Yes, if they are still under warranty.
If you got them with your phone, within a year they will replace them.
I don’t know about headphones, but I did get them to give me a free charger once when mine broke.
It wasn’t easy, but it can be done.
Does Apple give free replacement headphones?
Lastly, if you’re having problems with your headphones and they don’t qualify for this program, know that as long as your iPod or iPhone is within warranty, you can book a Genius Bar appointment and exchange them for free. All you need are the offending headphones and the serial number of your iPod or iPhone.
Can I take my broken headphones to Apple?
Apple will only not replace them if they have been damaged through misuse or an accident. If they have been used properly they are warranted to work for one year. If these are the Apple in-ear headphones with remote that one buys as a standalone purchase, then they should be replaced if under a year.
What can I do with broken Apple headphones?
Answer: A: To get them replaced, it doesn’t matter what happened to them. And you DO have to send the broken pair back (the policy has changed). Apple sends out the replacement earbuds, and then you have to send the old pair back, or they charge you for the replacement.
Why do my Apple headphones keep breaking?
The material used on Apple headphone are plastics that are tough but also to keep them shiny, they are using non-flexible materials that makes them more susceptible to break. The cables are the worse part of apple headphones and also other products.
Can I exchange my Apple headphones for new ones?
If you have applecare for a phone or ipodtouch, or anything that came with earpods, you can go to an apple store and trade them for new ones. if they dont work.
Does Apple replace AirPods for free?
If one of your AirPods earbuds (or the case itself) breaks due to manufacturing defect within the first year of owning it, you should be able to get Apple to replace the affected piece(s) for free. If it’s just the battery that’s affected, you can replace a single bud (or the case) for $49 each.