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Tech giant Panasonic invents a device to find Apple AirPods.

With the Apple AirPods being one of the most popular audio earphone accessories to date, it goes without saying that earphones that don't have cables attached to them will get lost from time to time.

In Japan, there is a serious problem in the train stations where people have lost their AirPods, and they fall in between the train tracks. It is exceptionally dangerous for train station marshals to jump down to the tracks and retrieve lost Apple AirPods. A few companies tried to come up with a solution for this problem, from poles with a sticky end to a mechanical claw, but none have been proven to work effectively.

Panasonic has come aboard to find a solution for this. They have invented a gadget that somewhat resembles a vacuum cleaner to help sort the AirPod problem out at Japanese train stations, and will provide it others around the globe who are experiencing similar difficulties.

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, LaterCLips, on Japan Invents AirPods Finder Gadget.

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