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Apple AirPods 3rd Generation Price History

Price History for Apple AirPods (3rd Generation)


Current Price $188.98 July 22, 2024
Highest Price $189.99 July 6, 2024
Lowest Price $169.00 June 24, 2024
Since June 24, 2024

Last price changes

$188.98 July 10, 2024
$189.99 July 6, 2024
$169.00 June 24, 2024

Apple AirPods 3rd Generation Description

Premium Quality and Sound for Everyday Listening

When you need headphones to fit into your active lifestyle while delivering crisp, crystal clear sound quality, the Apple AirPods 3rd Generation is what you’re looking for! Made with the latest Bluetooth technology, the earbuds offer superior audio transmission, and the lightweight design ensures you enjoy your favorite podcast or music on the go. The popular EarPods design features a secure fit to make sure your earbuds stay in place while you’re running, biking, or engaging in any other physical activity.

Magnetic Charging Case for On-the-Go Life

When you live an on-the-go lifestyle, it’s important to have no-hassle charging for your devices. That’s why the revolutionary MagSafe Charging Case comes with the Apple AirPods 3rd Generation. With just a quick snap of the magnets, you’ll be charging up your earbuds immediately, giving you more time to do the things you love. If you’re ever away from an electrical outlet, no worries. The case also features wireless charging compatible with Qi charging stations, so you’ll always be able to keep your headphones juiced up.

Life-Like Audio with Spatial Quality

Experience audio like never before with the Apple AirPods 3rd Generation’s Spatial Audio functionality. You’ll get the cinematic experience with sound that is dynamic and immersing. Sound travelling from left to right, right to left; you’ll feel like you’re sitting courtside for your favorite basketball game, or right on the edge of the stage at a live music show. Take your music, movies, and shows to a whole new level with Spatial Audio.

Compatible with Siri for Voice Activation

Don’t waste another minute trying to search through all the settings to find the music or podcast you want. With Apple AirPods 3rd Generation, you can use the Siri function to access your iTunes library and favorite playlist with just your voice. You’ll be listening in no time, having to worry about the menu navigation and various controls.

Product Features:

• Lightweight design for ultimate comfort
• Magnetic Charging Case provides quick charging on the go
• Deluxe Spatial Audio takes your listening experience to a new level
• Bluetooth 5.0 provides superior audio transmission
• Compatible with Siri for voice activation
• Wireless Qi-Certified Charging Compatible
• Adaptive EQ for optimum sound

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Apple AirPods 3rd Generation Reviews (11)

11 reviews for Apple AirPods 3rd Generation

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  1. Desiree

    Great for the price. My husband loves them and they stay in his ears! Noise cancelling !!!

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  2. Jason Marcum

    La calidad de audio, estética y funcionalidad vienen por ende en la marca.
    Si tienes iPhone y Apple Watch, solo te falta esto para tener el trío perfecto en ejercicio y comunicación en general

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  3. Lincoln

    So my husband bought these for me for Mother’s Day 2022. They were too big for my ear and wouldn’t stay in (why I don’t give them a 5). I lost one within a week. Over a year later, yes a year, we found it in our yard. Charged it up and it still works like it’s brand new. It spend a year outside in the elements of the weather. Very impressed with the durability, not so much the design.

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  4. BMO

    For myself, headphones are all about audio quality. I will happily pay more to get the best listening experience and the sound quality is 100% where it’s at for me. I own multiple headphones for different environments (home, travel, walking, gym) and different listening experienced (closed vs open design). My search is for the best in each category of headphone and therefore in each environment. Also after years of testing headphones and speakers, the ONLY WAY TO TEST in my opinion is a back and forth comparison with the same equipment and songs. Our ears forget what something sounds like and it’s easy to get very excited with a new headphone or speaker and think “this is the best I’ve heard”. We have to do a back and forth session to notice the differences. There is no other way to do it. This is why I write my reviews the way I do and why I think 90% of reviews out there are useless. People get excited with a new item and make exaggerated claims because its hard to compare using memory alone. Countless times I’ve gotten excited about headphones, speakers or food and thought “this is the best” and then am surprised when I do a back and forth comparison to realize that it really wasn’t that good. So let’s get started!

    Airpods 3rd Generation vs Razer Hammerhead. These are my two best in-ear unsealed headphones. I’ve tried a lot and thought compare the best. The Airpds retail for $169 and the Razers were $99 (now $39).

    Airpod audio sound more inside your head (more intimate). Razer audio sounds more outside your head (wider sound stage). Razer sounds more 3D.

