How to check the battery duration of your AirPods
How to check the battery life of your AirPods using your iPhone or Android device, but in this case, an iPhone is probably going to be preferable. Maybe one or two techniques exist for doing this. It’s really fairly simple and not quite obvious, so I’m not sure how people don’t understand it. You should open your iPhone and swipe to one side, assuming the device is turned on. If your AirPods are connected, you should have the option to see some sort of battery device; however, in this case, I don’t have one. If you click the alter button, however, you are free to add that battery device; OK, that is so much better since it was so annoying before; so continue to tap on batteries, which is located here.
Click after positioning it at the top. You can probably tell by the fact that my AirPods aren’t connected here that I just rejoined them. This is a really cool spot where you should be able to see the battery life if you have the top open or something similar. As you can see, the AirPods themselves are fully charged at 100%, and my case still has 74% of its battery life left. You should have the ability to add them on the home screen on iOS 14 to make it remarkably better.
Placing your AirPods case next to your iPhone is another way to do the task without having to swipe around. You should be able to pull up your AirPods batteries here so that you can see the exact same information: 74% on the AirPods case, 100% on the AirPods, as long as you can see them and they’re somewhat close to one another. In essence, that is how the cycle currently works in iOS 14. You should actually check the battery level in your AirPods case and update to iOS 14 thanks to a really great little extension called AirPods battery wellbeing.
Put your iPod’s case exactly next to the AirPods, and you should be able to monitor the battery life as such. That is basically how to use AirPods, so it’s really lovely. You should be able to access this data by going to your Bluetooth devices and choosing the data tab. There is still another way to do this, which is to look into batteries, which is fine. Even so, I’m certain that none of you have updated to iOS 14 yet.