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To what extent are they sweat-proof?
If I ran using the earbuds that came with my iPhone4, they did not function properly after I'd run a few miles - presuming that had to do with the amount of sweat.. that is, the playback would speed up (such that it sounded like chipmunks were singing), or it might randomly skip ahead to the next song while the first was playing, etc. This didn't happen when I switched to a non-apple set of earbuds, but it's recurred when I've used the original earbuds. I know they're not meant to be water-proof per se, but would like to have some assurance of that they'd still function properly while I exercise, too.
- Asked by Marla S from Rockville
- Sep 14, 2012
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Are EarPods water and sweat resistant?
The issue I've had with previous Apple Earbuds is that they tend to short circuit when they get sweaty during my workouts. Has anything been done to the construction of Apple EarPods to improve their sport performance?
- Asked by Jeffrey M from Lake Forest
- Sep 14, 2012
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Are they sweat resistant? The iPhone 5 video shows a guy running with them.
- Asked by Larry N from San Diego
- Sep 13, 2012
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Can i wash my earpods in water cz they are mentioned to be water resistant&sweat resistant?.. Can the earwax get into earpods speaker grills?
How do these compare to the Apple In-Ear Headphones?
For years I've had Apple In-Ear headphones, and I absolutely love them. I love that I can cancel out the rest of the world and just drown in the immense bass that they put out. I've read the reviews that say that these new EarPods have a ridiculous bass and are the best value headphones out there. But how do they compare to the Apple In-Ear. I've read that they beat Bose and Zune without breaking a sweat; but what about a fellow Apple product? Thanks!!
- Asked by Kathryn M from Savannah
- Sep 17, 2012
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