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AirPod Beanies bring back the infamous iPod sock for a new generation

AirPod Beanies bring back the infamous iPod sock for a new generation

The infamous iPod sock is getting a successor of sorts from accessory company Native Union in the form of "AirPods Beanies"—a comfortable knit case where you can keep your existing case of AirPods for an added layer of protection.

A quick piece of history for those of you who are just lost. Of all the products Apple has made over the years, the iPod Sock is definitely one of them: a set of six colorful, two-tone knit sleeves designed to fit Apple's various iPods for both style and protection. has been designed. was designed. A bizarre piece of Apple history, iPod socks recently sold for a relatively expensive (for socks) $29 for a pack of six, the equivalent of a $20 screen cleaning cloth.

But thanks to their relatively universal shape (because, again, they were basically just knit socks) and bright colors, iPod socks were relatively popular and on shelves for nearly a decade, before Apple introduced the product in 2012. has been closed.

Native Union's remake aimed to emulate the overall style of the original iPod sock, featuring chunky ribbed waves, a two-tone color scheme, and even tags on the corners (albeit with Apple and iPod markings instead of the company's own). with people). with). Native Union has also updated the shape, making them more suitable for AirPods cases (minus iPods) and updated the colors for a trendier pastel lineup. The company also assures that the AirPod Beanies will not affect wireless Qi charging and that they will universally fit all of Apple's earbud cases.

Native Union AirPod Beanies are sold in packs of four for $19.99 and are available now from its website.

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