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-[* black] In a surprisingly candid statement, Apple apparently [https://twitter.com/LaurenGoode/status/1189663651214450688?s=19|confirmed|new_window=true] that these Pro 'Pods aren't repairable, only replaceable, and are no better in this regard than the earlier versions.
-[* black] We can't believe we're saying this, but we're inclined to disagree about the second part—these are a ''bit'' more repairable.
-[* black] In theory, you could replace the in-ear portion (battery + driver + crusty old earwax) and ''keep'' the stems—including the main board, antennas, microphones, and squeezy sensor. It's not much, but we'd call it an improvement!
+[* black] In a surprisingly candid statement, Apple apparently [https://twitter.com/LaurenGoode/status/1189663651214450688?s=19|confirmed|new_window=true] that these Pro 'Pods ***are not*** repairable, only replaceable, and are no better in this regard than the earlier versions.
+[* black] We can't believe we're saying this, but we're inclined to disagree about the second part—these could potentially be a ''tiny bit'' more repairable.
+ [* black] If not for that statement, we might have guessed that Apple planned to repair these by replacing the in-ear portion of the 'Pods (battery + driver + crusty old earwax) and ''reusing'' the original stems—including the SiP, antennas, microphones, and squeezy sensor. It's not much, but it's something!
+[* black] That said, there's still no good way to perfectly reassemble a dismantled 'Pod, unless you happen to work in the AirPod assembly line at the factory.
+[* black] On that note, it's time we address the repairability score.