Apple AirPods Pro drops to lowest ever price

Apple AirPods Pro price
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Anyone looking for Apple's best-selling earbuds at a more palatable price, read on.

AT&T is currently running an AirPod sale, which includes a rarely seen price cut on the all-new AirPods Pro. The price of Apple's latest true wireless earbuds have been reduced by a significant $26, bringing their asking price right down to $224 – otherwise known as the lowest price we've seen on them to date.

Apple AIrPods Pro $250 $224 at AT&T

Apple AIrPods Pro $250 $224 at AT&T
Under review, we called the AirPods Pro "exceptionally comfortable" and praised their "strong noise-cancelling and balanced, easy-going sound". As well suited to a long-haul flight as they are to a run around the block, they could be the only pair of headphones you ever need.

The 2019-released AirPods feature Apple's flagship H1 chip, as well as the firm's tastiest tech in the realm of true wireless headphones: voice control (with Siri) and effective active noise cancellation, complete with a most welcome Transparency mode for letting noise from the outside world in.

The AirPods Pro's user experience, unprecedented levels of comfort and choice of three ear tip sizes make the AirPods Pro a strong contender in the true wireless category. And if you're going to buy them, why not nab yourself a top deal in the process? 

Had your heart set on one of the more affordable AirPods models? AT&T also has the Apple AirPods (2nd gen) with charging case on sale for $143 (usually $159), while the AirPods (also 2nd gen) with wireless charging case is reduced to $170 (from $199) at Adorama. 

Our advice? Get them while the price is low and stocks last. If you've been hankering after a pair of AirPods, now is probably the moment.


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Becky has been a full-time staff writer at What Hi-Fi? since March 2019. Prior to gaining her MA in Journalism in 2018, she freelanced as an arts critic alongside a 20-year career as a professional dancer and aerialist – any love of dance is of course tethered to a love of music. Becky has previously contributed to Stuff, FourFourTwo, This is Cabaret and The Stage. When not writing, she dances, spins in the air, drinks coffee, watches football or surfs in Cornwall with her other half – a football writer whose talent knows no bounds.