Today we are going to address a very common issue faced by Apple users. The issue is — AirPods battery draining too fast. In this guide, we will tell you how to fix AirPods battery draining too fast issue. When the Airpods were launched by Apple, the critics took as nothing more than a gimmick. However, with the passage of time, they have become so popular that the Sales outpace the production by quite a good margin. Apple is struggling to manufacture them in order to keep up with the demand. So, if you own Airpods and their battery is draining faster than it should then this is the guide for you. The following are a couple of tricks through which you can fix your AirPods battery draining problem.
Usually, AirPods battery lasts long enough to get you through your listening needs. AirPods can get up to 5 hours of listening time or 2 hours of talk time on a single charge. With multiple charges in your case, you get more than 24 hours of listening time or up to 11 hours of talk time. If you feel that your AirPods battery is draining too fast then you should try below fixes.
How to Fix AirPods Battery Draining Too Fast Issue
Below are a bunch of fixes that you can try to fix your problem with AirPods battery.
- Fully charge then fully drain your AirPods battery to see if that fixes the battery problem. Usually, this works with users. If it doesn’t, then move to the second point.
- Put your AirPods in their charging case. Now, look for a small button on the back of the case. Press it for 10 to 15 seconds, let it be 15 seconds on the safer side. The case’s internal light between the AirPods will flash white and then amber, indicating the AirPods have reset. You will have to set up your AirPods again as if they are new just out of the box. If this fails as well, then don’t worry and move on to our third fix in this regard.
- Third option is to head into the Bluetooth settings of your iPhone or iPad and then forget the AirPods before re-pairing them. This seems useless, but this trick has worked for users — so don’t skip and give it a try.
If none of the above works, then I am afraid that you will have to visit closet Apple Care with your AirPods. If your AirPods are in warranty then you will get a replacement. Otherwise, you will have to buy a brand new pair. I know they expensive, but you don’t have other choices apart from buying a new pair.