Bent on innovation as ever, Apple today announced the release of its new AirPods, wireless headphones equipped with advanced technology to reinvent the audio experience.

Built for ease-of-use and quick accessibility, the AirPods eliminate the hassles of wireless headphones - by just flipping open the lid of its charging case and one tap, the headphones are instantly ready to work with your iPhone or Apple Watch.

Some drastically powerful features include sensors that play and pause your music in exact accordance with your listening, and a new ultra-low power Apple W1 chip which allows the pair to deliver a premiere quality listening experience without compromising convenience.

The AirPods will also feature industry-leading battery life of 5 hours with only one charge. Additionally, the charging case can hold additional charges for up to 24 total hours of listening time.

Set to release in late October, the AirPods will be available for $159 from and Apple stores.

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