Apple praises the Year of the Ox with restricted AirPods Pro in Asia
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- January 7, 2021
February 12th denotes the first day of Lunar New Year, with 2021 introducing the Year of the Ox and saying goodbye to the Year of the Rat. To observe, Apple is releasing restricted edition AirPods Pro in certain Asian nations, with a case branded with another version of the cow emoticon.
Apple has likewise given an ox-themed makeover to its logo on some regional versions of its website.
The special edition AirPods Pro sell at a similar cost as the ordinary AirPods Pro, which is similarly also considering you can order those with any text or emoji you need engraved working on it for free. They’re 1,999 yuan ($310) in terrain China, for instance, and they’re additionally available to be purchased in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Apple is restricting orders to two for every client, and the AirPods Pro might be accessible at retail Apple Stores as well as Apple’s local websites in each region. The Year of the Ox just comes around once like 12 years, however, so in the event that you do purchase these you may end up wanting to trade them out for a tiger-themed model in a year’s time — assuming Apple decides to release one.