In today’s article, I will be teaching you how to add AirPods to your iPhone, using Find My iPhone with a detailed step-by-step guide.
Do you know that most people are comfortable using Airpods, unlike the traditional earpiece?
Airpods are pretty handy and portable to use. It is one of the best sound hardware systems ever, this is because of its small nature and portable it is.
However, because of nature, in terms of how small it is, most people tend to find themselves losing their Airpods.
Unfortunately, once an Airpod(s) gets lost, it is difficult to find, this is a result of how small it is, making it entirely difficult to find, and more likely result in frustration.
The question is, how can you fix this problem underlying the use of Airpods, considering the smallish nature it is.
Well, using the Find My iPhone feature, you can track the whereabouts of your Airpods.
With Find My iPhone, you can easily link your Airpods to your iPhone.
Therefore, in this article, I will be guiding you on how you can connect your Airpods to your Find My iPhone.
How To Add Airpods To Find My Iphone
Connecting AirPods to Find My iPhone. With Find My iPhone, you can get any lost apple-related products. Find my, provides a means of helping you get lost items.
It runs on all Apple devices, such as the iPhone, Mac, and iPad. If you think you have lost your Airpods in a place where you don’t know you can simply use the Find My iPhone to locate it.
Find my iPhone, only works with Apple products, and therefore, non-apple products will not work with this feature.
To connect your Airpods to Find My iPhone can be done using the following steps:
Step 1: Open the Settings
This is the first step you need to figure out first, navigate to the Settings of your iPhone, where you will find several other options
Step 2: Tap on your name (Account), which is at the top corner.
Step 3: Select Find My, and Turn on Find My iPhone, by toggling it
Toggle, Find My Network and Send My Last Location (If you want to find your items even if they aren’t online)
Once you have paired your Airpods to your iPhone, Find My iPhone will automatically set up your Airpods.
It is important to ensure that Find My iPhone is turned on, immediately after you purchase your iPhone, to track lost devices.
Locating Your Airpods Using Find My App
Once your device has been paired, let’s say you accidentally misplaced your Airpods, and you need to find It asap.
There are several ways to locate your lost Airpods, either through iCloud7w or through your device.
Locating Your Airpods
To locate your Airpods via iCloud can be done using the following steps:
- Step 1: Visit iCloud and log in to your Apple account.
- Step 2: Click on Find My iPhone
- Step 3: Select All devices, there you will see all the devices that are connected to your iPhone.
- Step 4: Look for your Airpods and click on them, to see the location of where it is.
Similarly, you can as well locate your Airpods device using the Find My app on your iPhone.
Launch the Find My App on your iPhone, tap on Devices and Select your Airpods.
The Find my iPhone uses a map to get the location of your Airpods., If the map can’t locate your Airpods, a notification will be displayed on your screen, notifying you about No location found.
Why Are My Airpods Not Listed In Find My iPhone?
If your Airpods aren’t listed in your Find My iPhone, then probably, it could be that you haven’t turned on Find My on your iPhone. If it is turned off, your Airpods won’t be listed.
Another reason why your Airpods aren’t listed on Find My iPhone. You need to ensure that your Airpods are charged, if your Airpods aren’t charged, Find My iPhone won’t be able to find your Airpods until it is recharged.
How Do You Add A Device To Find My Iphone?
You need to first connect your device to your Apple ID, if you have connected your Airpods to Find My iPhone, you’ll always get notified when you leave it behind.
If Someone Steals My Airpods, Can I Still Track Them?
No, you can’t track your Airpods if it has been stolen, this is because it might have been connected to a new iCloud account, and probably, yours might have been disconnected as well.
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