How to find your Airpods case without pods

We are often very careful when it comes to our Apple devices. We take care of them like our babies, don’t we? And what if you realize that one of your devices is missing? Quick panic ensues when you check your pockets and realize your AirPods case is missing while listening to music through AirPods somewhere. It’s okay to get a little stressed out in this situation, but don’t worry, Apple has it covered. You don’t have to go out and find your AirPods case without pods as Apple has already given you the solution by giving us the Find My feature.

How do I fix Airpods not connecting to iPhones?

Solution: AirPods not connecting to iPhone

Find My is an Apple device tracking feature that helps you locate any missing device of yours, including your MacBook, iPhone, AirPods case or other compatible devices.

Can you find your AirPods with no pods in them?

Before we get into the method of finding the suitcase without the pods, the big question arises: is it even possible to find it without the pods? Well, the solution you are looking for may not be what you expect. The method of finding the AirPods case doesn’t lead us directly to it because if you had pods in there you could hear the sound, but here you don’t hear any sound. But yeah! At least you can make sure your AirPods case is around you or not with the Find My app. It all depends on your luck, so cross your fingers and start searching!

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Quick fixes for the best AirPods Pro problems

Can you find your AirPods with no pods in them?

  1. On your iPhone, go to the Find My app.
  2. Make sure you’re signed in with your Apple ID and password.
  3. On the Find My tab, click All Devices.
  4. You will find a list of all devices connected to your AirPods.
  5. Find your AirPods case cover in the list.
  6. You’re in luck if there’s a green light next to the AirPods case option.
  7. Green light indicated that your AirPods case is very close to you, so it may be near you.
  8. If you notice that there is a gray light, then it is out of range (12 meters) or the battery is dead, then the trail is cold.
  9. You can even try going around with your iPhone and keeping the Find My app open, so as soon as you see a flashing green light, you’ll know the AirPods case is here somewhere.

If your AirPods case is out of range, it will not appear in the connected devices, but the last location of the AirPods case will be displayed. It may not show you the exact location, but it can give you an idea of ​​where it was so you can search in that area.

Pro Tip: Make use of AirTag, so even if your device is lost or stolen, you can easily track it using AirTag. AirTag is not just limited to devices but can be used with anything like your luggage, wallet and all your personal belongings.Until next time, with another topic. Until then, Toodles.

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