How many years will AirPods pro last?
Just like regular AirPods, the batteries in Apple’s $250 AirPods Pro aren’t designed to last forever, and owners will likely need to replace the batteries via Apple or buy a new pair AirPods Pro every two or three years.
Do AirPods wear out?
The tiny batteries buried in AirPods start to wear out in a few years. This despite the original AirPods being, at most, 2.25 years old. Those who bought AirPods soon after the late-2016 launch are reporting decreasing battery lives. In some cases, the original five hours on a single charge dropped to half that.
How long do the AirPods 2 last?
The AirPods last for up to five hours of non-stop music listening on a single charge, but if you’re using them for phone calls, the battery drains faster. The second-generation AirPods last for up to three hours when talking on the phone, while the original AirPods last for two hours.
Why does one AirPod pro die faster?
Certainly when you make calls, only one AirPod acts as a microphone and so its charge goes down faster. Those 2016 AirPods first gave us that baleful low battery sound after one hour and 19 minutes. We got a second at one hour and 59 minutes. Then at two hours, 6 minutes, they died.