Can an original Apple AirPod have wrong spelling on the charging case and airpod labels?
A friend just bought new, never opened airpods on a P2P marketplace. Upon receiving them and checking for whether they were fake everything looked fine except that there is misspelling on the labels on the charging case and airpods.
You can see on the charging case that almost all words are misspelled, notably Apple spelled Apoie, and then the airpod seems to say the same.
I thought this would immediately mean they are fake, however I looked up the serial number on the inside of the charger and tested it on checkcoverage.apple.com and it shows as valid.
I also connected it to an iphone and it connected with no issues just as an original AirPod would.
So I am at a loss. Find it hard to believe that original Apple products could have these errors, but I also expected a fake product to not have a valid serial number and for the iphone to recognize it as a non airpod.