About 30 feet.
- Answered by Braden N from Halifax
- 5 Apr 2019
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (I looked and couldn’t find the answer, but how far away does my device have to be before the AirPods disconnect?)
About 30 feet.
No, it's free, but it does mean, if you have it shipped, it'll take a few days for the shipping to even start, so you'll be without them for longer.
No. You can only use AirPods with one device at a time.
No but it is a little heavier
The Apple-designed H1 Chip makes the AirPods a Class 1 Bluetooth. Supporting the 5.0 standard as well.
I understand the case has the wireless charging capability. What type of charger do the earbuds come
The Airpods only come with a lightning cable to charge the case. You have to buy a wireless charger separately to use the wireless charging function of the case.
With the new AirPods , you can charge the earphones wireless by putting them into the case and with the old ones, they are not wireless you have to charge them using a cable and with the newer ones you can either charge the case using a charging pad or the apple cable. But, if you do not want to purchase the £200 AirPods , you can just but the £80 wireless charging case and put the old AirPods earphones in and make them wireless
I bought the complete new AirPods 2 with charging case and I also bought the round Belkin white wire
If you quoted the name correctly "AirPods 2 with charging case" then you can only plug it in with the lightning connector, only the "AirPods 2 with wireless charging case" charges by both wireless and wired.
Funny, just thought of the same thing, so I tried it, since the Watch charger is Qi, but simply a smaller coil (I hear that it might charge non-apple watches).
I tried it with my AirPods case, and it does not work with the Apple Watch charger. It doesn't even recognize it. I also tried it with a non-Apple Watch charger. This charger seems to recognize the case (i.e. the light comes on, and the status says charging), but it does not actually charge, although it gets hot. I suspect that the coil is too small and/or does not provide enough current, I think it's only 350mA.
Yes it will as long as the protective case in under 3-5mm thick and not made of metal or magnetic material. Magnets and metal will not allow for the wireless charging to work.
It likely won't hurt it the charger should adjust accordingly but they don't have any type of fast charge so you won't see much of a speed increase if any.
Yes, AirPods can be charged in more than one case
Wireless airpods can be charged through a wireless charger, whereas, a non-wireless case can only be charged through a lightning cable.
Yes and no. When you turn on airplane mode you then have to turn bluetooth back on. Then your AirPods will work. Bluetooth can be on while airplane mode is still on.