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In December of 2016, Apple released their first truly wireless earphones the Airpods to the general public. Many panned them as a gimmicky, overpriced joke comparing their sound to the $30 EarPods thrown in the box with every iPhone. To the shock of many, serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk called the Airpods “the best product Apple has put out since the iPhone itself” during peak Airpods hate. Two years later, I will be defending Vaynerchuk’s statement, as a response to the device’s explosion in popularity, in anticipation of a possible refresh, and as a way for me to finally express my feelings about the products put out by the clearly flawed, yet deeply innovative company known as Apple.
When discussing Airpods, the most important thing to consider is their form factor. Many who criticized the Airpods claimed that due to their small size they would inevitably be lost. This so often criticized aspect of the earphones is ultimately what has led to their success. People don’t buy the Airpods because they’re the absolute best sounding, or the most affordable earphones; instead people choose them because they provide the most intuitive, convenient listening experience ever. To truly understand the appeal of the Airpods you have to first understand the potential they have to radically alter the way someone consumes content. Airpods allow you to grab a small case out of your pocket, flip it open and place two small devices in each of your ears. That’s it, no tripping over wires, no holding buttons to connect, just a clean, seamless transition into music listening or any other type of content consumption. While this may seem uninteresting on paper, and Apple may not technically be the first company to put out a product like this, they are undeniably the first to execute this concept well and put out a product that can immediately be integrated into the personal ecosystems of the 100s of millions of Apple users around the world. When I first heard about the Airpods I thought they looked ridiculous, yet something led me to purchase them, soon after which I quickly fell in love with strange looking little earphones.
Like most of Apple’s products, the Airpods served as a polished, streamlined version of already existing products, a melding of different technologies combining into one unique experience. Before the Airpods there were other fully wireless earphones, but none of them offered the combination of battery life, user experience, and ecosystem at this point still provided exclusively by Apple. Apple doesn’t generally do things first, they instead focus their attention to do things best. Their design was initially panned by many online as odd and even silly, but thanks to the earphones’ immense popularity, are now a normal part of everyday life, at least here in Southern California. I remember how silly I felt when I first got my Airpods back in May of 2017, going out running with them and receiving more than a few stares. Now, almost every time I go in public, I can find at least one person wearing the Airpods, often at least a few. After only a few days of owning them I began to consider them an essential part of daily life, performing in a way no other earphones had for me before. I am thrilled to see how many others are now going through the same experience I did.
In the same way that critics and those in the tech industry criticized the first iPhone for its lack of a physical keyboard (albeit to a lesser degree), the Airpods were initially met with harsh ridicule for a number of other rather odd reasons. Many lacked the foresight to see the culture-changing product that was the iPhone because of its lack of the antiquated hardware keyboard, in the same way the Airpods were initially written off by critics for being fully wireless and “easy to lose”.
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