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How to Charge the Apple AirPods with Charging Case? 

 October 6, 2021

By  Phil Borges

Are you experiencing difficulty in figuring out how to charge your Apple AirPods with charging case? Have no fear. This blog post will guide and walk you through the step-by-step process.

How to charge the Apple AirPods with charging case?

The Apple AirPods are an awesome product that many people love to use. They're also quite expensive, which is why it's important to know how to protect them and take care of them. One possible way you can do this is by using the charging case for your AirPods when you're not using them. There are two options that you can do to properly charge your AirPods.

Use the Apple AirPods' charging case:

The first thing to know about charging AirPods is that they aren't charged separately or directly. Instead, you charge them in their cases if they are wireless. The battery pack is essentially the case. When you insert your AirPods in the charging case, each one draws power from the device. If the charging case is completely charged, it will supply power to your Airpods that can last up to 24 hours of listening plus 11 hours of talk time. If AirPods are charged partially, say for only 15 minutes or so, you can use the AirPods for about 3 hours of listening time and about an hour of talk time. That's how amazing these little devices really are!

You would know if the Airpods are charging by checking through the tiny LED light inside the charging case or outside to some extent. In fact, you can get a quick glance at the charging status by checking this light. When it's green, your AirPods are fully charged and ready to be used for listening or talking purposes. If it turns orange, that means power is low, but there is still enough juice left in it. If it turns white, that means your AirPods are charging.

Use Apple's Wireless Charging Case:

The Apple AirPods using Apple's wireless charging case. Another great feature by Apple is that you can charge your Airpods simply by placing them on a compatible mat or surface capable of transmitting power wirelessly to the device. The convenience it offers cannot be overstated because there are far fewer messes and tangles to deal with. The wireless charging case is sold separately and costs more than the standard one, but it's worth every penny if you want to have an easier time with your AirPods. This is perfect for those who are always on the go or are forgetful when it comes to charging. Just place the AirPods on a charging pad whenever you need them charged up, and they'll always be ready for whatever awaits you next.

There are ways to check how much battery life is left in the Apple AirPods. You will be prompted with a tone as a notification that your device is experiencing a low battery and will be followed by another tone if it's completely drained. You can also ask Siri for a quick battery check on your AirPods.

How long does the battery of Apple Airpods last?

Apple is known for its excellent battery life, but like many other devices, its battery will lose its capacity and will degrade over time. If you feel that your Airpods are acting weird, need replacement, or is not working anymore, then contact Apple right away, and they will help you get a high-quality and durable Apple Airpods charging case replacement. If your device/unit is still under its warranty period, then you can get a discounted rate on replacement services from Apple.

How to prolong the battery life of Apple AirPods?

There are a few ways you can do to maximize the battery life of your AirPods.

  • Reduce the volume to the minimum possible level. It seems like an obvious step, but it can save you some battery life in no time. And besides, it's suitable for your ears too.
  • When you are not using it, turn off the Apple AirPods.
  • You may also modify the smart settings you don't need, such as Spatial Audio, automatic ear detection, or automatic device switching.
  • When making calls, use one earbud at a time. You can save some battery life if you use it this way instead of making calls with both buds at the same time.
  • When your AirPods are not in use, put them back into their charging case. This will protect them from damage and preserve battery life as well.

In conclusion, with some good charging habits, you can make the battery life of your Apple AirPods last longer. Be sure to contact Apple if you feel that your Airpods are not charging properly or malfunctioning in any way. This way, you can ensure that your AirPods are both safe and functional.

About the author

Hi, I'm Phil Borges.. thanks for reading.. My wife says I can't shut up about batteries so to save my marriage I've started this blog .. where I'd be ranting about batteries! Please leave a comment if you have any questions, I'm happy to help!

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