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New AirPods H1 chip exposed in teardown, still not able to be repaired

[2019-03-29 13:23:47]

A teardown of the second-generation AirPods reveals Apple made relatively few changes to the physical design of the wearable accessory, but like the original, it is still a product that is practically impossible for users to perform repairs on at home without ruining them completely.

New AirPods H1 chip exposed in teardown, still not able to be repaired


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