How do I recharge my AirPods Pro? How about the battery life? – AirPods are wireless earphones that are connected to Bluetooth and are one of Apple’s products. Apple released its first noise-canceling wireless headphones in early November. The AirPods Pro has a significant improvement over the 2nd generation AirPods, but they still have the features of the regular AirPods. What about the charging method and battery life? Do they change or stay the same?
How do I recharge my AirPods Pro?
The AirPods Pro comes with a wireless case. You can charge most of the third-party compatible charging mats. The case also contains a nifty new feature to check its charge status at any time.
- Place the case face up on the filling mat. The indicator lights up for a few seconds and then turns off when charging starts.
- You can change the charging status at any time by tapping the case with your finger to turn on the light.
- Pay attention to the color of the light: a yellow light means it’s still charged, and green means it’s fully charged.
Charging the battery to the Charging Case on the AirPods can be done using the Lightning cable provided in the sales package. You can connect this Lightning cable to a computer device or a USB Wall Adapter (charger) from an iPhone device.
Place the wireless charger casing with the indicator on the front of the case facing upwards. When it starts to charge, the indicator will light for a few seconds, and then turn off.
If the case does not start to charge when you place it on the wireless charging pad, check that the cable is securely connected to the charging pad and to the electrical outlet.
Nearly any Incompatible pad or stand will work with the AirPods Pro. You can choose a cost-effective one that can also charge other compatible wireless charging devices.
How about the battery life?
AirPods Pro has great battery life for its size. A full charge can have up to 4.5 hours of listening time. And if you carry a fully charged wireless case with you, you’ll have over 24 hours of listening time. Load capacity naturally decreases over time. If your AirPods Pro is still under the warranty period, but your AirPods Pro battery is depleted after normal daily use, you can enjoy battery replacement service from Apple for $49 per AirPods Pro or charging case.