In case you’ve lost or misplaced your AirPods, use Fine My iPhone to identify your device’s last-known location on a map. However, make sure that you are within Bluetooth range
Steps to find missing AirPods
In iOS 10.3 or later, Find My iPhone is a helpful tool that helps you locate your lost AirPods. If Find My iPhone is already installed on your iOS device including iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, it’s automatically set up for AirPods too. Therefore, if your AirPod is missing, you can use this application to find them again.
Note: This functionality is mainly to detect individual lost AirPods – the AirPods case itself does not include speakers, and AirPods will not make a sound until they come within range of you iOS devices
Follow the below steps to use Find My iPhone:
Step1: Open Find My iPhone on your iPhone
Step 2: Sign in with your iCloud account
Step 3: Next up, you need to tap on the entry for your AirPods
Step 4: Select Actions. After that, tap Play Sound
Step 5: All earbuds will start making a triplicate chirp — low volume at first, then increasing gradually. Whether you’re making an attempt to find just one of the buds, you can mute the left or right earbud to concentrate on finding the other earbud.
If your missing AirPod now is out of charge, it is unfortunate that Find My iPhone will not work in this case. However, you can still find your missing earbuds by going back where you misplaced them
In case you have run out of options, you can always pay a lost AirPods fee to Apple to get a new earbud, which costs $69 for one lost bud.
Also read: Apple Pay is now available in Taiwan
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