Beats by Dr. Dre urBeats3 are wireless headphones available in two versions: with 3.5mm jack or Lightning. The latter is a connector that Apple integrates into its smartphones and the majority of its tablets (excluding the iPad Pro 2018, third-generation). They have anti-tang flat cable and RemoteTalk to control music, calls or Siri
Available in stores for this company and other platforms such as Amazon, Apple has announced that a limited amount of urBeats3 has Invalid serial number, which does not appear to be in the repair database, preventing affected users from taking them to the technical service.
Solution for affected users with urBeats3
This is what Californians have introduced to accredited providers. Although they say the number of units involved is limited, they offer a solution to the problem it contains Change one of the numeric digits
The limited number of urBeats3 has illegal numbers printed on them which, when added to the database, lead to a "known serial number".
When this problem is found, check if the fifth digit of a positive number is "E". If so, verify that the product is the basis of proof of purchase and try to start the repair by replacing the fifth digit "E" with "Y".
The solution offered by Apple is that authorized suppliers try to verify the purchase and that the "E" is replaced by a "Y". Launched in September 2017, urBeats3 has a suggested retail price 64.95 euros.
Via | MacRumors