Apple’s universal image and brand communicates trust, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Not sloppy craftsmanship or defective products. Which is why consumers are having trouble with Apple’s line of Bluetooth wireless headphones known as Powerbeats. Many Powerbeats2 and Powerbeats3 owners are finding that the wireless headphones stop working. Not even accepting a charge before their warranty is up.
Sill Covered under Powerbeats2 Apple Warranty?
The Apple warranty is supposed to provide protection “against defects in materials and workmanship” for one year from the date of purchase. However, customers are claiming that when they took their Powerbeats 2 headphones in for replacement, they were just given the same defective product. Only to have the next set of wireless headphones fail once more.
Additionally, customers claim that failed headphones were treated normally and not subjected to unusual treatment. So it is a mystery as to why the Apple headphones charging mechanism shuts down.
Don’t wait for the mystery to be solved. Just like every other company, it’s important to hold Apple accountable for a defective product. If, in fact, they knew about these headphone charging issues and haven’t made it right with consumers. That is where KSG steps in. Our class action attorneys are currently investigating this matter—please share your story with us now.