We?ll be honest here, we have no idea how people experience Air Pods. Half the people we talk to like them, half don?t. They look cool but are easily lost. They?re nearly a perfect treatment for the missing headphone jack, but people hate that the headphone jack is gone. Honestly, we?re kind of done trying. Instead, we?ll say, black Air Pods are cool and folks should think about buying them. They?re a departure from the typical Apple white, but so are almost all of the iPhones we see, so that it makes perfect sense that accompanying accessories would be obtainable in other colors. Blackpods Apple didn?t seem to think this was a priority and BlackPods filled the market space.
Through a proprietary coating system, BlackPods takes your Air Pods and turns them into something The Rolling Stones would be proud of. They do the case too, and that means you won?t be putting black ear buds into a white case. You can buy the pods straight from the foundation or send your own private pair in. The difference is $150, but the quality of the ultimate product is identical.
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more stylish, less obtrusive version that matches a few of the other iPhone colors seemed obvious.?
Nick bought several pairs of AirPods and began the long, laborious procedure for figuring out how to paint them. After a little bit of testing he figured it out and commercialized the process.
?There are very few flat surfaces, optical sensors, and multiple acoustic openings (which are tiny, requiring millimeter precision). Creating a masking process that was not prohibitively expensive or time consuming was an enormous challenge, but people appear to be very happy with the product overall,? he said. And now he really wants to sell you some black AirPods. Each unit is painted yourself. Nick also paints AirPods that people send to him. You might have AirPods in any color so long as they?re black.