- Airpods case blinking orange or amber means that the charging Case has less than one full charge remaining.
- Airpods pro blinking orange or amber When they are in the case means that the Airpods have less than one full charge remaining.
- Airpods pro battery life is approximately 5 hrs of listening time or 2 hrs of talk time.
Can i use airpods with android
- Just like the second generation Airpods the new model (Airpods pro) is compatible with android devices. Note that you might need to install third party apps from Google play store so as to access features such as hands-free control.
How do I turn on Live Listen with Apple Airpods
- Go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls.
- Scroll down until you see Hearing and tap the green Plus button next to it.
- Next, go back to the home screen. Swipe up to reveal Control Center, and tap the ear icon.
In the menu that appears, tap Live Listen to turn it on.
How do I turn the volume up on my AirPods?
- By default, you’ll need to use volume up button on your I phone/ Mac. The other option is to request Siri to turn up the volume
How do I connect Airpods and Airpods pro to my I phone
- Go to the Home screen.
- Open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.
- A setup animation appears on your iPhone.
- Tap Connect.
- If you have AirPods Pro, read the next three screens.
- If you have AirPods Pro or AirPods (2nd generation) and you already set up “Hey Siri” on your iPhone, then “Hey Siri” is ready to use with your AirPods. If you haven’t set up “Hey Siri” already and you have AirPods Pro or AirPods (2nd generation), you’ll be guided through the setup
- Tap Done.
If you’re signed in to iCloud, your AirPods are set up automatically with any of your supported devices that are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID.
If you can’t set up your AirPods, get help.
Listen with your AirPods
When you take your AirPods out of the case, they’re on and ready to use. When you put them in your ears, your AirPods automatically play the audio from your device. If you take an AirPod out, audio pauses. Take them both out and audio stops. If you’re listening with one AirPod and you take it out, the AirPod pauses. If you put it back in your ear within 15 seconds, play resumes automatically.
AirPods are connected to your iPhone and Apple Watch at the same time. Sound automatically switches between them.
When not using AirPods or AirPods Pro, store them in the charging case. Storing AirPods loose in your pocket or bag can result in damage.
Steps to use your AirPods to play audio from a different device or to switch the audio to different headphones or speakers.
On your iOS device
- Open Control Center.
- Touch and hold the audio card in the upper-right corner of Control Center to control audio.
- Tap , then choose the device you want from the list.1
On your Mac
- Click the volume control in the menu bar and choose your AirPods Pro2 or other speakers under Output Device.
- Control audio with your AirPods Pro
- To play and pause your audio content, press the force sensor on the stem of an AirPod. To resume playback, press again.
- To skip forward, double-press the force sensor on the stem of an AirPod.
- To skip back, triple-press the force sensor.
- To change the volume, say “Hey, Siri,” then say something like “Turn down the volume.” Or drag the volume slider in the app you’re listening to, on the Lock screen, or in Control Center.
- You can also open Now Playing on your Apple Watch and turn the Digital Crown to adjust volume.
AirPods Pro let you control how much you hear your surroundings.
- Press and hold the force sensor to switch between Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode.
- You can select which modes the press-and-hold action switches between in Settings > Bluetooth > AirPods Pro > Press and Hold AirPods.
- Control audio with your AirPods (1st or 2nd generation)
You can use your AirPods to use Siri and to control the playback of audio content.
- With AirPods (2nd generation), by default, you use Siri by saying “Hey Siri”. And when you double-tap an AirPod, you either play audio or skip forward.
- With AirPods (1st generation), by default, you double-tap to use Siri.
Regardless of which model of AirPods you have, AirPod double tap can do one of these functions:
- Play and pause your audio content
- Skip to the next track
- Go back to the previous track
- Turn off your audio content
- Learn how to choose what you want each AirPod to do when you double-tap it.
Use Siri with Airpods
- With AirPods Pro and AirPods (2nd generation), you can say “Hey Siri.”
