Apple's wireless earbuds, also known as AirPods, have been in high demand since their release. The AirPods' popularity is due to their ability to listen to audio without wires, pair with other devices quickly, and make phone calls crystal clear.

Simply open the charging case, press down the setup button at the back, and then tap "Connect" to pair your AirPods to an iPhone. Make sure Bluetooth is on. When you connect your AirPods with an iCloud device, the device will recognize any other connected devices such as iPads or iPods. You can avail more of such HomeKit Australia products by browsing online.

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1) Understanding the Status Lights in The AirPods Charging Case

The status light is located between your AirPods in the charging case. If your AirPods are inside the charging case, the status light will display the current charge status. The status of your case will be displayed by the light.

Each color represents a particular status. Amber indicates that there is less than one charge remaining. Green means it's charged. Your AirPods will be ready to go if the light flashes white. If the light turns amber, you might need to re-setup your AirPods.

2) Pair the AirPods with non-Apple Devices

The flush button at the back of your charging case allows you to pair the AirPods with non-Apple devices. If you want to pair the AirPods with a new device, place the wireless earbuds in the case. Keep the lid open. Flip the lid over and press down on the button to turn the LED white. 

The Bluetooth settings for the device that you want to pair with the AirPods will show them. If the AirPods are paired with non-Apple devices, however, they will not support features such as automatic disconnection after taking the headphones out or double tapping.