Colon says he noticed white smoke started billowing out of the right AirPod during his session. Acting quickly and wisely, Colon removed his AirPods and placed them down on a piece of equipment so that he could go and get help from gym employees. When he returned, he was shocked."It was already like this". It was already popped. "You can see flame damage", Colon said.
"I didn't see it happen, but I mean, it was already fried". But I'm sure since it hangs down, it could've been earlobe. Even Colon isn't sure why the wireless AirPods blew up, and there have been no prior reports of exploding AirPods either. "Ear lobe could've been burnt".
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Lithium-particle batteries are known to overheat and detonate, however while AirPods do contain batteries, it's not in any way obvious that they were the reason for whatever happened to Colon's.
This is not the first time that a popular electronic product has hit the headlines for exploding. Such as the Beats headphones that exploded in flight burning a woman's ears, or the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that was prone to enough fiery incidents that it caused a series of nightmares for the company. Production stopped later that year. Colon puts the blame squarely on the batteries, and believes that other AirPods owners need to be warned.
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When he came back, he found that the right ear bud had exploded, with the case showing signs of charring and the internal components laid bare.
"Just because it happens to me doesn't mean it won't happen again", he said.
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