The 2nd generation of Apple Air Pods are reviewed in detail as follows

Until we’ve reviewed both models fully, we can’t speak to whether the Powerbeats Pro or the AirPods (2019)come out on top in terms of sound, but we can safely assume connectivity and pairing times are near-enough identical, as both models use Apple’s newly designed H1 headphone chip.  Aside from the variations in design, there’s one other big difference between the two true wireless earbud models: the price. At $249 / £219 / AU$350, the Powerbeats Pro are nearly $100 more expensive than the AirPods (2019); a sizable contrast considering the two models share a lot of the same technology, including wireless charging and Siri-enabled voice control.

So, what do you get for that extra $100? You get an earbud which is made for sports, and the ability to personalize them with adjustable eartips and a variety of color-ways – unlike the AirPods (2019). Whether the sound quality matches that high price remains to be seen, but it is possible to buy commendable true wireless earbuds for far less; after all, some of the best true wireless earbuds currently on the market are the Optoma NuForce BE Free5 wireless earbuds, which come in at just $100 (about £75, AU$134)