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: 1.41 ounces (40 g)
Wireless Charging Case: 1.74 by 0.84 by 2.11 inches (44.3 by 21.3 by 53.5 mm)
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
Can I keep my AirPods 1in the wireless charging case
- Asked by Saul R from Elsmere
- on Apr 2, 2020
Will the charging light stay lit while wirless charging?
- Asked by Curtis E G from Philadelphia
- on Apr 23, 2020
If i purchase the airpods 2 which have wireless charging case how can i charge the case? is it only with the Qi charger?
- Asked by Leen J from Leipzig
- on Mar 30, 2020
If stolen will I be able to track them / find them
- Asked by Marqshervon V from San Diego
- on Feb 20, 2020
Will it charge with the Catalyst protective case on it.
- Asked by David H from Evansville
- on Mar 24, 2019
Dose the case hold a charge itself and charge the ear buds without being connected to a charger, and if so , how long dose it last?
- Asked by Jason H from Wisconsin Rapids
- on Jan 5, 2020
Hi there Jason,
Yes, you charge the case using a lighting cable, and then the case can be used to Hi there Jason,
Yes, you charge the case using a lighting cable, and then the case can be used to charge AirPods wherever you are. The AirPods themselves can get up to 5 hours of listening time or 3 hours of talk time on a single charge. With the case fully charged, you can recharge your AirPods and should be able to get upwards of 24 hours of listening time or up to 18 hours of talk time. Finally, it’s worth noting that if you charge your AirPods in the case for 15 minutes, you get up to 3 hours of listening or up to 2 hours of talk time
Hope this was helpful!
- Answered by Stan S
- on Jan 5, 2020