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    Apple today has officially unveiled the new in-ear AirPods Pro. They will begin shipping on October 30th for $249. Apple says the AirPods Pro feature “Active Noise Cancellation and superior, immersive sound in an all-new lightweight, in-ear design.”
    The new in-ear design of AirPods Pro makes for better noise cancellation. Apple says that the AirPods Pro are sweat and water-resistant rated for IPX4. Included with the AirPods Pro are three different sizes of ear tips, which should make them relatively versatile. 9to5Mac first reported on the new noise-canceling AirPods earlier this month.

    To achieve Active Noise Cancellation on the new AirPods Pro, Apple is using two microphones combined with “advanced software” to continuously adapt to background noise. There’s also Transparency mode, which allows users to “simultaneously listen to music while still hearing the environment around them.”

    To switch between Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency modes, there will be a slider in Control Center. You can also press and hold on the side of the AirPods Pro themselves to switch modes.

    In terms of battery life, the new AirPods feature five hours of listening time. With Active Noise Cancellation enabled, that drops to four and a half hours. The added charging case delivers over 24 hours of listening time.

     

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  • Some Users Reporting Bricking HomePod After 13.2 Update

    Apple today released iOS 13.2 alongside a new version of HomePod Software with features, including multi-user support and Handoff. Now some users are reporting that their HomePod has been bricked after updating to iOS 13.2, following the Apple Music and Beats 1 outage.

    According to users on Reddit, Twitter, and even here on the 9to5Mac comments section, HomePod simply stopped working after the update process. Some of them are seeing a white spinning light at the top of the speaker, while others are experiencing a red light. In either case, the device was completely unusable, even when trying to restore it to factory settings.

    Currently, there doesn’t seem to be a solution to the problem. We expect Apple could pull the update and re-release it at a later date. At this time, Apple has yet to officially acknowledge the issue, but they’re asking some customers to take HomePod to an Apple Store or an Apple Authorised Service Provider in order to get a replacement unit.

    If you haven’t yet updated your HomePod, we recommend that you wait until the problem is fixed.

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