Quick Answer: Can You Shower With AirPods Pro?

Your AirPods Pro are water and sweat resistant, but they are not waterproof or sweatproof.

* The wireless charging case is not water or sweat resistant.

AirPods Pro aren’t designed for use in water sports like swimming, or for showering.

How waterproof are AirPods pro?

Well, the short answer is no, they’re not entirely waterproof. But the AirPods Pro is water-resistant, which means it can handle sweat and water spills, including rain. However, the AirPods Pro is unlikely to survive if you submerge it underwater.

Can you wear AirPods pro in the rain?

The IPX4 official description is that your AirPods Pro will be able to withstand splashing water, no matter the direction. This means that you will be able to take them to the gym and won’t have to worry about getting caught in a rain storm, but you should not take them for a swim.

What do I do if my AirPods Pro gets wet?

What To Do if Your AirPods Get Wet

  • Dampen a piece of cloth with clean water.
  • Wipe the AirPods clean carefully using the cloth.
  • Leave them out to dry before placing them in the charging case.
  • Do not use the AirPods until they are completely dry.

What happens if AirPods get wet?

If you have AirPods Pro, your AirPods are water resistant, but not waterproof. The Wireless Charging Case for AirPods Pro is not waterproof or water resistant, so be careful not to get moisture in any openings. If an AirPod becomes damaged after it gets wet, you can chat or talk with us to order a replacement.

Are Airpod pros noise Cancelling?

‌AirPods Pro‌ are Apple’s first in-ear headphones with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), which is designed to adapt to the shape of your ear and block out the outside world so you can focus on what you’re listening to.

Will sweat ruin AirPods?

Sadly, no. The lack of any kind of IP certification means the AirPods are not sweat-resistant as well. The lack of any kind of water and sweat-resistance means that if you ever end up liquid damaging your AirPods, Apple is not going to replace it for you under warranty.