Apple refused to compensate the cost of Beats headphones exploding the user on the head

Apple refused to compensate the cost of Beats headphones exploded on the head of the Australian during the flight. The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, suffered burns of the face and hands.

According to Apple, a company investigation determined that the cause of the explosion were elements of the supply from third-party production.

According to the victim, she was disappointed with Apple’s solution, because nowhere on the headphones or packaging is not specified by the manufacturer of the batteries you have to purchase.

Note that the woman did not claim compensation for bodily injuries and moral damage, contact Apple to recover only the cost of the headphones and the garment is damaged in the explosion.

Headphones were purchased in 2014. Recall that in the same year, Apple bought Beats for $ 3 billion.

By the way, this is not the first case where Apple, Beats and low-quality power sources are in the same news. In June 2013, Apple had to recall portable speakers Beats Pill XL in connection with the risk of fire.

Sources: Engadget, Adelaide Now

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