Apple dropped a new ad on YouTube under AirPods Pro titled ‘Jump’

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Apple Airpods Pro Jump
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Apple just launched a new trailer/teaser video on YouTube solidifying the rumors about the probable launch of a new version of AirPods Pro. Interestingly, Apple’s YouTube channel has also been updated with a new header image that showcases the photo of the AirPods Pro. The Pro version of the AirPods was introduced back in 2019. The ad features the song “Fallin’ Apart (Feat. Denzel Curry and Pell)” by Young Franco.

The Californian tech giant is only days away from officially introducing the new models of AirPods, and the new video confirms the new model’s existence. The rumors about the AirPods 3 had surfaced quite a while ago, and some reports even claim that the company will introduce the next generation of its entry-level wireless earbuds sometime next week. The new advertisement certainly highlights the AirPods Pro model.

The new video is titled “Jump”, and a person wearing probably the new generation of the AirPods is running and jumping through time to the beat of the music, uninterrupted.

It is interesting to note that throughout the video, only the sound of music is audible which could possibly indicate the noise-canceling feature of the AirPods. At a point, the ad highlights the Active Cancellation Mode which effectively reduces the noise from the external environment. The user is shown to be performing or rather playing which also involves a certain level of physical exertion, but the existence of the AirPods does not hinder his playtime.

“Turn the world into your playground with AirPods Pro,” Apple says in the video description. The ad is also eerily similar to another Apple advertisement called ‘Bounce’ which also featured a man jumping down the street wearing the AirPods, the second generation model.

The comments section of the video is turned off, and as of now, the video has 103,488 views.