The speaker volume on my Apple Watch is noticeably lower than when I first got it a year ago. My theory is exposure to water over time caused this. First, is there anything I could do myself to try and fix this? Next, if I bring it into the Apple Store, will they just replace it for me since it would appear to be manufacturer defect (especially since I have apple care), or is there a way for them to open it up to try and fix it, or would they send it out? Anyone know?
- 06-15-2016, 11:20 AM #2
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