It’s pretty crazy to think that a $159 product can be improved dramatically by a $5 accessory, but believe us when we tell you that’s the case. Apple’s AirPods offer incredible sound quality but sadly, most people don’t hear it. That’s because they’re made out of slick plastic that can’t isolate sound in your ear canal because it slips out. The EarBuddyz 2.0 Apple AirPods Covers fix the problem because th... (Date:05/24/2018 17:30) Read full article >>

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