The AirPods Pro 2 are some very lovely headphones, and now they've dropped to their lowest price ever.
It's more than a token reduction. There is currently $50 off at Amazon and Best Buy, bringing the little buds down to under $200. This beats out the previous lowest price by around $30 - so if you've been looking for a new pair of AirPods, now could be the best time to grab them.
AirPods Pro 2 $50 off
AirPods Pro 2 |
$249 $199 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is now the lowest ever price of the AirPods Pro 2, beating out the previous lowest by around $30. This makes them an almost no brainer buy if you've been looking for a pair of AirPods for any amount of time, and a great deal more tempting as an impulse buy.
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The AirPods Pro 2 don't look too different upon first glance to the first-generation AirPods Pro, but there are more differences under the skin. There's improved noise-canceling that blocks out more noise at different frequencies. The transparency mode has had a look at by Apple too - there are now levels of transparency, letting you hear exactly what you want to, and blocks out loud noise while amplifying things like voices.
It's a pretty cool upgrade, although sound quality has barely been touched - no great issue if you liked how the older model sounds, but a little annoying if you want something that sounds a little more 'alive'
Of course, if you're after a different pair of AirPods, then we know where to find all the cheapest AirPods deals and sales. Don't forget to protect your new Airpods with one of the best AirPods Pro cases as well.
As the Buying Guides and Deals writer for iMore, Tammy puts over a decade of experience in finding the best prices of Apple products to work, helping you save money on the equipment that you want. An audiophile at heart, she loves all things audio and visual, but you’ll also find her drooling over the latest Macs and MacBooks. With a Masters in screenwriting, Tammy likes to spend her free time writing feature-length and TV screenplays or driving digital cars around virtual circuits, to varying degrees of success. Just don't ask her about AirPods Max - you probably won't like her answer.