As Apple (AAPL) finally began selling the wireless AirPods earphones after a rare, prolonged delay, one burning question remained unanswered. Would the tech giant offer any sort of replacement to some unfortunate listener who dropped only a single AirPod, despite CEO Tim Cook’s reassurance that they stay in place reasonably well?
The short answer is yes—but at a notable cost, according to the website MacRumors.
While the iPhone maker still doesn’t sell AirPods one-by-one, replacements for any earbuds lost will come at a cost of $69 each in the U.S. regardless of their warranty, according to Apple’s iPhone service pricing list.
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A replacement for the charging case that comes along with it also costs $69, regardless of warranty status.
The much-anticipated wireless earbuds were first announced at the Apple Event in September alongside the iPhone 7, which doesn’t have a 3.5 mm headphone jack. The AirPods, built with a new Apple wireless chip, is seen as Apple’s foray into the smart earphone market, as well as a workaround on the audio front for the new phone—albeit not an inexpensive one, at $159 a pair.
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With the new AirPods finally shipping, the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant has apparently just managed to make it in time for the holiday season, despite earlier reports of further delays because of technical issues.