How to Connect Your Airpods to iPhone? 

Connect Your Airpods to iPhone
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You’ll be happy to know that Apple’s Instant Connecting technology makes the connection procedure quite simple if you’ve just bought your first set of Apple AirPods and are still trying to figure out how to connect them to your iPhone. Place your AirPods close to your iPhone, iPad, or other iOS device and tap the “Connect” button. 

It will display on your device’s screen, as shown in the above image. This fast tutorial will walk you through pairing different Apple AirPods with an iPhone and fixing any issues. Using your AirPods regularly may cause you to encounter them once you have established a connection. 

You should get back in touch. We have also included many troubleshooting hints if you encounter issues connecting AirPods to an iPhone. If your iPhone and earphones aren’t communicating properly. You can fix the problem by unplugging and replugging your AirPods.

How to Pair Airpods with An Iphone?

Hold your iPhone next to your AirPods while they are still in the charging case, with the lid open. After a little delay, an animated pop-up will display with the label AirPods. An animation of the charging case rotating and opening. A Connect button will be accessible underneath.

Then, adhere to the directions on the subsequent displays by pressing the Connect button. Once your AirPods are automatically connected to your iPhone, the Apple “Hey Siri” personal assistant feature. It will be accessible if you have previously configured it on your iPhone. As you connect your AirPods, Apple will walk you through the Siri setup procedure if you haven’t already done so on your iPhone.

As long as your iPhone was signed in at the time of the connection, your AirPods will automatically be connected to your iCloud account. And set up with any of your compatible devices. These are also logged into iCloud with the same Apple ID once you’ve connected them to your iPhone. Making switching between devices when necessary incredibly convenient.

Your Airpods Should be Reset

Your Airpods Should be Reset
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Wait 30 seconds before opening the charging case lid once more if you want to reset your AirPods. Then, put the earbuds back in the case and seal the lid. Tap the More Info button in the Settings app on your iPhone. It is represented by a little I in a blue circle next to your AirPods.

Choose to Forget This Device from the list of choices and click to confirm. Lift the lid, depress the setup button on the case’s rear for 15 seconds, and wait for the status light to begin flashing white. After resetting your AirPods, you must re-pair them with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.

If you still have trouble getting your AirPods to work with your iOS device. It may be time to speak with an employee at Apple or visit their official help page for further details. The connection page and animation should reappear after you bring the AirPods close to your device.

Repairing The Airpods’ Connection

Check to see if your iPhone is running the most recent version of the iOS operating system if you are having issues. You may check this by choosing Software Update under Settings > General. Use the accompanying troubleshooting advice if you’re having issues pairing your iPhone with AirPods.

Once your iPhone is up to date, check the status light to ensure the charging case is charged and both AirPods are charging properly. The status light is located inside on the flat region between your AirPods if your case is a non-wireless charging case or on the front of the case if it has wireless charging capabilities.

Depending on the device or adapter you are using to charge them. You can use either a USB-C to Lightning Cable or a USB to Lightning Cable to charge the AirPods case. Your AirPods must be connected properly for this to be turned on. Go to Settings > Bluetooth on your iPhone or iPad to ensure the Bluetooth connection is on.

Bluetooth Connection is Used to Connect

Bluetooth Connection is Used to Connect
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Make sure your AirPods are chosen as your preferred audio device if you can see that they are already linked to Bluetooth. By swiping down from the top right corner of the screen on more recent iPhones or up from the bottom edge on older devices. You can access this in the Control Centre on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad.

Close the charging case lid on your AirPods and wait 15 seconds if you still have issues. Open the lid and click the little setup button on the outer back of the charging case after placing them close to your smartphone. The connection animation and Connect button should now show on your smartphone’s screen. The status light will then flash white, indicating that your AirPods are prepared to pair with your iPhone at that time.

Why Won’t Your Airpods Pair with Your Iphone?

There are several causes of connection issues between Airpods and iPhones, and fixing them is simple. Here are a few specific factors that directly contribute to this problem and solutions.

Turned off Bluetooth

Turned off Bluetooth
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Your iPhone and AirPods can connect thanks to Bluetooth. It may be turned on by heading to Settings > Bluetooth or sliding down from your iPhone’s upper right corner to get to the Control Center. The Bluetooth emblem in the latter choice can be tapped to start the wireless connection. If you want to use your AirPods, you must always switch them on.

Dead Battery

Ensure that your AirPods have enough power to operate. Based on the light within the case, you can tell if your AirPods are charged. Amber indicates the case is charging, while green indicates it has finished charging. The AirPods are completely charged when the light is green and nearly empty when the light is amber.

Even When Attached to The Iphone, Airpods do not Function

Even though they appear to be associated with your iPhone, there are situations when your AirPods won’t connect. Go to Settings > Bluetooth or Settings after removing your AirPods from their carrying case.

If your iPhone detects your AirPods, hit the ‘More Info’ button next to them, choose ‘Forget This Device,’ and then confirm your choice. Put the AirPods back in the case after removal, keeping the lid open. To resume the connection, proceed by pressing the setup button on the case’s rear and doing the preceding procedures.

Also read: The Airpods Recall Program for AirPods Pro

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