How to use Airpods
AirPods are wireless Bluetooth earbuds designed specifically to work with your iPhone, iPad and is created by Apple. AirPods feature a built-in microphone which allows voice phone calls, and has active noise cancellation which means you can enjoy listening to different types of music, play games and watching movies you’d like without any background noise. AirPods are truly wireless earbuds, which means that each earpiece is fully self-contained. AirPods can be used with any Bluetooth Device, but full functionality, including Siri connectivity. This guide/topic content will walk you through everything you need to know. We are going to show you complete step by step guide on how to use Airpods.
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In here we got you covered with the answers on all of your questions about Apple Airpods.
Use Find My AirPods to actively locate them unless they’re within Bluetooth range of your iPhone, although Apple will helpfully record where you were the last time your AirPods were connected, which could help you figure out where they are if you think you left them behind somewhere.
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