AirPods Max Stories January 11

AirPods Max warranty replacements don’t include new ear cushions unless necessary

The AirPods Max are Apple’s first foray into its own over-ear headphones. They feature magnetic ear cushions that can be swapped and replaced on their own, and we’re now getting a look at how the modular design affects the warranty replacement process.

AirPods Max Stories January 8

Apple’s new AirPods Max are officially here and as with most Apple products, the accessory lineup is expanding rapidly. If you’re an AirPods Max user looking to upgrade the experience, here are some accessories that you might find useful.

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AirPods Max Stories December 31, 2020

Some AirPods Max owners report condensation issue inside ear cups

It’s not an Apple product launch if the new gadget hasn’t been scrutinized on Twitter for various — what often turn out to be edge case — issues. As for the company’s latest AirPods Max, some owners of the high-end headphones are now reporting an issue with condensation inside the ear cups…

The controversial Smart Case for AirPods Max has arguably received more attention than the over-ear headphones themselves. The Smart Case has been criticized for not providing adequate protection for AirPods Max and for its awkward design. WaterField Designs is aiming to solve those problems with its new AirPods Max Shield. Read on for a closer look at the first third-party AirPods Max case.

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AirPods Max Stories December 25, 2020

Much has been said about the case that Apple included with the AirPods Max. Outside of putting the headphones into ultra-low power mode, it doesn’t provide much protection. The lack of functionality is an opportunity for third-parties, though. Today, WaterField Designs is announcing a new AirPods Max case that will also put the headphones into low power mode.

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AirPods Max Stories December 20, 2020

I’ve been using AirPods Max all week, and I’ve got a lot of thoughts. My biggest takeaway is that these headphones are overpriced. I like them a lot for various reasons, but they are 100% overpriced. The reasons you would buy this pair of headphones could be quite similar to the same reasons someone buys a $500+ pair of shoes — it’s just because you like what you like. And while $550 is a lot to command, the vast majority of consumers these headphones are being marketed to are absolutely going to enjoy these headphones. Here’s why.

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