Bene, se apple riesce a mettere un DAC accettabile in un adattatore da 9$ pure le cuffie da Autogrill a pochieuro restano una possibilità nell'era ligthtning, anche senza esser ricorsi alla scorciatoia di aggiungere l'audio analogico in lightning sugli iphone dal 7 in avanti.
The charging case not only acts as a storage and charging device, but whenever an earbud is pulled from the capsule it immediately turns on. This creates a really seamless experience but provides annoyances whenever the earbuds refuse to connect to your devices. Even worse, if the charging capsule’s battery dies and your earbuds technically still have battery life remaining and you just placed them in the capsule for storage, getting the earbuds to turn back on is annoyingly difficult. It seems that whenever the capsule’s battery dies, the Earin has no way of knowing when to turn back on.
Even the smallest rubber tips feel too big in my ear, and over time it feels like the pieces are “expanding” in my ears. For reasons like that I’ve stuck with the Apple EarPods for so long. They don’t rely on sitting deep in the ear canal to get a comfortable fit.
The range on the Earin was much better than expected, but users should be aware of device/iPhone placement when using them. Earin’s user guide explains to users that depending on where they place their device, specifically behind them, that interference would occur. Looking at the reviews for the Earin on Amazon, a lot of customers complained that the earbuds would disconnect from one another and sort of create a “swaying” audio experience. The last pair of true wireless earbuds I tested also had this issue, and I’m beginning to foresee this being a problem for all true wireless earbuds.
This swaying audio experience occurs whenever one of the earbuds disconnects from the other, and then quickly reconnects. In my case the Earin would play audio fine to both earbuds, then the right earbud would disconnect, and then quickly reconnect. Normally it took only half a second to reconnect until it just decided not to…
This brings up the most annoying experience in using the Earin earbuds; more often than I felt comfortable with the earbuds would disconnect from each other and have no way of reconnecting. In the previously described audio sway scenario, I often had the right earbud fully disconnect and never reconnect to the left earbud. The only way to get them to reconnect and communicate with one another again was to place them inside the charging capsule and then pull them back out. This “reset“ them, as putting it in the case and removing it powered them off and on again. Tie this in with the strange dead capsule battery issue listed under the charging case section above, and you have an overall annoying experience in what should be so much simpler.
also al posto del headphone jack hanno potuto mettere un barometric vent che permette un miglior funzionamento dell'altimetro adesso che per il resto l'iphone è più sigillato del solito
also se l'alternativa era un jack grosso quanto quello impermeabile Samsung, ancora peggio
e grazie che poi il waterproofing lo mettono una generazione sì e una no
il bello di apple è che le feature una volta introdotte tendenzialmente si possono dare per scontate nei successivi modelli: non ci sará mai più un iPhone con resistenza inferiore a iP67. Non ci sarà mai più un iphone con headphone jack. I benefici in termini di spazio per batteria ed altri componenti vanno visti come spalmati sui prossimi 10 iphone.