Turn AirPods into wired USB-C headphones

This article is not recommended for sensitive people, because it has all the ingredients to become everything that is wrong with technology. We are talking about the new occurrence of an engineer obsessed with installing a USB-C cable to the different Apple products.

I know that in Apple Park in Cupertino they have a photograph of him with a target. His latest idea has been to turn AirPods into USB-C wired headphones. We also do not know what can lead a person to carry out such a task, what we do know is that this engineer enjoys a huge amount of free time and a wonderful mind.

In case you had any doubts, we are talking about Ken Pillonel, the first engineer to modify an iPhone to include a USB-C port. Subsequently, He got to work with the AirPods box, betting on also putting a USB-C port on them, but he did not want to stay there. You’ve disassembled, wired, and rebuilt second-generation AirPods to fit a working USB-C port and cabling.

It has merit, considering that the AirPods at the time got a scale of 0 out of 10 in repairability according to iFixit.

Be that as it may, Ken Pillonel has seen fit for the cable to be black, thus making a rather aesthetic contrast (get the irony).

The trigger that motivated the engineer to carry out this task is that the batteries of his AirPods were quite deteriorated, and at first the idea was to replace them, but you know, one thing leads to another… The video that has been uploaded to YouTube and where we find the whole process, In case anyone wants to replicate it, It already accumulates almost 20,000 visits. However, considering that Apple sells the Wired AirPods for €15 on Amazon, the same does not come out to us so much trouble.

Source: Actualidad iPhone by www.actualidadiphone.com.

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