Deal: Get the latest AirPods Pro for just $199

AirPods Pro.
AirPods Pro; Image: Apple Newsroom

Planning to get a new pair of AirPods? This is the perfect time to get a pair of AirPods if you missed out on the Black Friday Deals. Verizon is currently offering $50 off on the latest AirPods Pro (2nd generation), which was launched by Apple in September of last year. This is a limited-time offer and is only valid till supplies last.

The AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is powered by the new H2 chip, which elevates the Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode experience along with offering longer battery life. In addition to Touch control for Media Playback, users can adjust the volume directly from the stem. The brand-new charging case now has support for precision finding with the U1 chip, a new Lanyard Loop, and a speaker, which will help users easily find their AirPods case by playing a sound on the Find My App. Apple is also offering an additional ear tip size – Extra Small for a better and more comfortable fit.

AirPods Pro (2nd generation) Case
AirPods Pro (2nd generation) Case;
Image: Apple Newsroom

Personalized Spatial Audio will make a substantial difference in your listening experience if you’ll be upgrading from the AirPods (1st generation) or AirPods (2nd generation).

Personalised Spatial Audio;
Personalized Spatial Audio;
Image: Apple Newsroom

Get the AirPods Pro at $199.99 through Verizon by clicking here.

Additionally, with the purchase of any AirPods, customers are eligible to get Apple Music free for six months. This offer is only available for new subscribers. Visit for more details.

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Pururaj Dutta
Author: Pururaj Dutta

Editor & Manager of Redfruit Media Brands

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