If you released AirPods in late 2016, you ‘re probably only able to listen to them for less time you did without changing it. We will discuss what you should do to check AirPods battery life and you what’s going on.
We’re now in the third year after the introduction of the AirPods and virtually everything is exactly the same.
We really love them, and we marvel at how amazing they are for ever. Sure, we’re still aware that they’re expensive too, but even after all this time, few companies have attempted to offer the same consistency in anything that approaches this size.
Sadly, one thing is substantially different — and that is the life of the cell.
How long AirPod batteries last is unlikely to be completely statistically reliable because it depends on so many factors. For example, if you make or receive phone calls through your AirPods, you can drain the battery faster of course.
When you take them out and leave them without playing something on your desk they can drain anyway. But, if you put them back in their case if you don’t listen, you’re reloading them too.
There is often a gap between every pair between the left and right AirPods and this may be for a few reasons.
Probably only one AirPod serves as a microphone while you make calls and then the charge goes down faster. Apple can also send audio to only one of the AirPods, and then transmit it to the other.
Apple doesn’t say that, but the AirPods are two separate devices that appear to only use the same Bluetooth link, so it’s likely and makes sense.
The charging cases give up to 24 hours of extra listening time or more than 18 hours of talk time for both models.
So how long actually do AirPods last and how to check AirPods battery on windows?
The limiting factor of AirPods Pro or AirPods earbuds ‘lifetime is their batteries’ ability to sustain a transition.
You will note, with time, that the AirPods will no longer last up to 5 hours. Over several months of use, battery life per charge can decline significantly.
How long that lasts depend on how extensively you use the AirPods, but from the anecdotes on our forums, it seems like the original AirPods will last around 2 years before you begin to see a significant drop in battery capacity, so it is doubtful that AirPods Pro will last longer.