Why Do My AirPods Keep Dying So Fast?

Why are my AirPods dying so quickly?

The lithium-ion batteries that power AirPods are everywhere. They charge faster, last longer, and pack more power into a small space than other types of batteries do. But they die faster, too, often after just a few years, because every time you charge them, they degrade a little.

How can I make my AirPods battery last longer?

Keep Them Cased: The AirPods case itself stores 24 hours of additional charge, so it should keep you going if you use your AirPods twice daily on a long commute, for instance. Just make sure you keep your AirPods in their case when they’re not in use, and remember to connect the case to a power outlet every few days.

How long should AirPods last?

around five hours

Do AirPods drain battery when not in use?

AirPods lose battery when you are not wearing them because they are “listening” for a connection. The assumption Apple has built-in to the AirPods is that if you take them out and don’t put them back in the case, you are going to be putting them back in soon.

Does Apple replace AirPods for free?

If one of your AirPods earbuds (or the case itself) breaks due to manufacturing defect within the first year of owning it, you should be able to get Apple to replace the affected piece(s) for free. If it’s just the battery that’s affected, you can replace a single bud (or the case) for $49 each.

Can stolen AirPods be used?

Yes.! 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.