanna use the new episodes per.
If you have an iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, you'll now get deep fusion.
Apple's special feature to take very detailed photos of sweaters Just kidding.
It's actually way more interesting than that.
But there are a lot of sweaters and all the sample photos provided by Apple.
So I think someone there is really getting into the pumpkin spice season in the Northern Hemisphere.
Anyway, all you really need to know is that your photos They should now have more detail and less noise in situations where smart HDR or night mode aren't active.
So that's pretty much medium lives.
Here's some examples of photos shot with deep fusion on an iPhone 11 side by side with the same shot on an iPhone 10i.
To give you an idea of what difference date fusion can make in terms of detail and sharpness.
And stay tuned for that camera comparison coming soon.
To make sure deep fusion is actually active, once you have iOS 13.2, go to Settings, camera and make sure the photos captured outside the frame option is turned off.
And don't forget you'll only be able to see the results when using the wide or telephoto lens not the ultra wide.
And other totally unrelated Apple service launching this week is Apple TV Plus, which rolls up friday november 1 it costs $4 99 in the us per month and you also get a Free year trial if you get a new iPhone, Mac etc.
And the first reviews are out because some of the launch titles on the streaming service including the morning show and Dickinson, although they're probably not what Apple was hoping for.
Let's see what viewers think.
Sorry, I couldn't help it.
Of course this wouldn't be the apple call without some rumours.
A new snippet found in iOS 13.2 by MAC room is points to a new name for those Bluetooth tracking tags that Apple is supposedly working on.
They're referred to as add tags.
And the idea is that you could attach one of these tags to pretty much anything, then find the location of that item through the Find My App on the iPhone.
9TO5Mac also found some extra details in IOS code referring to a battery swap mode.
So, presumably, you'll be able to swap the batteries in and out.
But something else that we're missing from the Apple products announcement this week?
Well, that's this 16 inch Macbook Pro with [UNKNOWN] and it uses a switch keyboard as opposed to the current much maligned butterfly keyboard on the current models.
Apple might still surprise us with a press release drop before the holidays though