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Common Issues On Connecting Apple AirPods To Your iPhone And Its Solution

By Monica U Santos , Feb 16, 2017 05:43 AM EST
There is only one button on your AirPods and you double-tap it to activate Siri. Ask Siri to perform any task that you normally can with Siri on your iPhone or Mac. (Photo : DetroitBORG / YouTube)

The well-known Apple AirPods are, in fact, not the first wireless earbuds on the market. But until the start of the year 2016, they all had a cable joining the right and left earbud of all users. As of today, there’s a new breed of entirely wireless earbuds, and most of them don’t really work.

Connect The Apple AirPods To Your iPhone

Apple AirPods are said to be equipped with voice recognition technology as well as Siri, Apple’s talented virtual assistant. On the AirPods, there is only one button and the users can double-tap it to activate Siri. With the AirPods, Siri can perform any task that the users normally want in his/her Apple devices such as iPhone or Mac. Users of the wireless devices can also change settings on any iOS devices remotely with Siri especially while the device is in the pocket or another room but still within the range, as reported by GeekSays.

Despite this many unbelievable performances, there are still issues on connecting the Apple AirPods to the user's iPhone device. As soon as you open the lid of the case of the Apple AirPods, it can automatically connect with your iOS device. So you just have to open the AirPods case, your iPhone will detect your AirPods automatically, then tap the connect button on the popup menu. With this steps, the AirPods will connect hassle-free with your iPhone. Aside from that, you can also connect your AirPods with other Apple devices with firmware at least MacOS Sierra, iOS 10 and watchOS 3.

Common Issues Related To AirPods And Its Solution

Compared to the old Apple EarPods, the new AirPods leak a lot less sound, according to TopTechNews. So, while you can hear all, you won’t be reducing those around you to an improvised tiny disco directly to your ears. They still gush a little at high volume, but Apple rests assured that this issue is unbearable. Here are other issues that you might encounter while it is in use.

Battery Life

Many Apple AirPods owners have reported that the battery of their device is drained very quickly. As of now, there seems to be no cure for this issue. Apple believes that there’s nothing wrong with their AirPods, of course they are the real owners as well as producers. Preferably, some elements in the charging case of the Apple AirPods is to be blamed for this issue since it is related to its battery life.

Losing AirPods

Since the Apple AirPods are very tiny, small, wireless and techy but expensive, you wouldn’t want to lose a pair. If you think that you are a person who frequently loses things, well, you should double think about whether to buy this new Apple AirPods or not. There was an app named as the “Finder for AirPods” to help you keep track of your device when if you can't see it. But unfortunately, Apple pulled it off to the App Store and those who bought the app got their refunds.

Of course, there is always a solution to any problem. For you to reduce the chance of losing your Apple AirPods, you should always store them in its own charging case. Similarly, if the Apple AirPod falls off accidently from your ear, even while in use, remember that the other AirPod stops working immediately. Therefore, you must be alert because it is your clue that the other piece of the AirPod is missing.

Automatic Call Disconnection

You can receive as well as make calls using your Apple iPhone via AirPods. But it becomes annoying when the connection between your two Apple devices drop off all of a sudden. So, as a result, the call gets disconnected and the person on the other line is left hanging wondering what happened to you. Here are some of the suggestions to fix this issue.

First, rest the AirPods by putting them in their charging case. With this, the AirPods will be full charge once you will use it. Then, turn the Bluetooth of the AirPods off and then on. Next, restart your iPhone and check if the battery is low or not.

 

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