Sauder Schlekopf is investigating lawsuit on behalf of consumers who purchased AirPods due to premature battery degradation. Consumers have complained that batteries on AirPods no longer work properly after 18 months.
The Atlantic reported on March 21, 2019:
Earlier this month, Apple Insider tested a pair of AirPods purchased in 2016 against a pair from 2018, and found that the older pair died after two hours and 16 minutes. “That’s less than half the stated battery life for a new pair,” the writer William Gallagher concluded.
Apple has a battery program that costs nearly as much as a new pair of AirPods. The cost is $49 per earbud and $49 for the case, for a grand total of $147.
Atlantic article: Your AirPods Will Die Soon
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