If you are an Apple fan, AirPods are the must have wireless headphones to own. They know when they are in their ears, pause music when taken out, and when you pair them with your iPhone, they already work on your Mac, iPad and iPod touch with the same Apple ID. However, when using them on any other device, you must manually connect them later to your iPhone.
When you play audio from your iPhone on these small, small, earplugs, take a break when you can play an audiobook, song, lecture, podcast or other audio file or stream on AirPods, it works instantly. But when you connect your AirPods to a Mac, iPad, iPod Touch, Windows PC, Android phone or tablet or any other compatible device, when you use them on your iPhone again, they don't automatically know you want to do that.
Fortunately, it is easy to reconnect your AirPods to your iPhone, if you do it right. Instead of being mixed through the Settings to find the Bluetooth menu to connect AirPods again, you can do so without leaving the lock screen, home screen or app you are using.
Step 1: Open Your iPhone Control Center  There are two ways to access Control Center depending on which iPhone you own. If you are using an iPhone X, turn down from the right right corner X S X S Max or X R . If you are using an older iPhone with a home button and no face ID, swipe from the top of the screen.
Step 2: Connecting your AirPods  Press and hold the sound card at the top of the Control Center until it enlarges to full view mode, and then press on the AirPlay icon, which looks like a triangular tower radiating around circular air waves. Here you can see all available Bluetooth devices that you can connect to your iPhone, including AirPods.
If you do not see your AirPods listed, the batteries may be dead, so you need to load with your AirPods case or in AirPods case, depending on whether is uploaded itself or not. Also make sure that Bluetooth is turned on, which can also be done in the Control Center.
After pressing AirPods, you wait for a second before a check box appears next to them, and AirPods connects to your iPhone just like that. You can now start playing music, podcasts or other audio types through your Bluetooth wireless headphones as you normally would.
This four-process re-connection process of your AirPods to your iPhone is the same regardless of which device you were connected to before. As a page number, this process works exactly the same for an iPad or iPod touch.
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