How To Check AirPods Charging Case Battery On iPhone Or iPad

Check AirPods Charging Case Battery

Are you looking for the way to check AirPods Charging Case Battery on your iPhone or iPad, then stop looking as that is exactly what we are going to show you in this post.

It is easy enough to check AirPods battery however things can get tricky when you want to know how much battery is left in your AirPods charging case. This applies to all AirPods models with charging cases including AirPods Pro, AirPods 3, AirPods 2 and original AirPods.

Good news is it is quite simple to check AirPods charging case battery, provided you know how to look for it.

Follow these steps to find out remaining percentage of battery in AirPods charging case.

When AirPods are in their case

When AirPods are in their case, then you can easily check AirPods case battery by bringing the case close to your iPhone or iPad and opening its lid.

As soon as you open the lid you will see the AirPods popup on the screen that will tell you the current status of your AirPods battery and battery remaining in its charging case.

Check AirPods Charging Case Battery

In addition to the popup, you can also view the charging case battery status on the home screen battery widget.

When AirPods are out of their case

When AirPods are being used and in your ears, iPhone or iPad will only show you the battery remaining in the headphones. Unfortunately it does not show the remaining battery of the charging case.

You can fix this by removing both of the AirPods from your ears and putting them back into the case. As soon as you do, your iOS device will show the AirPods popup with the battery information.

When AirPods are in the case and charging, the home screen battery widget will also display the remaining battery of your AirPods case.

There you have it, this is how you can stay updated with how much charge is remaining in your AirPods charging case.

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