Windows 10 taught to work with headphones Apple AirPods

Windows 10 with apple airpod

The Windows 10 operating system will receive full support for working with the Apple AirPods headset. Information about this appeared in the official blog of OS developers.

Now computers running Windows 10 can connect wireless headphones using only two codecs – the outdated SBC and the Android AptX, which is widespread in the world. Apple’s popular headphones, which only support AAC, could not fully work with a PC.

The changes to how Bluetooth headsets work will be rolled out to Windows 10 as part of a major system update that will become available in May 2021. New OS builds will support the AAC codec.

The changes are interesting not only for users of “apple” products – the AAC codec is supported by many other wireless headphones, which are still forcibly connected to a computer via SBC, which does not provide high-quality sound transmission.

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