Apple Showcases Cute Ways Customers Have Customized Their AirPods Cases in Korean Ad

Apple today shared a new AirPods ad in Korea that showcases a variety of cute ways in which customers have customized their AirPods charging cases, including adding heart stickers, teddy bear ornaments, salt and pepper decals, and more. Many of the AirPods cases have also been transformed into keychains.


Apple does not offer any of these customization options for AirPods cases in Korea or elsewhere and is merely promoting the creativity of its Korean customers. The ad is featured at the top of Apple's homepage in Korea.

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This follows Apple's creative "Bounce" ad that highlighted the newer wireless charging case available for AirPods.

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Top Rated Comments

Defender2010 Avatar
37 months ago
I think Apple are missing a trick by not selling an official AirPods silicone cover in matching iPhone/Apple Watch bands colours. $20
Score: 17 Votes (Like | Disagree)
FightTheFuture Avatar
37 months ago
An Apple ad I actually like. Haven't liked any in a long while. It's got the old Apple ad vibe to it from when Steve Jobs was around.
It’s actually very similar to the MacBook Air “stickers” tv spot from 4/5 years ago:


Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Nicky G Avatar
37 months ago
AKA: “look how desperate our customers get when we don’t offer colour options”
Oh give me a break. If you don't want to put your airpod case in another case, you don't have to. Some people have fun with this stuff, it makes them happy. What's going on in your life, if that makes you unhappy?
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bryanios Avatar
37 months ago
I guess Koreans like this stuff...
Maybe your people just don’t like it
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
needfx Avatar
37 months ago
I see baby shark, I vote up
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
37 months ago
An Apple ad I actually like. Haven't liked any in a long while. It's got the old Apple ad vibe to it from when Steve Jobs was around.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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