How to charge AirPods pro

How to charge AirPods pro

Physically looking at AirPods, you’ll find no charging port to recharge it as you would find in your smartphone.

How then do you charge it?

In this post, you will learn how to charge AirPods pro without having to look like someone who is not keeping up with what is trendy.

On a single charge, the new AirPods Pro has 4.5 hours of listening time or up to 3.5 hours of talk time.

This version outperforms the previous AirPods 2.

Well, this post is not about the AirPod pro review and specification but about charging AirPod pro.

You can look up its specifications in the posts linked above.

Let me go ahead and share the guide on how to charge your AirPod pro before I digress from the topic of today.

Charging the AirPods Pro TWS earbuds

When the earbuds of your AirPods pro is out of power, you simply put it back in the case to get it charging.

There are light indications and they denote different things.

The yellow led status light means that you have less than one full charge remaining.

But when you have the green led status light, it means that it is fully charged.

Charging the AirPods Pro charging case

You can charge your AirPods Pro charging case in one of two ways: with a lightning cable or with a wireless adapter.

You can choose from the charging options which of them is more convenient for you.

— Charging with a wireless charger

A Qi-certified charging mat can be used to charge your AirPods Pro Wireless Charging Case. Make sure the status light is facing up and the lid is closed when you place your case on the charger.

On the charging mat, you can simply tap the case to know the charging status of your AirPod pro whether it is fully charged which will show green, or about to be fully charged which will show yellow.

Remember I told you that there are two ways which you can charge.

That leads us to the next charging option which is charging with the cable.

Charging with the charging cable

To charge your AirPods Pro case via a wired connection, just plug the cable that came with your AirPods into the port on your case.

A Lightning to USB-C cable or a Lightning to USB cable is also a suitable choice.

The other end of the cable should be plugged into a USB adapter or socket.

You can charge your case when wearing your AirPods or without them.

Using an iPhone or iPad USB charger or plug it into your Mac makes charging faster.

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