AirPods Max are Apple’s latest over-ear headphones, with a recent discovery of removable headbands. This can be done by using a sim ejection tool in a hole located at the top of the ear-cups, once the ear-pads have been removed.
Appleosophy Writer and Prominent Apple Leaker McGuire Wood (Jioriku) has discovered using this method voids your product warranty. This is because a sticker located in the hole where an ejection tool is inserted is located.
Don’t do this. Here’s why:
IT VOIDS YOUR WARRANTY
There is a sticker in this hole. It’s not meant for the end user. https://t.co/hMTHAqGt7U
— McGuire Wood (@Jioriku) January 20, 2021
Appleosophy recommends you do not try and remove your headband, this is because if the warranty sticker is damaged or removed, you may be denied service or replacement of your product. Depending on your country certain laws apply which a company could deny your service based on the status of the warranty sticker.
If you do try this, Appleosophy or any other party is not responsible for your product or what you decide to do.