Limited Edition Year Of The Rabbit AirPods Pro Announced

Apple has released a set of limited-edition Year of the Rabbit AirPods Pro in celebration of the upcoming Chinese New Year on January 22. The engraved AirPods Pro also features within the Apple Chinese New Year Gift Guide for the occasion.

China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau are among the countries that get access to the Apple Chinese New Year Gift Guide. Within that guide is a limited-edition set of engraved AirPods Pro that has a stunning Year of the Rabbit engraving to commemorate the occasion.

From a functionality perspective, the limited-edition AirPods Pro are identical to the usual hardware that sells around the world. With that said, each purchase of the unique item comes with a cute rabbit engraved on the wireless charging case with the AirPods Pro box also coming with a larger printed red rabbit that acts as a keepsake.

Apple is offering the AirPods Pro for sale through its physical retail stores and online stores for the aforementioned regions. The company is also limiting the sale of the engraved AirPods Pro to two units per customer while stocks last.

The company is also offering additional discounts on a variety of products as part of the run-up to the Chinese New Year on January 22. Customers in compatible regions can get discounts on iPhone 13, iPad Air, iPhone 13 Mini, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, the second-generation AirPods, and a slew of other popular Apple products. The deals also include some third-party products, such as the OtterBox case for the iPhone 14.

Apple’s AirPods Pro has proven to be extremely popular with customers all over the world. The hardware offers exceptional battery life, an improved fit compared to non-Pro models, and improved active noise cancellation that keeps the outside world out. And now, in chosen regions, they can come engraved with a lovely little rabbit glyph.

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