If the complete set is stolen, it can be used easily.
There’s a pair button in the Airpods Case that allow others to connect with the Airpods.
Once stolen and out of your phone’s range it can be easily used by other.
Can someone else connect to 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”.
What to do if my AirPods are stolen?
So if your AirPods are lost, out of their case, and somewhere close by, you can use Find My iPhone to find them again. If your AirPods are out of range of all of your devices, need to charge, or are in the AirPod Case, Find My iPhone can still help by showing the time and location where they were last connected.
Can Reset AirPods be tracked?
The person may have reset them, but even if they didn’t you wouldn’t get any location updates unless the thief walked by and remained in range of your device long enough for the AirPods to pair. The reset doesn’t change the identity of the bluetooth module so that may have nothing to do with locating them, either.
How do you know if your AirPods are stolen?
Check If Your Airpods Were Stolen
- Start the Find my iPhone app on your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad.
- Use your Apple ID and passcode to log in.
- Select your AIrpods.
- The blue dot will show you your location (from the device you’re using at the moment).