In 2019, I wrote an essay about AirPods—which still felt relatively new at the time—and their relationship to public space. My main argument was that AirPods would finally fulfill the dream of wearable technology, becoming ubiquitous and ever-present extensions of our bodies, always protruding from our ears as we moved through the world. AirPods would “…
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