Apple Still Claims 'AirPods Are Not Bad'

Jan 16, 2017 05:30 AM EST | Danica Esguerra


Ever since Apple released the latest iPhone 7 model, the air pods that come with it didn't quite clicked with the public. Now, Apple tries to prove to the public that air pods are not that bad.

Apple's Air Pods are the latest trend from the company after the reveal of their iPhone 7. Its wireless headphones capable of instantly connecting to some of Apple's products like the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad or Mac. It uses the Bluetooth technology in order to pair up instantly to any of iOS devices. Unfortunately, the reception for this technology didn't quite fit with most of Apple's customers. Since it is wireless, chances of those pods falling out of the ears when in use is high. The wires are what keeps the pods in place for earphones.

Tim Cook, Apple's current CEO said that the Air Pods don't come off from his ear when he uses it. In an interview with last year's "Good Morning America," Cook said that he uses the Air Pods to his daily task. "I've been on treadmills, walking, doing all the things you normally do. You know how you walk around with the earbuds and they're constantly getting caught on something? You never have that problem." Cook is also a fan of dancing and said that the Air Pods don't fall off when he dances.

This year, Apple released different Air Pod advertisements to ensure fans that there is nothing to worry about when using the Air Pods. The company released a lot of advertisement videos that shows how the pods are attached to the person's ear while doing various stunts like dancing, dancing on ceilings, and dancing on walls.

Right now, the company is still waiting for the fan's reception of their advertisement video. They hope that it'll ease the doubt that most have with the Air Pods. For those who are still skeptical about it, Apple already announced that they could buy the wire for those Air Pods for $10.

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