Apple has quietly prolonged a repair program for the AirPods Pro that gives free repairs or replacements for earbuds which have issues with noise cancellation or static. Reddit users (via MacRumors) have been first to identify the change to Apple’s support page for the repair program, which now notes that the program covers affected AirPods Pro for three years after their first retail sale, quite than two. The web page seems to have been up to date originally of October.
The assist program was originally introduced in October 2020, one 12 months after the unique release of the AirPods Pro in 2019. It meant that Apple’s repair program was launched on the precise level that the guarantee on launch items was set to run out. With the extension of the repair program to a few years, AirPods Pro purchased at launch ought to now be lined proper up till October 2022.
As a reminder, Apple says it would repair the next issues with the AirPods Pro:
Should you’re experiencing any of those issues, you now have a complete additional 12 months to get off your butt and get a free repair as a part of the repair program, which, in our expertise, typically means Apple supplying you with an on-the-spot substitute pair to take house. To take action, Apple says you need to contact its assist group or an Apple Licensed Service Supplier, or else make an appointment at an Apple Retailer.