Apple’s AirPods Pro may sound better, however they’re similarly as non-repairable as the ordinary AirPods. A teardown of the new buds performed by iFixit affirms that attempting to fix them is “both unrealistic and uneconomical.”
When contrasted and 2016’s unique AirPods and the current year’s invigorate, the teardown demonstrated the more up to date AirPods Pro have a few contrasts in development just as the expansion of new highlights like capacitive controls and dynamic clamor dropping utilizing an internal confronting receiver. The equipment for these highlights makes the new buds 33% heavier than the past ages, tipping the scales at 0.19 oz (5.4 g) each.
Another new bit of equipment is a catch cell battery which sits in the fundamental body of the buds, rather than the long, slender battery which was situated in the stem in past models. The watch-style button cell battery is like the one found by iFixit in the Samsung Galaxy Buds, however not at all like the Samsungs, the AirPods battery isn’t replaceable. That is because of a welded link tying the battery set up.
The one client replaceable piece of the Pros is the silicone tips, however the buds aren’t good with average reseller’s exchange tips. You’ll have to buy tips from Apple on the off chance that you need to supplant them.
That implies the AirPods Pro are basically dispensable, without any enhancements in repairability over past ages. That is baffling however not astounding. Wired’s Lauren Goode got affirmation from Apple that the buds are not repairable because of the paste which holds them together.