How to Check AirPods Battery Life

AirPods have become an essential accessory for many Apple users, providing a convenient and wireless way to listen to music, make calls, and interact with Siri. One common concern among AirPods users is knowing how much battery life is left in their devices. In this guide, we will explore the various methods you can use to check the battery life of your AirPods.

Checking Battery Life on iPhone
1. Connect AirPods: Ensure your AirPods are connected to your iPhone.
2. Open Control Center: Swipe down from the top right corner of the screen on iPhone X or later models, or swipe up from the bottom of the screen on earlier models to access Control Center.
3. Check Battery Widget: In Control Center, look for the battery widget which shows the remaining battery percentage of your AirPods as well as the charging case.

Checking Battery Life on Apple Watch
1. Connect AirPods: Make sure your AirPods are paired with your Apple Watch.
2. Access Control Center: Swipe up from the watch face to open Control Center.
3. Check Battery Percentage: Look for the battery icon in Control Center to see the remaining battery percentage of your AirPods.

Checking Battery Life on Mac
1. Connect AirPods: Pair your AirPods with your Mac if you haven’t already.
2. Click Bluetooth Icon: Click on the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar at the top of your screen.
3. View Battery Status: Locate your AirPods in the list of connected devices to see their current battery status.

Using Siri
1. Activate Siri: Double-tap on either of your AirPods or say “Hey Siri” to activate Siri.
2. Ask About Battery Life: Ask Siri “How’s my battery?” or “What’s my battery percentage?” to get an update on your AirPods’ battery status.

Checking Charging Case Battery
1. Open Case Near iPhone: Open your charging case near your paired iPhone.
2. Check Pop-up Notification: A pop-up notification will appear on your iPhone screen showing both the charging case and individual AirPods’ battery percentages.

By following these simple steps, you can easily keep track of the battery life of both your AirPods and their charging case, ensuring that you never run out of power when you need it most.