If you’ve ever wondered how to switch your AirPods between your iPhone and Macbook, wonder no more! It’s actually quite simple. All you need to do is put your AirPods in their case, then hold down the setup button on the back of the case.
While holding that down, open up Bluetooth settings on your iPhone. Once Bluetooth settings are open, you should see your AirPods case pop up under “Other Devices.” Tap on it and then select “Forget This Device.”
Now do the same thing on your Macbook. Open up Bluetooth settings and find your AirPods case under “Other Devices.”
- Open the lid of your AirPods case, then press and hold the button on the back for a few seconds
- While still holding the button, put your AirPods close to your iPhone or iPad
- When you see the Apple logo or an image of a switch appear on your device’s screen, release the button
- Wait for a few seconds for your device to connect to your AirPods, then open Settings > Bluetooth and make sure that Connected is next to your AirPods in the list of devices
How Do I Automatically Switch between Airpods Iphone And Mac?
Assuming you would like tips on how to automatically switch audio between AirPods and your Mac: One of the great things about the AirPods is that they can be used with multiple devices. You can seamlessly switch between using them with your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Here are a few tips on how to automatically switch audio between your AirPods and Mac. On your Mac, open System Preferences and click on Bluetooth. Make sure that the box next to “Allow Bluetooth devices to wake this computer” is checked.
Next, go to Security & Privacy in System Preferences. Click on the Privacy tab and make sure that the box next to “Enable location services” is checked. Now, when you have your AirPods in and you want to use them with your Mac, simply say “Hey Siri, connect my AirPods”.
Siri will then connect your AirPods and route the audio through them. When you’re done using them, say “Hey Siri, disconnect my AirPods”. This will automatically switch the audio back to whatever device you were previously using (e.g., iPhone or iPad).
If for some reason Siri doesn’t correctly route the audio or if you want more control over which device your AirPods are connected to, you can always do it manually by going into Settings > Bluetooth on your iPhone or iPad (or System Preferences > Bluetooth on your Mac).
How Do I Switch Between iPhone And Laptop With Airpods?
Assuming you would like a step-by-step process on how to connect your AirPods to both an iPhone and MacBook:
- On your iPhone, open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone. The case’s status light should flash white.
- On your iPhone, tap Connect to start using your AirPods. If you don’t see it, go to Settings > Bluetooth, tap next to the name of your AirPods, then tap.
- To use your AirPods with your Mac, put them in their case—the status light should turn white—then open Bluetooth on your Mac and choose to Connect next to “AirPods.”
Now that you know how to connect your AirPods with both devices, switching between the two is easy. When you want to use your AirPods with your iPhone, just take them out of the case—nearby iPhones will automatically detect and connect. And when you want to use them with your Mac, put them in the case and choose Connect from within System Preferences > Bluetooth (on a MacBook running macOS Catalina 10.15 or later).
How Do I Split Airpods between Two Devices?
If you have an iPhone and another Apple device, like an iPad or iPod touch, you can use AirPods on both devices. Here’s how: Put your AirPods in their case—lid open—near your iPhone.
Open the lid of the case, then press and hold the button on the back for a few seconds. The status light should flash white, then amber, indicating that your AirPods are ready to connect to another device. On your other device, go to Settings > Bluetooth and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on.
If you’re using an iOS device, make sure that Find My [device] is off. Look for your AirPods in the list of devices and tap them to connect. Once your AirPods are connected to both devices, audio will play from both devices at the same time—provided that both devices are within range of your AirPods.
To adjust volume levels independently on each device, use the volume control on the respective device.
Why Do My AirPods Keep Connecting to My Phone Instead of My Mac?
If you’re having trouble with your AirPods connecting to your Mac instead of your iPhone, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that both devices are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID. This will help ensure that they can communicate with each other.
Next, check the Bluetooth settings on both your Mac and iPhone. Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that your devices are paired correctly. If you’re still having trouble, try restarting both your Mac and iPhone.
It’s also possible that there’s an issue with the AirPods themselves. If they keep disconnecting from your Mac, even after trying all of the above troubleshooting steps, it’s possible that there’s a problem with the AirPods or their charging case. In this case, you should contact Apple support for assistance.
How to Switch Airpods between Devices?
If you have multiple Apple devices, you can use your AirPods with all of them. Just make sure that your devices are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID, and have Bluetooth turned on. To switch between devices:
-Put your AirPods in their case. -Open the lid and hold the case next to the iPhone or iPad that you want to connect to. -A setup animation appears on your iPhone or iPad.
Tap Connect then taps Done.
If you have an iPhone and a Mac, you can use your AirPods to listen to music or make phone calls on either device. To switch your AirPods from one device to the other, simply put them in the charging case and then open the lid. Once the AirPods are in the case, they will automatically connect to the last device they were connected to.
If you want to connect them to a different device, just hold down the button on the back of the case for a few seconds until the light turns white. Then, open the lid and put your AirPods in your ears. They should now be connected to your new device!