The new Apple AirPods Max drops to its lowest price ever

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Today, the new Apple AirPods Max has dropped to the lowest price ever. They originally cost $549 at the Apple Store, however, Amazon has put up a special sale by saving you $100. This means anyone can purchase it for just $379.

The new AirPods Max by Apple

On the product page, a $70 discount is mentioned in red. However, if you look closely, buyers can save an additional $30 during checkout (labelled in green).

Apple AirPods Max

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Apple AirPods Max - Silver Apple AirPods Max - Silver $549.00 $449.00

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Apple AirPods Max - Space Gray Apple AirPods Max - Space Gray $549.00 $479.00

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Apple AirPods Max - Sky Blue Apple AirPods Max - Sky Blue $549.00 $479.00

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Apple AirPods Max - Pink Apple AirPods Max - Pink $549.00 $479.00

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Apple AirPods Max - Green Apple AirPods Max - Green $549.00 $479.00

The AirPods Max are Apple’s first over-ear headphones. They were announced on December 8, 2020, and released on December 15, 2020. It features Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, spatial audio support with Dolby Atmos, and a new “Hey Siri” feature.

The Apple AirPods Max has a unique design with an aluminium frame and mesh headband. The ear cups are made of memory foam and are covered in a mesh fabric. It weighs 0.64 pounds (290 grams).

It uses the H1 chip for better battery life and performance. They have a 20-hour battery life with Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode turned off.

With Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode turned on, the AirPods Max has 18-hour battery life. It charges with a Lightning connector and comes with a Smart Case.

They are available in five colors: Space Gray, Silver, Sky Blue, Green, and Pink.

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James Patterson

James Patterson is an Editor at iLounge. He has written about technology and lifestyle for over 15 years, including news, reviews, and in-depth guides. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Birmingham.