If you’ve ever wondered whether or not you can put someone else’s AirPods in your case, the short answer is no. The case is designed specifically for your own AirPods and won’t work with any other model. That being said, there are a few ways to get around this issue if you find yourself in a pinch.
- Take the other person’s AirPods out of their case
- Place them in your own AirPod case so that they fit snugly in the charging area
- Close the lid of your case and make sure that the green light is showing on the front, indicating that the AirPods are charging
- Leave them in your case until you’re ready to use them again and then follow the above steps in reverse to put them back in their own case when you’re done!
Can you charge your AirPods in someone else's case?
How Do I Know If My Airpods are Charged
Assuming you’re talking about the Apple earbuds, AirPods:To check the battery on your AirPods, do the following:
On your iOS device, go to Settings > Battery.
Find your AirPods in the list and check the percentage next to it. Or, swipe up from the bottom of your screen to open Control Center and check the percentage next to “AirPods” underConnected Devices.Alternatively, you can also ask Siri “How’s my battery level?” and she’ll tell you both yours and your AirPods’ levels.
If you have an Apple Watch paired with your iPhone, you can also check the charge by swiping up from the watch face to reveal Glances and then scroll down to find the Battery glance; here you’ll see both yours and your AirPods’ levels displayed.
If I Connect to Someone Else’S Airpods Will They Know
If you’re like me, you love your AirPods. They’re so convenient and easy to use! But what happens when you want to connect to someone else’s AirPods?
Can they tell that you’ve connected to their device?The answer is: it depends. If the other person has an iPhone running iOS 10 or later, they’ll get a notification saying that someone has connected to their AirPods.
However, if they’re using an older iPhone or don’t have an iPhone at all, they won’t get any sort of notification.So there you have it! If you want to keep your connection to someone else’s AirPods a secret, make sure they don’t have an iPhone running iOS 10 or later.
If you’ve ever wondered whether you can put someone else’s AirPods in your case, the answer is yes! You can put someone else’s AirPods in your case as long as they are the same model of AirPods. So, if you have AirPods 2nd generation and your friend has AirPods Pro, you can’t put their earbuds in your case.