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Calling all Apple headphone fans! Whether you're hunting for the latest AirPods or a classic pair of wired earbuds, you've come to the right place: our wide range of Apple headphones for sale has just the option for you.
Among the range of iPhone-compatible headphones by Apple on offer, you'll find comfortable in-ear options that'll keep your favourite tunes playing in all their glory no matter where you go. Bringing you quality sound with simple-yet-stylish designs, your perfect pair of Apple headphones is just a few clicks away...
Finding the perfect pair of headphones is an important part of enjoying an optimal listening experience, particularly when you are travelling or commuting. Apple has earned itself an unrivalled reputation for producing high sound quality with its durable and comfortable headphone range. The audio products created by Apple comprise wireless headphones, in-ear headphones and over-ear headphones - there are options for everybody, no matter your preference.
Wireless headphones connect to your iPhone or Apple iOS tablet device via Bluetooth, allowing you to listen to music on the go. Bluetooth headphones can essentially be used with any non-Apple products that allow this form of connectivity, meaning that you are not restricted to solely Apple mobile devices, MacBooks and tablets.
Apple's wireless earbuds first launched back in 2016 with their 1st generation AirPods. These headphones were developed to eradicate the headphone cable, which many users find inconvenient for listening to music during exercise and travel. Consequently, these headphones make listening and talking much more efficient for users. The Apple AirPods (2nd generation) was introduced with comfort as a priority, slotting smoothly into the ear canal in order to make using earphones feel effortless and comfortable when used for extended periods.
The 3rd generation AirPods incorporated updated, technologically advanced elements that maximise the capabilities of in-ear headphones. Much like the Apple AirPods Pro earphones, these audio devices boast excellent sound quality, spatial audio with head tracking and extended battery life.
The AirPods Pro line is an incredible upgrade to the preceding wireless headphone models, consisting of highly improved audio quality and microphone quality. In addition to the quality progression, AirPods Pro feature two H1 chips, implementing transparency mode for an optimal listening experience in noisy environments. If the active noise cancelling mode is switched on, the AirPods Pro give around 5 hours of battery life on a single charge. In regard to the comfort of these earphones, the premium, customisable silicone ear tips ensure that each user can adapt their in-ear headphones to their ear shape.
If Apple’s line of audio devices interests you, you can also use the wireless earphones with any Android phones, laptops, computers or smartwatches, providing they are Bluetooth compatible.
Apple AirPods max are renowned for being some of the best noise cancellers in the market. The spatial audio concept that these headphones support works in conjunction with Dolby Atmos in Apple Music, providing the user with a 3D listening experience. The active noise cancelling feature integrated into the AirPods Max ensures that background noise is silenced and the sound quality is optimised.
Some extra features implemented into Apple's AirPods Max are the lightweight design, volume control and comfortable ear cups. These headphones have an excellent build quality, are crafted with premium materials and have an accompanying handy case. AirPods Max can be used wirelessly or in a wired capacity, allowing users to purchase a separate cable depending on their preferences. However, used wirelessly, users can expect up to 20 hours of battery life on a single charge.
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Apple headphones FAQs
How do you use iPhone headphones?
If you have a newer iPhone and wired Apple headphones with a lightning connector, you can simply plug them in and they're ready to use. If not, you'll need to plug a jack adapter into the lightning connector on your device, and the other end into the headphones. For AirPods, you simply need to pair them with your device and enjoy!
Why aren't my iPhone headphones working?
If your headphones aren't working, there could be an issue with the headphone jack on your iPhone. To test this, restart your iPhone, turn the volume on, or try a different pair of headphones. Clean the jack and make sure your iPhone isn't paired with another audio output device, such as speakers or wireless headphones.
Can I skip songs with my Apple headphones?
Of course! You can fast-forward a song by tapping the centre button twice and long press when you press the second time. If you want to rewind a song, you need to tap three times and long press on the third tap. In order to skip a song, you need to double tap. For a previous song, triple tap.
Can I use my Apple headphones as a mic?
For this one, you need to launch the control panel, find "Sound", and select "Recording". From there, find "External Mic", and enable your Apple headphones as a mic.
Can I make my iPhone headphones sound louder?
In order to make them louder, you need to open the Settings app and search for "Music". Under "Playback", select "Volume Limit" and turn the volume limit off. The volume limit is automatically set as a safety precaution, so use this with care to protect your hearing from long-term damage.