Are you the one who have lost AirPods Pro or AirPods Max at your home or somewhere around you? This guide covers how to find my lost AirPods Pro using iPhone in just few taps.

Another day, another amazing guide to share with iPhone users who actually own AirPods Pro or AirPods Max. This guide need no third party application or something to connect with your iCloud first. But, one important thing you need is Find My application on your iPhone and I hope you do not have deleted this default app.

Earlier in October, Apple released new Firmware update for AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, Beats Solo Pro, PowerBeats 4 and PowerBeats Pro. This update is not noticeable and need manual instructions to install. Apple Says, whenever you connect your Earbuds with your iPhone’s bluetooth the update is automatically installed.

ALSO READ: How to Update AirPods Pro Firmware

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Find My application on your iPhone, iPad and Mac is one of the greatest application by Apple. If you are not familiar with this one then now you are going to use it. Cool features like Find People and Find Devices are available. So using this application we are going to play a sound on lost AirPods Pro & even tracking them.

How to Track and Find My Lost AirPods Pro?

Now just follow this guide even if you have lost the single AirPods Pro. Before proceeding you have setup Find My feature on your iPhone for your devices and including your iPhone. To check this just go to Settings > YOUR NAME > Find My > Enabled. If you have already turned on this one then follow the guide.

If you just want to locate AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, Beats Solo & PowerBeats on Map

  1. On your iPhone, iPad or Mac Look for Find My Application.
  2. Go to Devices.
  3. Tap on your AirPods Pro, AirPods Max or other one’s.

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Now you have a map on your screen which is showing the location of your AirPods Pro where they are active at the moment. Still not helpful? Continue reading Find My AirPods Pro using iPhone, iPad or Mac.

If you want to Find just One AirPod or AirPods Pro

  1. Open Find My App on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
  2. Go to Devices.
  3. Since you have only one piece with you put that one in case and refresh the application.
  4. Find My App will now show you the location of other one.

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If you want to Play Sound on AirPods Pro

In case, you want to play a sound on your AirPods and you think they are around you then first make sure they are connected with your device bluetooth.

  1. On your iPhone, iPad or Mac open Find My App.
  2. Go to Devices Tab.
  3. Tap on your AirPods Pro.
  4. Play Sound.

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The results are amazing. Sound will be playing for 2 minutes or until you stop it manually. This method works when you lost them in your room, in the pocket of your coat you just hanged a while ago or whatever.

Incase, You want a Precise Location of your AirPods Pro

This method is surprising and worked even for me & that’t the reason I am writing this guide so others can also find their’s once lost.

  1. On your iPhone, iPad or Mac open Find My App.
  2. Go to Devices Tab.
  3. Tap on your AirPods Pro.
  4. Now tap ‘Find’ Nearby Option.
  5. Follow instructions on your device.

This method is so much helpful when the location is your home or office but you can’t find them. Very few people know about this method because it is one of the secret feature and update with no important notification for AirPods Pro.

For this method you need to show patience while searching because the signal may be weak. So it is important to keep an eye on the instructions. There are only two cases whether the AirPods are not where you are looking so try changing room.

When your iPhone finds the AirPods near by it will show you a very blue screen which is the meaning of success.

Before ending this guide, here’s a video from Apple how to find lost AirPods even if they are ¬†offline.

Now let us know if this guide have helped you. We are looking forward to see experience with us from our visitors.

Do not forget to keep visiting our blog for more posts on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Watch and AirPods.

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