Recently, an Apple Airpods Pro has torn apart revealed that it is impossible to repair just like its previous versions. This is due to the fact that some of the parts are made up of recyclable materials while some parts can not be repaired due to their size and the built-in process.
According to iFixit, “While theoretically semi-serviceable, the non-modular, glued-together design and lack of replacement parts make repair both impractical and uneconomical.”
While on one side, the users are awarding the Noise cancellation feature, and on the other side, the product got 0 out of 10 for reparability scale. The glued together design is very unrealistic, The battery on the new model is glued just under the earpiece. For battery, it uses button cell, like those found in wristwatches, that’s rated at 1.98Whr instead of the 1.52Whr units found on AirPods 2. Rather than a long battery pack, the AirPods Pro adds a button cell. The earbuds also include a hidden black rectangle chip that could be the force sensor.
Moreover, it is very well known that all three generations starting from Apple Airpods to Apple Airpods pro, all the models are difficult to repair. But the enhancements in the latest version makes it almost impossible to repair, Disheartningn but true!
Surprisingly, a statement was given by Apple meanwhile is “AirPods Pro are not repairable, only replaceable, and are no better in this regard than the earlier versions”.
In a statement to Lauren Goode of Wired, Apple confirmed that the AirPods Pro is “no more repairable than previous versions” of the AirPods.
Finally, if you’re fine with the lack of repairability feature, you can go for the AirPods Pro at $249 in the US.