Wireless headphones appeared. They are more comfortable, they pair for a few seconds with our smartphone and of course, we forget that the straps are wrapped in a pair of pants. And let's not forget that there are more and more headphones with no headphone jack, so there is no choice but to use these types of devices to listen to music.
However Wireless headphones also have their own problems. Not only is its price high, but the fact that having a battery makes them have a much shorter "life" than powerful devices. To a great extent and as Fixit tells us, firms have not made the fact that you can fix them.
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We live in an age when design takes precedence over any other aspect. A clear example is smartphones, namely distribute batteries that can be replaced with a view to being smaller and more stylised.
And wireless headphones don't make a difference. While Apple dominates this market with its AirPods, it is very difficult to fix, some products don't make it easy either.
According to iFixit video, Samsung Galaxy Buds they are the best headsets in terms of replication. This does not mean that anyone can do it, but it is much cheaper than the competition, earning 6 out of 10 marks.
In contrast, the above AirPods (the second model of wireless charging and the most recent Pro) both receive 0 points. This is other devices not only that they can repair
Of course bite-sized apple devices aren't the only ones that are hard to fix, since Powerbeats Pro suffer from spells like AirPods. It is difficult to turn on, is a complicated battery to replace and is almost impossible to repair. 1 note out of 10.
Fixit concludes that while the design of all these gadgets is excellent and attractive, cOnfía is that by 2020 firms have taken the example of Samsung and its Galaxy Buds, at least in terms of its "simplicity" of repair. On our own and considering the prices of repairs and replacing other types of products they have, we doubt this will happen.
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