On Tuesday, Apple finally began selling its AirPods through its website. The wireless headphones with Apple's own W1 chip were scheduled to ship late October, however the company felt all of the kinks weren't worked out. Our favorite fruit company today updated its iPhone Service Pricing page to include lost or broken AirPods. The wireless headphones are given the standard one year Apple warranty, where all work will be covered for free. Once the AirPods are out of warranty, Apple will charge $69 for service repairs. This price includes losing a single earbud, case, or any other service needed. However, if the batteries are beginning to lose capacity, Apple will only charge $49 out of warranty.