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Anyone who has ever lost an AirPods or AirPods Case knows how aggravating it is to be without them. All generations of Apple’s AirPods are referred to as “AirPods.” What should you do if you lose your AirPods or AirPods Case?

Most Apple device owners will be familiar with the iCloud features. You’re already aware of the importance of the iCloud. Simply put, iCloud is a feature that must be present in all Apple products.

Apple’s cloud storage, iCloud, offers 5GB of free cloud storage, as well as Apple devices that use Find Devices to help you find your misplaced devices. There will only be one opportunity to locate your misplaced devices.

What to do if you lose your AirPods and case is covered in this post. If you don’t have your AirPods with you, you’ll be able to see your current location only if you have an iPhone with AirPods. (or) you misplaced your AirPods because they weren’t in the Charging Case. (You must also have Find My activated in your iCloud; otherwise, you will only be able to pray using one method.)

Otherwise, the AirPods that have gone missing could be dead. Even if you are no longer connected to the linked iPhone, you will only be able to see the location of the last connected iPhone in your Find My. “No Location Found or Offline” is the only message you’ll get. Once your AirPods are back online, notifications will appear on any devices connected to your iCloud account.

The AirPods aren’t the only gadget, like other Apple products. Is it because one of the sides has gone missing? or Have both sides surrendered? Important: If you lose your AirPods while using Find My, tracing the location from iCloud will only give you the location for one side of the AirPods. As a result, if one side vanishes, it’s obvious.

That isn’t the case at all. If one or both sides of the AirPods are missing, you must first find the missing side. Once you’ve found it, put it in the AirPods case, and then refresh the location in iCloud Location to show the other side’s location.

It is tough to establish the exact site of the location trace due to our country’s weak map locations. As a result, one of the iCloud services should be seriously considered. This is to alert you to any missing iDevices. As soon as you arrive in our country, locating an iCloud location is like finding a needle in a haystack. You can use iCloud or the Find My app to set an alarm to find them when you arrive in the area, and you’ll hear a stronger alarm sound. Two-minute intervals will be played for the sound.

This section will assist you in tracking down your misplaced AirPods. You can return your AirPod or charging case to Apple for a replacement if you can’t find it or if something is broken. (It’s less expensive than buying a new one.) In Myanmar, Apple Authorized Stores such as mCare and iPro offer this service. The service will also be available in Apple Devices shops that offer excellent customer service.

How can you use AirPods to keep them from falling out of your ears?

Apple’s iDevices come with a variety of features that are really useful. If you’re using an iPhone 12 or higher, you should enable Separation Alerts on AirPods (3rd Gen) and above. You will be notified if you forget something if you have it switched on.

  1. Open the Find My app.
  2. Go to the Devices tab, and choose your AirPods.
  3. Under Notifications, tap Notify When Left Behind.
  4. Turn on Notify When Left Behind.

You can use the iCloud capability to leave a message if the missing AirPods are 3rd Gen or higher. If someone discovers those AirPods and connects them to their phone, the message will appear in Lost Mode on their phone if you include your phone number or email address in the message.

How can you activate AirPods’ Lost Mode?

  1. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, open the Find My app.
  2. Go to the Devices tab, and choose your AirPods.
  3. Scroll down to Mark as Lost, and select Activate.
  4. Follow the onscreen steps if you want your contact information to display for your missing AirPods.

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