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Apple Mask Pro concept counters coronavirus concerns with laughs


The pinnacle of mask technology.
Photo: Justin Ciappara

The global coronavirus outbreak is wreaking havoc on iPhone sales, but one Apple fan thinks Apple should turn its attention to the booming surgical facemask market with its own solution. Meet the Apple Mask.

Graphic designer Justin Ciappara whipped up this hilarious Apple Mask concept that perfectly hits all the Apple cliches. You’ve probably never seen a surgical mask that looks this good. And of course, it’s got a big price tag to match.

Check out the different options:

You didn’t think Apple Mask Pro would be affordable, did you?
Photo: Justin Ciappara

Obviously, Apple is never going to sell a mask to the public, though we wouldn’t put it past the company to design its own masks for internal use. After all, this is the company the reinvented the pizza box just for its cafeteria.

The hypothetical Apple Mask Pro would boast features like 20.2” Super Fabric XDR Material and water resistance up to 4 meters deep for 30 minutes at a price of just $400. For the peasants that can’t afford the Pro model, there’s also a cheap iMask version that costs $100 but only filters viruses for 1 hour. Apple would probably likely also charge more for straps and extra filters.

Of course, there would also be some special edition designer versions too.


Look great while avoiding quarantine.
Photo: Justin Ciappara



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