AirPods are overrated the same way that supreme is.
It’s expensive, and a lot of middle class you tubers flex with them from a promotion.
No, they are not overrated.
Currently, the chipset solution W1 that Apple has engineered is simply superior to the other available solutions from Qualcomm, Realtek and Airoha.
Why are AirPods so overpriced?
Because people are prepared to pay so much more, the price rises to a level the market can stand. The right proce for anything is as much as people will pay. In short, Apple earphones are much more expensive because people happily pay much more money for them.
Why is Airpod bad?
Airpods use Bluetooth technology. Bluetooth (and WiFi) also uses the non-ionizing radiofrequency radiation that cell phones use. But just like we still don’t know what dose of cell phone radiation could be harmful to humans, we still don’t know how much—or even whether—Bluetooth radiation poses a threat.
Are AirPods worth it?
If you’re new to wireless earbuds, AirPods 2 are a no-brainer and 100 percent worth it. However, if you’re new to wireless earbuds, AirPods 2 ($159 with the regular charging case and $199 with the wireless charging case) are a no-brainer and 100 percent worth it.
Why you shouldn’t use AirPods?
Airpods Use Bluetooth, An Unreliable, Low Quality Technology
Audiophiles have long been repulsed by Bluetooth audio. The frequency range is limited, the sounds are distorted, connecting can be a nightmare and audio can stutter or stop mid-stream.
How can you tell if AirPods are fake?
To put it shortly, the quickest way to spot fake AirPods is to scan the serial number found on the inside of the case (see pictures below on how to find that serial number). Once you get that code, pop it through checkcoverage.apple.com and see whether Apple confirms it for you.
Do AirPods fall out of your ears?
Your AirPods ($144.90 at Amazon) slowly creep out of your ears until you can barely hear the audio. Then, unless you catch them quick, they fall out.