Imitation products and other Apple products have always been inadequate, especially the covers, cables and that kind of accessories are often invented without too much value, because institutional lies often end up with dire consequences. However, there is a product that is mimicked in satiety, AirPods. Apple & # 39; s TWS headphones have had unprecedented success and have created a "unique" market for products that are almost identical to AirPods. For a month I've been using different simulations of AirPods and AirPods Pro, sharing with you my experiences.
Where does AirPods simulation come from?
It all started the day when my first AirPods "flew" to care, someone would be enjoying somewhere far away. Since then there is no dinner where others father-in-law he just tells me the benefits of the Fake AirPods I had brought from China at 1/3 of the original price (in some cases it was too low). So far, the AirPods V1 and V2 simulations have been a real failure, the size was great, the communication was very bad and some even included funny LEDs. However, great need helped to make the product perfect.
In these lesser-known times it's easy to find AirPods Fake that without the subtle details you wouldn't be able to distinguish from the original, and if you value yourself a little you will find some that even have a real touch on their relationship with the iPhone, which is quite amazing. At this point, and I almost reached the unit with which I found this much sought after product, which was AirPods V2 designed to sell me basic services, but I had some emergencies that I was able to see and give the dealership a deal we were both excited about. Indeed, these Fake AirPods originated in China, the birthplace of imitation.
How can I distinguish some AirPods Fake from the original?
We usually have to use subtle details that, in addition, if you didn't have the original AirPods or had little contact with them, you would be very hard to distinguish them, but often the first difference is the quality of the materials, or They look the same, they don't feel the same. Here is some information to know if your AirPods are Fake:
- See what the back of the box means "Built by Apple in California, Assembled in China."
- AirPods V1 uses polished aluminum, AirPods V2 aluminum.
- AirPods allow you to change the name and change functions in the Bluetooth settings section (some imitations are also amazing).
- The serial number you can check for this ENALCE must be entered in the AirPods box to see if it is real.
In addition, some of the characters are really amazing and it's a difficult task to distinguish between the first, so especially you should be skeptical if the price is too low to encourage mistrust.
My experience with the Fake AirPods V2
My first contact was with the AirPods V2 Fake, the headphones were responsible for the wireless charging, the exact same box and the instruction manual. I quickly found the difference: Place It was built by Apole instead of Apple; They didn't agree to change the name in settings; They didn't appear in the search app and of course … the slightest difference, We are dealing with a product with a real 1: 1 ratio
These AirPods V2 Fake offers wireless charging, fast and automatic Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with the iPhone and even an AirPods picture appeared shortly after taking them out of the charging case. Depending on the autonomy, these AirPods V2 Fake provide three hours of continuous play and another three full loads with the box, so even at autonomous level we get the most efficient product. Its standard price ranges from 30 euros and the quality of its details is so accurate that the original AirPod accessories are 100% compatible with these. At the sound quality level, the point where I was very skeptical, we found good bass, strong volume and bad media, The actual sound level of the original AirPods was 8.5/10, but we got a real clear return, the microphone was the real color …
My experience with AirPods Pro Fake
The time has come to take another step. With my normal use of AirPods Pro discarded, I don't like earbuds and if I want an ANC I use the Kygo A11 / 800, but all in all. I got the AirPods Pro Fake for € 39, which is slightly cheaper than the previous one, but what the hell, Apple is selling them for € 280. Within a few days I received them and the excitement began. These AirPods Pro Fake provided iCloud sync, that is, they were able to find when using an iPhone, iPad or MacBook to automatically connect (they just came from search), integration with iOS was perfect, they allowed me to change the name, use or work to perform tasks, in the eyes of my iPhone they were original AirPods pieces.
Anyway, we're back real fast, little or no sound related to a particular AirPods Pro (if AirPods Pro was 10, this was 4), the box felt low even with naked eyes, and on top of all the connectivity problems came and went, especially in places like the subway where all this was interrupted.
Therefore, I've had original AirPods, some AirPods V2 Fake and AirPods Pro Fake. These small Apple heads have produced such an attractiveness that has laid a foundation that has never been seen in the imitation market, and the worst that even though it is human, is the real success of the Copertino company. Otherwise To say that these copies offer the same thing in the very least you want is misleading. Steve Jobs used to say that design is not just how you see it, but how it works, and Apple knows that for a while.
Frankly, if you've had the original AirPods and used Fake AirPods, it's like when you want Coca-Cola and they give you Pepsi, you solve it, but it's not something you really want. AirPods have a user experience that no audio product has been able to emulate, and that friends, is Apple's magic. I understand that in today's society looks can lead to this kind of different market, though Trying to convince yourself that the result is exactly the same as originally intended to remain false, is as false as your AirPods Fake. And don't forget, Apple is the one who sets the price, you decide whether to buy it, or are AirPods Pro 280 euros worth it?