Wireless Charging Case for AirPods
With the Wireless Charging Case, charging is as simple as placing your AirPods in the case and laying it on a Qi-compatible charging mat. The LED indicator on the front of the case lets you know that your AirPods are charging. And when you’re away from a charging mat, you can use the Lightning port to charge. The Wireless Charging Case works with all generations of AirPods and can hold multiple charges.
Designed by Apple
AirPods charge quickly inside the case
Case can be charged either wirelessly using a Qi-compatible charging mat or with the Lightning connector
What’s in the Box
Wireless Charging Case
Wireless Charging Case: 40 grams (1.41 ounces)
Wireless Charging Case: 44.3 x 21.3 x 53.5 mm (1.74 x 0.84 x 2.11 inches)
Wireless Charging Case: charges via wireless (Qi-compatible) charging mat or Lightning connector
Lithium-Based Battery Shipments
Due to standalone lithium-based battery shipping restrictions, this product may only ship via ground and is subject to domestic and international shipping requirements. If the final ship-to address is not eligible for ground shipments, the order may be subject to cancellation.
Answers from the community
how do you tell the charge level of the charging case
- Asked by corky G from Los gatos
- on 17-Jun-2019
Can I still charge the case with a wire
- Asked by Enrique R from Seagoville
- on 22-Jun-2019
Will the Wireless Charging Case work with the 1st Gen Airpods?
- Asked by Cody C from Edmonton
- on 20-Mar-2019
Yes. As per the product overview the charging case works with all generations of the AirPods.
- Answered by Marty C from Redwood City
- on 20-Mar-2019
Will it charge with the Catalyst protective case on it.
- Asked by David H from Evansville
- on 24-Mar-2019
If I lost my original charging case and buy a back up, will I still be able to pair to my iPhone?
- Asked by Claudia B from Cary
- on 16-May-2019
- Answered by Stephanie B
- on 17-May-2019
What does the button in the back do?
- Asked by Pedram F from Los Angeles
- on 4-Apr-2019
The button on the back is used to put your AirPods into pairing mode.
- Answered by Braden N from Halifax
- on 5-Apr-2019