Apple AirPods Max review: stunning sound, painful price

Top luxury noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones – but at a price that demands perfection

Apple’s first own-brand noise-cancelling headphones are heavy on the luxury and sound – but also on price.

The AirPods Max cost £549 and are the most expensive of Apple’s headphones line that includes the £159 AirPods, £249 AirPods Pro and sets from the Beats brand such as the £270 Solo Pro and £300 Studio 3 Wireless.

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