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is there noise from the cord?
I would like to understand how much noise is transmitted from the cord/cable bumping into other things (e.g. like bumping on chest/arm when running). I have some earphones which also have a Mic, and the noise transmission from the cord is terrible. Does these Apple earpods have the same problem?
- Asked by Douglas S
- Jan 11, 2013
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How to keep them from falling out of ear
I will put them in the ear but as soon as I turn my head they will fall out. Even when I drive with the cord out of the way they will not stay in my ear. If I buy the cheap ones with different caps and use the large ones the stay in better but are not as clear. In Washington state we have to use hands free so had to buy blue parrot blue tooth to drive with. It is a shame apple does not come up with something better. I really like the new ipods so clear they just keep falling out of my ears.
- Asked by Tom H from Waverly
- Nov 2, 2013
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What is the length of the ear bud cord, also is it possible to make the speaker wire a little longer so its closer to your mouth and not your neck?
- Asked by Marius V from Key West
- Jul 11, 2014
- Flag as inappropriate (What is the length of the ear bud cord, also is it possible to make the speaker wire a little longer so its closer to your mouth and not your neck?)
What is the EarPods carrying case like?
Is the case that comes with the earpods suitable for winding them up and carrying in a pocket? Is there a place in the box for the cord to wind around? About how big is the case?
- Asked by Asa D from Spring City
- Nov 24, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (What is the EarPods carrying case like?)
Do the Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic offer EMF shielding for iPhones?
Based on Apple's Legal RF Exposure the iPhones emit high frequency microwave radiation and should be held at least 10mm away from the body with respect of the hands-free built-in speakerphone! So it is of major concern for my family and I and I pose the question to the dangers of EMF, when conducting a private conversation; Does the Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic offer EMF shielding?
- Asked by Glen H from Ypsilanti
- Nov 18, 2013
- Flag as inappropriate (Do the Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic offer EMF shielding for iPhones?)
Single driver or dual driver? (driver = speaker)
Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic has two drivers in each earpiece.
They playback portions of songs you may have been listening to for years that you probably have never heard. The cord on the In-Ear Headphones has sharp edges on the remote that catch on the collar of mens shirts and is annoying every time you turn your head. It's nice to see that the remote on the EarPods seems to have fixed the problem. The EarPods have two opening facing the ear canal, so I want to know if that is because there two drivers or not.
- Asked by David B from Rye
- Sep 14, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (Single driver or dual driver? (driver = speaker))
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
- Flag as inappropriate (How do these compare to the Apple In-Ear Headphones?)
I have a bigger ear canal/slot/hole than most. As does everyone else in my family. Would these new earPods fit and hold better than the others?
The initial ear buds would always fall out of our ears with the slightest move. Whenever I would want to go running, I'd have to hold an ear bud up to my ear, which made running awkward. Or I would have to tape the ear buds to my ears and put my hoody up as to not be embarrassed. They would just never hold in their. I'm looking at the design of the earPods and I can't tell if they will stay in or slip out. I can't tell what is different about the design that would cause them to hold more. Will they?
- Asked by Douglas G from Kansas City
- Sep 23, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (I have a bigger ear canal/slot/hole than most. As does everyone else in my family. Would these new earPods fit and hold better than the others?)