If you ask Tirha Herzig, my 11-year old niece, AirPods were the blockbuster gift of 2019. She was absolutely speechless when the last present under our Christmas tree turned out to contain a dental floss-size pillbox with her first pair of AirPods. She knew exactly what it was, like a high-tech Tiffany jewelry box, and squealed with delight before she even opened it. I have to admit that I was a bit stunned by how excited she was to own a small pair of wireless earbuds—not exactly the sort of fashion statement you would expect from a girl who recently got her ears pierced and doesn’t even own a smartphone (strictly iPod Touch for the time being). But that’s all the more reason to step back and quietly reflect on the wearables revolution that Apple has spawned. advertisement advertisement According to Apple, wearables accounted for as much as $10 billion of their most recent quarterly sales, up from $7.3 billion the previous year, with AirPods and AirPods Pro leading the charge. Apple doesn’t break out separate numbers for each of its wearable product lines, but Tim Cooke confirmed that the company is having trouble meeting demand for the Pro, due… Read full this story
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