Apple has shared some sensitive data with its authorized providers (AASP). An issue that may render a customer unable to access the technical support service of the headphones urBeats 3.
A limited number of urBeats 3 headphones invalid serial numbers. So some users couldn't fix them or get technical support.
As well-taught by Macrumors, Apple-related suppliers must answer the digit of the product's tracked numbers.
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What to do if your urBeats 3 has an invalid serial number?
If you have urBeats 3 headphones, we recommend that you check their serial number. You should check if the printed serial number has an "E" number five. If so, the serial number is invalid. All you have to do in this case is to convince you of proof of purchase such as a ticket or invoice and mention the appropriate technical support members replace "E" with "Y".
"A limited number of urBeats 3 devices have an incorrect serial number printed on them, therefore a serial error does not appear when looking at the device."
So keep in mind that if you're looking at your urBeats 3 headphone number and it doesn't work, make sure you have proof of your purchase before going to the Apple Partner Store and try to fix it. If you have proof of your purchase, there should be no problem. Alternatively, they may not allow you to access their technical support service.
The urBeats 3 headphones are available for 60 euros, use wireless even though they have an anti-tangle cord and have magnetic couplings. In addition, they provide good sound quality.