Lose an AirPods Wireless Earbuds? What You Can Do?
Apple's Airpods Pro generally do a great job of staying in your ears, even during a run or workout. Of course, that doesn't mean you won't ever lose one or even both earbuds –- especially if you forget to put them back in their charging case when not in use. In the how-to below, we'll go over your options in case one of your Airpods Pro go missing.
1.Use Just One Airpods
If you don't want to shell out the cash for another Airpods when you've lost one, your Airpods won't be entirely useless. Apple has designed the Airpodsso you can use just one at a time. A single Airpods functions just like two Airpods, so as long as you have one Airpods and the Charging Case, you can listen to music, podcasts, and more.
2.Get a New Airpods From Apple
If you've had no luck using Apple's Find My iPhone app to locate a lost Airpods (or Airpods), or if you have a faulty Airpods, it might be time to consider ordering a replacement from Apple.
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Did you lose an Airpods or your Charging Case? You can buy a replacement for a left or right AirPods or the Charging Case. Your replacement will be new. See the replacement fees in the chart, below. AppleCare+ for Headphones does not cover lost or stolen Airpods.
All prices are in U.S. dollars. Out-of-warranty and lost fees are subject to tax and a shipping fee of $ 6.95.