Sense of wearing
This is the brightest part. It is hard to imagine that a headset can be stuffed with so many sensors, the purpose is to make everything consistent with intuition.
Take it off, pause it, put it on and play it. Needless to say, AirPods Pro also has optical and position sensors.
The knob of AirPods Max introduced into Apple Watch can be said to be a ghost design. Press to pause/play, rotate to adjust the volume, double-click the next song, which is very friendly to blind operation, and there is a gear sound when rotating.
I have always disliked the touch gestures on the headset, because the lack of feedback due to touch in thin air will give me a psychological hint of the uncertainty of interaction.
The most interesting thing is that AirPods Max does not have a power button, and there is no concept of switching on and off at all, just like the iPod of the year. Apple's idea is that you don't need to consider the problem of switching on and off-as long as the headset is not working, it will automatically enter a low-power mode.
In fact, as long as the headset is not working, you can enter a low-power state, hang it around your neck, and put it on the table, not necessarily in a smart protective case. The principle is that the light sensor on the headset is monitoring whether the headset is worn on the head.
As for the power consumption of this low power consumption, I will give back to you later.
This feature is amazing, but it doesn't make a difference with AirPods Pro.
AirPods Pro did not use ASMR because it did not fit the ASMR ear canal. The subjective feeling is not much worse than AirPods Max. It may be because the passive noise reduction of earplugs is better, that is, the ears are blocked tighter.
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