Well, this is some welcome travel news. Soon you will be able to lock yourself inside an AirPod Sleeping Pod when you are at the airport so you watch a little Netflix, take a nap and in no way have to intreract with all the gross people.
So, what exactly is an AirPod I hear you asking? Good question. You’re sharp.
According to the folks who are in the process of making them…
AirPod Sleeping Pod is a private “capsule style” unit designed to be installed in public spaces such as, airports, hotels, railway & bus stations, shopping centers, and offices.
AirPod is full of cutting-edge technologies that enable users to undertake tasks in total privacy and comfort while still remaining in the heart of a public or commercial space. AirPod will contain features to enhance the user experience such as Wi-Fi, touch screen monitor, air conditioning, sound reduction technology, smart-glass privacy, mood lighting and anti-stress ambient programming.
Hell to the yes, I say. Total privacy.
Now I have a question. Who is going to be cleaning these things? Because without fail there are going to be some people doing very nasty stuff in them. I need to know the answer to that before I feel comfortable doing this…
Ah, here we go.
AirPod has integrated scent machine which refines and perfumes the air with the procedure of cold micro-molecular dispersion. It eliminates 100% of unpleasant smells and increases the level of oxygen atoms in the air and negative ions. Integrated LED lights for disinfection that turns on after each user. The last step before next customer can use AirPod is a physical check by our staff at the airport.
Okay, I’m in. Let’s do this.
Aww, man. Unfortunately, before that happens, first they are putting them in airports in Europe for some dumb reason.
Maybe by the time they come to America the company will have figured out how to make them mobile and drivable, like little airport cars, so I don’t have to interact with people at all until I am required to board my flight.
That’s all assuming Apple doesn’t sue the bejeezus out of them for copying the name of their earbuds.