Apple has just introduced the AirPods Max headphones. The high-end over-ear headphones have plenty of fancy features, some great color options, and will work seamlessly with Apple hardware, such as Macs, iPhones, and iPads. Unsurprisingly, some of the features of the AirPods Max will only work with Apple hardware, but that doesn’t mean Windows users are left entirely in the cold. The first shipments of AirPods Max are set to arrive on December 15, 2020.
As reported by Stephen Nellis from Reuters, the AirPods Max has an H1 audio processor in each ear, which allows transparency mode and noise cancellation to work on Windows and Android devices. Other features, such as spatial audio, will only work with specific Apple hardware.
This is par for the course for Apple hardware. If you’re on Apple hardware and software across the board, you’ll get a seamless experience and excellent support. If you mix in hardware or software from other companies, such as a Windows 10 PC, you’ll get some support but will miss out on some features. While some of our readers are loyal to one operating system, many people have a combination of iOS, Android, and Windows devices. While it won’t be the best experience for the AirPods Max, it’s nice that someone who picks up the headphones for their iPhone, iPad, or other supported device can still use them to some capacity with their Windows PC or Android device.
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