Apple’s AirPods are brilliant — super easy to use, they sound decent and they’re undoubtedly futuristic. Here are three accessories that help shore up some of the weaknesses of the product, and make them easier to use. Let’s get started!
Everything you need to work around Apple’s silly decision to ship an iPhone without a port that has been in continuous use for literally the past fifty years — or make the best of Apple’s new AirPods
There are plenty of Apple chargers on the market, but not all of them are genuine. Apple recently stated in a lawsuit that more than 90% of the so-called genuine Apple accessories that they found on Amazon were actually counterfeits. Here is Apple’s complaint:
Yesterday we looked at some of the best fully wireless alternatives to Apple’s upcoming AirPods — which included some very advanced but also quite expensive models. Today, we’re back to have a look at the other side of the coin: more traditional Bluetooth headphones that offer a good fit and excellent portability at a much lower price point.
Apple’s AirPods are impressive pieces of technology, but their average-at-best sound quality and limited compatibility might inspire you to look for better or cheaper alternatives. Here are our recommendations — starting with five completely wireless in-ear headphones.