Apple unveils AirPods Max over-ear headphones and launches Fitness Plus
This is Cnet and here are the stories that matter right now, Apple has unveiled the new AirPods max, over ear headphones.
The headphones offer some of the same features as the in-ear AirPods pro including active noise, canceling spatial surround sound and transparency mode, which lets you hear sound from the outside world alongside your music.
There's also a dial on the ear cup inspired by the crown on the Apple Watch that can be used to control volume calls, music tracks, and activate Siri.
The ear port's will be available for preorder from December 15th for $549.
Apple also announced Tuesday that its new fitness plus subscription service will launch December 14th.
The service offers guided workouts on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Tv, using matrix from the Apple Watch.
At launch, Fitness+ will have guided workouts, including HIIT, yoga, cycling, treadmill running, and walking, rowing, and dance.
The service costs $10 a month or $80 a year and can be shared by up to six people in a household.
And the UK has begun administering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
90 year old Margaret Canaan and 81 year old William Shakespeare became the first and second patients outside of trial to receive the shot.
The UK became first in the world to approve the Pfizer biontech vaccine last week and expects to begin vaccinating 4 million people by the end of the year.
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