    Airpod audio is more balanced across the spectrum and sounds full and flattened. Razer audio has the vocals more forward with the instruments more in the background. Razer has a larger spacial quality to the audio.

    Airpod audio has less texture and detail. Razer audio has more texture detail.

    Airpod audio has a thicker rumble to the bass and the bass remains during the music. Razer audio has tighter, punchier bass. The difference is like a higher quality sub-woofer that is accurate, tight and strong versus a lower quality sub-woofer which extends the bass with a rumble rather than a tight punch. Razer audio sounds like a higher quality sub-woofer (less rumble, more punch).

    Airpods secure better in my shaped ears and feel tucked in, while not sealing my ears. Razers feels like they are sitting on my ear and not tucked in like the Airpods.

    Airpods 2nd Generation is inferior in every way to the 3rd Generation. 2nd Gen have noticeably less detail, sound very flat and do not fit the ear as well.

    Final opinions: In my search for unsealed in-ear headphones, the Airpods 3rd Gen and Razer are the best I’ve heard. There aren’t many competitors in this genre of headphone and these two are the best IMO. It’s a toss up between which one is better because different people have different listening preferences, music styles and personal needs. I’ll do my best to advise.

    – If you constantly wear your headphones, walking with them, using them for calls, etc – the the Apple Airpods 3rd Gen are the way to go. They are more comfortable and secure much better in the ears. They won’t fall out. I’ve had the Razers fall out on my walk numerous times that it’s almost a daily occurrence.

    – If you want a more audiophile grade experience with a Bluetooth in-ear unsealed headphone, the audio quality of the Razer is better IMO. More detail, more texture, wider sound stage, and tighter bass. The only draw back with the Razer is that the sound stage is artificially-enhanced by adding a echo-like effect. It’s small but it’s there.

    – If you want a more forward sounding and someone intense audio experience the Airpods push the sound into your head and give an intimate but somewhat intense experience. People who want to be inside their music (like center-stage, front row seat) will prefer the Airpods 3rd Gen. This would be better for electronic music, hip hop, dance and most of the modern trends.

    – If you prefer to sit in the middle or back of the venue and hear the instrument separation and a wider sound stage, the Razer is a better choice. It’s not an intimate but it’s more open and airy and has a more laid back quality. This is better for jazz, blues, and classic rock.

    A little background: I prefer the open ear design to my over-the-ear headphones and I own or have owned many of the flagship (very best) headphones from brands like Sennheiser, AKG, Audio-Technica, Hifimann and Sony. I have owned the best wireless over-the-ear from Sony, B&O and Philips. I have owned the best wired in-ears from Sennhesier and Westone. I have owned the best wireless in-ears from Sony, B&O, Tozo, and too many to remember. I also own audiophile grade amplifiers and DACs costing costing well over $1,000 each. At present, wired headphones will always sound better than wireless. More information can pass through wires than airwaves. In the future, wireless will match wired but I think that will take a while to happen. For now, if you want the best listening experience, get a wired headphone.

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  5. Amazon Customer

    I love how music sounds from these Air Pods. They work great and I even use them while working at my computer in my office.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    Llevo ya 3 meses con los audífonos y la verdad estoy muy contento con la compra, se que no tienen cancelación de ruido, pero con música a un volumen moderado no escuchas nada de tu alrededor, si los compran por el audio espacial, déjenme decirles que no se pierden de nada, yo vengo de usar unos wh-1000xm4 y la verdad los AirPods 3 suenan muy bien, la integración con iPhone y MacBook esta bien, no es lo mejor pero esta bien, en fin, es una buena compra si no quieren unos pro.

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  7. BMO

    I don’t understand why people feel the need to post their their non-verified purchase reviews(basically opinions) of new Apple products. But since I got mine today and all the reviews are from people who haven’t even seen, let alone used the new 3rd gen AirPods, I will give my initial impressions.

    These are the successor to the standard, 2nd gen AirPods released in the spring of 2019. These keep the open design without eartips, but adopted the look and control system of the AirPods Pro. These also get wireless charging by default (like the AirPods Pro), as well as MagSafe charging (something that the AirPods Pro were updated with after these were announced). I am an Apple fan, for sure, and I own all versions of the AirPods that are currently sold as well as the Beats Studio Buds. Some people think that these aren’t worth $180 because the Pro model already exists and sells for $180-200 usually, even though the list price is $250.

