Apple announced the availability of its new AirPods Pro earbuds this week and the team at iFixit have wasted no time taking their toolkit to the new headphones to provide a look at their internal workings. Priced at $249 the AirPods Pro are now available from Apple stores but unfortunately yet again Apple do not provide a repairable design.
iFixit describes the AirPods Pro design as a “non-modular, glued-together design and lack of replacement parts makes repair both impractical and uneconomical.”
Awarding the new Apple AirPods Pro with a repair ability score of 0 out of 10 although not surprising, (10 being the easiest to repair).
Features of the new $249 AirPods Pro rechargeable wireless earbuds include :
– Active noise cancellation, Transparency mode
– Inward-facing microphone for the adaptive equalizer
– Custom-designed Apple H1 wireless chip with Bluetooth 5
– IPX4 water resistance
For the full teardown revealing all the inner workings of the new Apple AirPods Pro headphones jump over to the iFixit website by following the link below.