Since AirPods and its charging case do not have a screen, it is difficult to check battery life of the two. However, it is not impossible as you can use your iPhone, iPad, and Mac to view battery percentage of AirPods and charging case. Read this guide to check battery status of AirPods and charging case on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Once you pair your AirPods with your iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices, you need to keep an eye on the battery life of those smart AirPods. This guide will help you see charging case battery life by using iPhone, iPad, and Mac. If you are using an Android device, you need to rely on the third-party app to check the battery status of charging case and AirPods on Android.
How to Check AirPods Battery Status on iPhone and iPad
Step #1: Open the lid of the case with AirPods in the charging case.
Step #2: Keep the case close to the paired iPhone.
Step #3: Here, you should have some patience and wait until the charge status of earpods and charging case flashes on the connected iPhone screen.
Point to Ponder: You can also use Battery widget to see the charge status of AirPods and charging case.
Note that your iPhone will show the charge status when one of the pods is in the charging case.
How to Check Battery Status of AirPods and Charging Case on Mac
Step #1: First off, take the AirPods out of the charging case or simply open the lid of the case.
Step #2: You need to click on volume button from menu bar.
Step #3: See your AirPods and charging case under My Devices.
Keep your eyes on Status Light
When the AirPods are in charging case, you can see the light that shows the status of headphones.
If the earbuds are out of the case, you can see that light shows status of the case and not that of pods.
The light turns green, it means 100% charged.
Amber light shows it has less than one full charge.
If the light turns white, you can now pair your AirPods with your iPhone or iPad.
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How to Take Care of your Charging Case?
Clean your Airpods and the charging case frequently with a soft cloth; make sure the cloth should be lint-free.
Openings of the pods should not get moisture.
You are not supposed to use aerosol sprays, solvents, or abrasives on AirPods and case.
Never leave the lid of charging case opened for a long time; this can weaken the battery life of pods.
Keep your charging case in temperature less than 35 degrees Celsius during the charge.
It is done!
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