    These do not have the active noise cancellation feature that the AirPods Pro or Beats Studio Buds have, but I think people are forgetting that some people don’t like using earbuds with tips that go into your ear canal. That is one of the the things that made AirPods so popular in the first place, plus the fact that they are made by Apple. There aren’t a ton of options for premium, open true wireless earbuds with the universal fit that AirPods offer, they’re just not as common as the kind with silicon eartips. And there is no way to use the AirPods Pro without also using the eartip, they won’t stay in place like theses 3rd gen AirPods will.

    The bud itself is larger on these compared to the previous model with the longer stems, so these feel a bit different when you put them in your ear. I got used to it pretty quickly and they are really comfortable, they stay in place really well for my ear shape. These have the force squeeze controls that the Pros have and it is so much better to use than the old tap controls. If you haven’t used this controls system before, you will most likely enjoy using it more because the bud doesn’t get pressed into your ear when you need to pause the music and you get more options for controlling playback.

    The other big upgrade here is the sound quality along with Spatial Audio which works just as well as it does on the AirPods Pro. The sound quality now is pretty much on par with the AirPods Pro, some reviewers have even said it’s better. It includes the Adaptive EQ feature where the earbuds are constantly re-adjusting the sound to give you the best quality audio based on your surroundings. There is an internal microphone dedicated just to analyzing the audio to make sure it sounds as good as possible.

    Spatial Audio is kind of hard to explain but I will try my best, instead of having a static left and right channel audio, the audio sounds like it’s all around you. For Video, it makes the sound seem like it’s coming from where the video is playing (your iPhone or iPad or Apple TV). Think about if you are listening to audio from a speaker that is in front of you, if you turn your head to the left, your right ear is going to be hearing more of the audio because your left ear is now facing away from the speaker. That is what spatial audio is like, using the new AirPods when you watch a video on your iPhone. The AirPods use the sensors(accelerometers and gyroscopes) in the earbuds as well as in your iPhone to calculate the position of your head in reference to the device playing the video. The end result is that the audio sounds like it is in front of you, coming from the device, even though it’s playing through the AirPods. It really is awesome and it’s one of my favorite features of these AirPods, the older 2nd generation did not include this feature but the Pro model does. While originally it only worked on iPhone/iPad, it now works on Mac and Apple TV as well.

    The last thing to mention is these AirPods now have better sensors for detecting when they aren’t in your ear, even the Pro model doesn’t have the new skin detection sensors. This means that if you take out your earbuds and put them in your pocket or a dark place like a drawer, the AirPods will not be fooled and won’t accidentally un-pause your music until you put them back in your ear. The old model used optical sensors that were good, but not this good.


    Wireless Charging+MagSafe charging comes standard (before you had to pay extra)

    Spatial Audio for watching videos and for supported songs through Apple Music

    Open design that doesn’t require the use of eartips you have to put in your ear canal

    Much improved sound quality over the previous generation (AirPods 2)

    New force touch sensors like the AirPods Pro

    Better in-ear detection thanks to skin detection sensors

    Improved mic quality for voice calls, Apple is using a new codec for voice calls (AAC-ELD)

    Longer Battery Life (6 hours) [compared to 5 hours on Airpods 2 and 4.5 hours on AIrPods Pro]

    Better support from the Find My app, there is now a precision finding feature similar to AirTags and you can ring them while they are still in the case (only available on the new AirPods 3)

    Apple’s H1 chip and the strength of the ecosystem (Hey Siri, your messages and notifications will be announced to you, auto switching between devices signed into your iCloud account, audio sharing, etc). To be clear, these are not new or exclusive to AirPods 3, but still add to the value proposition.


    No Active Noise Cancellation because of the open design

    The AIrPods Pro can sometimes be had for roughly the same price

    Universal shape might not fit everyone’s ears

    Not as compelling for people with Android phones and Windows computers. Apple’s OS and software is what makes these so magical

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  8. francisco perez

    Todo perfectamente sellado y funcionando al 100

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  10. Kevin Chan

    En mi caso eran un regalo sin embargo la persona al recibirlo se dio cuenta que los drivers son más gruesos por lo que al ponérselos le quedaban muy justos y al reírse se le salían del oído. Al final me los quede para mi sin embargo al no tener el tapón extra no se sienten tan seguros por lo que las recomendaciones chequen su tamaño de oídos que pueden revisar con otros audífonos que tengan la opción de diferentes medidas para ver si les funcionan muy bonitos y toda la cosa pero no tan prácticos porque se sienten que se salen del oído por lo que la recomendación después de esto es que vayan por los generación 2 u otros modelos tanto de beats como las versiones pro

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