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AirPods Safety Strap looks like a joke, but it’s the help Apple needs

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Whether it’s a total hoax, Photoshop joke or an earnest attempt at addressing a need, the AirPod Safety Strap is simply awesome for a number of reasons.

First off, it highlights, in no uncertain terms, what I’ve believed since Wednesday: Apple’s new wireless AirPods are so ridiculously designed, they’re an internet meme waiting to happen. And that’s exactly what did happen after Apple’s iPhone 7 event. The only problem is that the AirPods are real and Apple really wants you to pay $159 for these things. 

Enter the AirPod Safety Strap, something we’re going to call a concept accessories idea that provides an attachment allowing you to connect the two AirPod devices together, presumably making them harder to lose. It’s described as “a connection strap for the new AirPods so they do not get lost,” and comes with a pre-order page selling it for $19.95. (That would bring your total AirPods cost to almost $180!)  Read more…

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