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See just how fun AirPods cases can be

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Your AirPods case doesn’t have to stay plain white.
Screenshot: Apple

Apple Korea created a video to demonstrate some unusual ways to fancy up AirPods charging cases. Many people decorate their Mac and iPhone, and pick a stylish Apple Watch band too. Why leave this AirPods accessory plain white?

Watch the video now:

Unique iPhone battery case charges AirPods, too

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Power1 iPhone battery case also stores and charges AirPods
The Power1 is an iPhone battery case and AirPods charging case in one.
Photo: Power1

People who carry their iPhone and AirPods everywhere might really use the Power1. Not only does this battery case charge the handset, it includes a built-in AirPods charging case.

It’s just been fully funded on Kickstarter, but there are still pre-release specials available.

Grab this stylish, Qi-compatible leather AirPods case for a steal

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Not only do they perfectly fit into AirSnap, but even in-case the charging status light is still visible.
AirPods fit perfectly into the AirSnap case, and the charging light remains visible.
Photo: Twelve South

AirSnap is back on our radar with a new 10% discount. As part of our Watch Store’s limited-time deals and discounts, over the next few days we’ll be offering price slashes on some of your favorite products and tech accessories.

A clear customer favorite, AirSnap is a super-tough, ultra-stylish leather case for AirPods. Compatible with Qi charging pads and your new wireless charging AirPods case (pictured above), this compact, portable case became a megahit in the Cult of Mac Watch Store.

Snap these up fast for a real deal before they sell out.

AirPods meet fidget spinner in one distraction-worthy charging case [Deals]

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This stylish AirPod 2 charging case does double duty as a mind-relaxing fidget spinner.
This stylish AirPod 2 charging case does double duty as a mind-relaxing fidget spinner.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

Ever since the smartphone, we’ve come to expect our tech to serve many uses. AirPods cases are no exception, with the ability to keep your earbuds safe and wirelessly charged up. Now they’ve gained a new use: fidget spinner.

AirSnap gives new AirPods the tough protection they deserve

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A gorgeous leather case armors your new AirPods 2 against theft, damage, and debris.
A gorgeous leather case armors your new AirPods against theft, damage and debris.
Photo: Twelve South

Yesterday, Apple launched the long-awaited second-gen AirPods, and its online stores are already having trouble keeping the updated wireless headphones in stock. You’ll likely be waiting a little longer while Apple races to keep up with orders. With impressive new features like the Wireless Charging Case, H1 chip, “Hey Siri” support and up to 50 percent more talk time, you’ll also be needing durable protection to keep these new accessories pristine and safe.

Enter AirSnap, the perfect way to keep your brand-new (and pricey) AirPods safe from damage, debris and theft. Snag this ultra-stylish and compact leather travel case while you wait for your new AirPods to ship.

HyperJuice AirPods wireless charger does what Apple can’t

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The HyperJuice is an AirPods wireless charger that, unlike Apple's, is available now, not sometime in the future.
The HyperJuice is an AirPods wireless charger that, unlike Apple's, is available now, not sometime in the future.
Photo: Hyper

Conspicuously absent from the Apple event yesterday was the AirPods wireless charger that the company first showed off last year. Well, you don’t have to wait for Apple to get its act together because a third-party accessory maker called Hyper just announced its own solution.

HyperJuice is a snap-on adapter to the Apple AirPods Charging Case, allowing it to get power from any Qi wireless charger.

With AirPods, Apple gets back to ‘it just works’ [Review]

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lost AirPods
Apple's wireless earphones are easily one of the company's best products of 2016.
Photo: Ste Smith/Cult of Mac

Apple’s EarPods have always been a go-to favorite for me. They’re included with every iPhone, always sound good enough for what I need, and I’ve always found them comfortable. Even going back to the good old iPod days, I’ve always kept a pair close to hand.

But now Apple’s moving on into the “wireless future” with its new AirPods. These completely wireless earphones let you listen to music and podcasts, make phone calls and talk to Siri. But just how do they measure up?