Did you know that you can play a sound on AirPods to locate them? This is one of the most helpful features of Apple’s Find My app since small earphones have a tendency to get lost in pockets, fly under furniture, or fall between couch cushions. Keep reading to learn how you can play a sound on AirPods to locate them using Apple’s Find My app which is available on iPhone, iPad, Mac and icloud.com.
Learn how to play a sound on AirPods to locate them
Note that if you own the second-generation AirPods Pro, you can also play a sound on the charging case thanks to the built-in speaker. As for the other models, the sound will play on the AirPods themselves rather than the charging case.
- Open the Find My app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap Devices > then tap the name of your AirPods.
- Finally, tap Play Sound.
Your AirPods will make a sound to assist you to find them for a short while, or until you turn it off. The sound plays the following time your AirPods connect to a Wi-Fi or cellular network if they are not plugged into your device and Find My Network is not turned on.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to play a sound on AirPods to locate them. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
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