Apple now offers free engraving on AirPod cases

The holidays may be behind us now, but there are always opportunities to give gifts to loved ones. AirPods are a good option, especially since the Cupertino firm now offers personalized engraving on the charging case.

If you’re looking to personalize the charging case of your Apple AirPods, or a pair you’d like to give as a gift, you might be interested to know that Apple now offers personalization for free. New buyers can have an emoji, name, initials, phone number or date engraved on the case.

Apple offers free personalization of the AirPod case

As you can see in the image above, users can choose to add the text of their choice – short, of course – or an emoji. Unfortunately, the choice on this side is quite limited since only about 30 options are available. But we still find the poop emoji. At least that was necessary for the option to be interesting. In any case, it’s a good way to customize your case and find it more easily among your friends’ cases. Which is sometimes not an easy task, we must admit.

A nice option for a gift

However, the engraving process itself only draws gray lines on the case. It is impossible to add any color to the case. You’ll have to do without. If you desperately wanted a colorful emoji (or small drawing), you’ll have to use a third-party service, as Apple won’t be able to satisfy your request. Note that this customization option is available for 2nd generation AirPods and AirPod Pro. In other words, if you buy a new pair of AirPods from Apple, don’t forget that the Apple brand now offers free engraving.

Adam Still

A self-professed tech and coding geek, Adam currently attends Yale University as a Computer Science major and, as a talented developer, has already made numerous contributions to open source Python libraries including SciPy and NumPy. He is the leading editor of The Windy Apple and takes a major interest in technology news and the latest developments of all tech companies, especially Apple. His current phone is an iPhone XS.

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About Adam Still

A self-professed tech and coding geek, Adam currently attends Yale University as a Computer Science major and, as a talented developer, has already made numerous contributions to open source Python libraries including SciPy and NumPy. He is the leading editor of The Windy Apple and takes a major interest in technology news and the latest developments of all tech companies, especially Apple. His current phone is an iPhone XS. 2605 Copperhead Road, New Britain Connecticut, 06051 860-612-8283 [email protected]

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