Cupertino’s company likes to do things that mark a before and after in their respective sector. If they can’t do this and a product from another brand or manufacturer happens to come out, Apple will be there to buy the rights to it and sell it. This was the case with the most famous helmets in history, the Beats .
It’s been just over two years since the company led by Tim Cook created a platform intended to be direct competition with its Android rival, Spotify . This new tool was called Apple Music and became a resounding success when it comes to streaming music. Although it didn’t have the same impact as its big brother iTunes, which changed the entire music industry by being the pioneer tool to be able to buy and sell music online, they started selling single songs for 99 cents and look where they are now.
Going back to the most mythical helmets and with the biggest nickname in history, something that has in common with the company of the bitten apple, it was two years ago that the famous Beats 1 came out, which were an incredible success that helped Cupertino’s company a lot to continue investing in this type of accessories.
Today the main creators of these helmets met to talk in an interview about what they thought of Beats 1. Most of the answers were that came at the right time , that it was an application with revolutionary results and never seen before with an extreme quality compared to the rest of the competition and other positive arguments about these products acquired by Apple.
There’s no doubt that the design of these helmets is great whichever way you look at it, they made a perfect combination together with all the technology of Cupertino’s company and when the two came together something came up that you don’t usually see in the world of the music industry. Perhaps the closest thing to this phenomenon was the union of our beloved but forgotten iPod and the platform that revolutionized the music industry, the aforementioned iTunes. We hope that Beats and Apple will continue for many years to come together to create things that will leave us speechless and give us pleasure in our ears like Beats headphones.