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Apple-designed driver provides high-fidelity audio

Active Noise Cancellation blocks outside noise

Transparency mode for hearing the world around you

Designed for an exceptional fit

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What are the AirPods Max specifications? Collapsed link

AirPods Max over ear headphones are designed to fit comfortably with cushioned cups.

Apple-designed driver provides high-fidelity audio for the best sound quality.

Apple AirPods Max have Active Noise Cancellation which blocks out the noise for uninterrupted listening.

Bluetooth 5.0 means you can connect AirPods Max wirelessly to your devices.


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How do I pair my Apple AirPods Max with my devices? Collapsed link

Take your AirPods Max out of the case and hold next to the device you wish to pair with.

The set-up option should appear on your device screen. Tap 'connect' to pair.


What colours do AirPods Max come in? Collapsed link

Air Pods Max are available in two stunning finishes at O2: Silver and Space Grey.

What is AirPods Max battery life like? Collapsed link

On a single charge, your AirPod Max headphones will last up to 20 hours.


Low battery mode is activated when the headphones are left down and stationary for over 5 minutes. If the Pods spend more than 72 hours out of the Smart Case, lower battery mode will be activated. This preserves battery even more by turning off capabilities such as Find My and Bluetooth.


Plus, when the battery for the headphones is running low, you'll receive a notification on your iPhone or iPad.

When is AirPods Max release date? Collapsed link

AirPods Max were released on 15th December, 2020. They're available to buy now at O2.

Are AirPods Max waterproof? Collapsed link

No, they're not. AirPods Max are neither waterproof or water resistant, so avoid getting them wet where possible.

What is AirPods Max sound quality like? Collapsed link

The Apple-designed driver provides exceptional sound quality, meaning every frequency you hear is crystal clear. The industry-leading noise cancelling capabilities mean you can block out unwanted noise from the outside world, so you can fully immerse yourself into the audio.

What are the differences between AirPods Max vs AirPods Pro? Collapsed link

The main difference between these two devices is the price. The AirPods Pro is the more affordable option, however, both sets of earphones are available via a pay monthly option at O2. Browse AirPods Pro 2 deals.


Other differences include the design. The Max's offer an over-ear experience, fully immersing you in high quality audio. While the Pro's in-ear design provides a comfortably snug fit, so you can be sure no interruptions disrupt your music.


Both sets of headphones have exceptional, industry-leading audio quality. So whichever you choose, you're guaranteed an incredible sound experience.

The legal bit

  1. Spatial audio works with films, TV and video in supported apps. Requires iPhone or iPad.
  2. Requires an iCloud account and macOS 11.1, iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, or tvOS 14.3 or later.
  3. Battery life varies by use. See for details.

*Each year your Airtime Plan will be increased by the Retail Price Index (RPI) rate of inflation announced in February plus 3.9%. If RPI is negative, we’ll only apply the 3.9%. You’ll see this increase on your April 2024 bill onwards. See