AirPods are Apple’s flagship headphones that allow you to connect to your other Apple devices wirelessly. Because of the long-lasting battery, you may listen to music and make calls for hours on end. You can connect your AirPods with your other devices because they are an iCloud device linked to your Apple ID.
When connecting your AirPods to previously linked devices, like as your iPhone, just remove the AirPods from the case and they will connect to your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. When you put your AirPods back into the case, they should reconnect and begin charging right away.
When you put your AirPods back in their case, they may still be linked to your smartphone. This can be inconvenient since you can’t transport music from your iPhone to your external speaker until Bluetooth devices are turned off. When your AirPods don’t disconnect when you put them back into their case, there are a couple things you may do.
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