- With AirPods Pro, you can set an AirPod to use Siri when you touch and hold the force sensor.
- With AirPods (1st and 2nd generation), you can double-tap to use Siri.
You can use Siri with your AirPods to ask questions and make phone calls.
Siri can also control your music and check on your AirPods. Here are some examples of Siri requests:
- “Play my Favorites playlist.”
- “Turn up the volume.”
- “How do I get home from here?”
- “Skip to the next song.”
- “Pause music.”
- “How is the battery on my AirPods?”
Use the phone and get messages on Airpod
When a call comes in while you’re wearing either AirPod, Siri can announce the call.
To answer with AirPods Pro, press the force sensor.
To answer with AirPods (1st or 2nd generation), double-tap an AirPod.
Later, you can press the force sensor on an AirPod Pro or double-tap an AirPod to hang up or switch to another call.
Siri can read your incoming messages through your AirPods Pro.
How to Charge your AirPods and case
To charge your AirPods, put them in the case and close the lid.
You can charge your AirPods Pro in their wireless charging case with a Qi-certified charger.
While the case is charging wirelessly, you can tap the status light to see the charge status.
A green light means that the case—and AirPods, if they’re inside—is charged more than 80 percent.
You can also plug the case in to an Apple Lightning to USB cable—either USB-C or USB A.
You can charge your AirPods (1st or 2nd generation) in the Wireless Charging Case or AirPods Charging Case.
If you have the Wireless Charging Case, you can charge wirelessly with a Qi-certified charger. You can charge either case by plugging it in to an Apple Lightning to USB cable.
What you need to use Airpods
If you have AirPod Pro, you need at least one of these:
- iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 13.2 or later
- iPad with iPadOS 13.2 or later
- Apple Watch with watchOS 6.1 or later
- Apple TV with tvOS 13.2 or later
- Mac with macOS 10.15.1 or later
If you have AirPods (2nd generation), you need at least one of these:
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 12.2 or later
- Apple Watch with watchOS 5.2 or later
- Apple TV with tvOS 12.2 or later
- Mac with macOS 10.14.4 or later
If you have AirPods (1st generation), you need at least one of these:
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10 or later
- Apple Watch with watchOS 3 or later
- Apple TV with tvOS 11 or later
- Mac with macOS Sierra or later
Airpods won’t connect to I phone
- Make sure that your iOS device has the latest version of iOS. Your device needs to have iOS 12.2 or later. If you have AirPods (1st generation), your device needs to have iOS 10 or later.
- Learn what to do if only one AirPod is working.
- Open Control Center and make sure that Bluetooth is on.
- Put both AirPods in the charging case and make sure that both AirPods are charging. Learn what to do if your AirPods or case won’t charge.
- Make sure to select your AirPods as your audio device.
- Close the lid, wait 15 seconds, then open the lid. The status light should flash white, which means that your AirPods are ready to connect.
- If your AirPods don’t connect, press and hold the setup button on the back of the case. Hold the setup button until you see the status light flash white, then amber, and then flash white continuously.
- Open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.
- Follow the steps on your iOS device’s screen.
- Test your AirPods. If you still can’t connect, reset your AirPods.
Connect to your Mac Airpod to Mac
If you’re using AirPods (2nd generation), make sure that your Mac has macOS 10.14.4 or later. If you’re using AirPods (1st generation), make sure that your Mac is using macOS Sierra or later.
Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Bluetooth. If your Airpods appear in the list of devices* but they don’t connect, remove your AirPods from the list:
- Select your AirPods in the list of devices.
- Click the X to the right of your AirPods.
Add your AirPods to the device list in Bluetooth preferences again:
- Place both AirPods in the charging case.
- Open the lid of your charging case near your Mac.
- In the device list, select your Airpods and click Connect.
Test your AirPods. If you still can’t connect, reset your AirPods.
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- Like most Apple users out there, I have lost my Airpods on several occasions. Here is how you find lost Airpods(2 and pro):