- Can you track AirPods if stolen?
- What happens if my AirPods are stolen?
- Can AirPods be tracked?
- Can you track AirPods with serial number?
- Can stolen AirPods be reset?
- Are AirPods trackable after reset?
- Can I find my AirPods if someone resets them?
- How far can AirPods be tracked?
- Can someone else use my AirPods?
Can you track AirPods if stolen?
If your AirPods are offline
If your AirPods do come back online, you’ll get a notification on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch you use them with. Find My is the only way that you can track or locate a lost or missing device. There is no other Apple service that can find, track, or otherwise flag your device for you.
What happens if my AirPods are stolen?
Apple says that if AirPods are lost or stolen, you’ll have to buy new ones, just like any other Apple product. There’s no anti-theft measures in place to protect your shiny wireless earbuds. That said, if one of your two AirPods is lost or stolen, Apple says you’ll be able to buy just one.
Can AirPods be tracked?
To track your AirPods, you can do so via either iCloud.com or the “Find iPhone” app on iPad and iPhone. To use the feature, open the Find iPhone app and look for “AirPods” in your list of devices. From there, you can see where your AirPods are located on a map and in relation to your other Apple products.
Can you track AirPods with serial number?
The serial number* is on the underside of the lid: If your AirPods are connected to your iOS device, you can also go to Settings > General > About > AirPods for the serial number: If you don’t have your charging case, but you have the original packaging, you can find the serial number next to the barcode.
Can stolen AirPods be reset?
But what if your Airpods get lost, or worse, stolen? Well, if the thief has an iPhone, iPad or Mac they can easily reset the product and make it their own. Unfortunately, there’s no way you can block your lost or stolen Airpods as they’re not connected to Wi-Fi. If you’re lucky enough you might be able locate them.
Are AirPods trackable after reset?
Your AirPods are now reset and will no longer recognize your device or any devices tied to your iCloud account. Now, when you open the AirPods case, you’ll be prompted to set it up.
Can I find my AirPods if someone resets them?
Unfortunately, you can’t use Find My to track your AirPods if they were in the charging case when someone stole them. This is because they don’t maintain an active connection to your device while in the case, to conserve battery life.
How far can AirPods be tracked?
So when you lose your AirPods and one or both are out of the case, you can use Find My to locate your AirPods when they are in Bluetooth range of any iDevice signed in with the same Apple ID (around 10 meters or 30 feet.)
Can someone else use my AirPods?
Yes, it is absolutely possible to use someone else’s AirPods. The issue you’ll need to deal with is pairing. When AirPods are paired, they become “X person’s AirPods” and that’s how they show up in your device list. If you take “X’s” AirPods and use them with your device, they’ll be renamed as “Y Person’s AirPods”.