Order Apple’s Smash Hit AirPods Pro For Just $234.99 And Save $14

Amazon is currently selling Apple’s AirPods Pro for just $234.99, down from the usual price of around $250. These are some of the most popular earbuds on the market right now, and everyone seems to be either wearing them or trying to pick them up.

That means that stock is in exceedingly short supply right now. Amazon says that AirPods Pro are currently out of stock, but you can place an order now and have them shipped and delivered as soon as they are available. Considering nowhere seems to be able to keep these things in stock right now, you may as well take a punt on Amazon. You’re unlikely to get them any sooner anywhere else. And you can save some money in the meantime.

There isn’t anything we can say about AirPods Pro that isn’t already common knowledge. They’re the first AirPods to offer noise-canceling technology, and they’re super popular. They sound good, they look good, and they instantly pair with iPhones, iPads, and Macs. You can even use them with an Apple TV if that’s something you find yourself with the need to do.

Active noise cancellation for immersive sound
Transparency mode for hearing and connecting with the world around you
Three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a customizable fit
Sweat and water resistant
Adaptive EQ automatically tunes music to the shape of your ear
Easy setup for all your Apple devices
Quick access to Siri by saying “Hey Siri”
The Wireless Charging Case delivers more than 24 hours of battery life

We’re huge fans of AirPods Pro and everyone who has bought them seems to agree. There are currently close to 7,000 reviews on Amazon and an overall score of 4.5 stars shows how well-liked AirPods Pro are. Why not get your order in now while this discounted price is available?

Buy: Apple AirPods Pro from Amazon: $234.99 | Original price: $250

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