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I just got my AirPods. Opened the case, and bam, the phone offered to connect to them. Connecting to the computer required me to hit a little button that I didn't even notice at first. I understand what people mean when they talk about how satisfying it is to open and close the case. They aren't going to fall out - I think that people who are worried about them falling out (aside from those with unusually shaped/sized ears?) are not assigning enough blame to the cords on normal earbuds. So far, these seem awesome… I can't wait to give them a try while I'm practicing (later today). P.S. Virtually no need for these, though if you're super active and riding a bike or something like that, I can see the appeal for <$10.
http://www.loopinsight.com/2018/01/24/on-homepod-and-audio-quality/ And: And: And: And: It's available for pre-order now, but I've not ordered one, largely because: I'm not sure how it handles multiple users. All three of us in our family have iPhones, Siri, AppleIDs, etc. I'm not sure how much I'd use it - I'm not often in the same room. We don't listen to a lot of music at home. I think it will sound phenomenal, in part based on what is up above, as well as the in-person stuff dating to last June.
Just curious… what do you guys do with your music? I haven't subscribed to Apple Music. I have no plans to, either. If I like music, I like to buy it. I also don't have time to listen to much music, either, so if I did I could see subscribing, but right now I still have an iTunes Match subscription only, and find that's a perfectly good way to get the music I have stored on my home computer (because it's also stored with Apple as music I own) on any other device.
With carts with bluetooth technology, speakers, and such, more and more people are cranking up (their sh*ty) music and drive right up the front group's tee box. Many of them have no sense to turn their music down, or ask the front group if it bothers them. What's up with that? Turn that sh*t down or off, or ask if the music bothers others. No one wants to hear your rap, country, new wave, punk rock when he is just about to tee off.