How to activate airpods
Learn how to connect/activate and customize your AirPods with this collection of instructions and tip.
Your AirPods do far more than just play music from your iPhone, iPad and Mac.
Apple's wireless earbuds -- known as the AirPods -- have been highly demanded since it was released. Some of the reasons why the AirPods are popular is that being free of wires while listening to audio is very convenient, it pairs with devices quickly and phone calls sound crystal clear.
This wikiHow teaches you how to use Apple's latest wireless headphones. AirPods can be used with any Bluetooth Device, but full functionality, including Siri connectivity, is only available on iPhone or iPad running iOS 10.2 (or higher) or a Mac running OS X Sierra.
The AirPods Pro feature a new design and higher price tag, but the pairing process is the same as Apple’s other truly wireless earbuds. Setting up the headphones is a breeze, whether you’re connecting them to an iPhone or anything else.
That snazzy H1 chip in the AirPods Pro (W1 in the AirPods and AirPods 2) essentially eliminates the need for a laborious pairing process, provided that you have a compatible iPhone or MacBook. However, Android owners will have to do a little more work in the quest to rock on with their bad selves. Here's how to connect AirPods with Android phones and tablets.