techno.rentetan.com – In Apple’s portfolio, Beats has various headphones, including some with the H1 or W1 chip, which allow Apple’s own AirPods certain great features. Beats headphones are not simply easy to set up with an iOS system with a W1 or H1 chip, as is Powerbeats Pro, but are much easier to find and track with iOS 14.5.
Here’s how to track the headphones for lost Beats.
How to find beats lost
You can use Apple’s Find My app to locate your Beats headphones, as would the case for AirPods or other Apple devices connected to the Apple ID if you have a pair of Beats headphones with the H1 or W1 chips such as Powerbeats Pro, Wireless Studio 3 or Beats Flex and you are running iOS 14.5 or later on your iPhone or iPadOS 14.5 or later on your iPad.
Track your lost Beats headphones by using the steps below:
- Make sure that your iPhone and iPad are already installed for your Beats headphones.
- Open the app Find My app – the gray behind it has a big circle of green and a smaller cycle of blue inside.
- Tap the Devices tab in the lower part.
- Display your device list from the bottom.
- Any Beats compatible headphones previously installed will be listed.
When you tap on the lost Beats headphones from the list, you’ll see their last place, get instructions and try the Play Sound.
What are Find My support headphones for Beats?
The Find My app is compatible with all the Beats headphones with Apple’s W1 or H1 chips. A list of these can be found below:
- Beats Studio 3 Wireless
- Beats Solo Pro
- Beats Solo 3 Wireless
- Beats Flex
- Powerbeats 4
- Powerbeats Pro
How to find lost Beats headsets that are not Find My supported
You will need to find your Beats headphones serial number and contact Apple Support in order to try to locate them. If you have a beats pair that does not have the Apple’s W1 or the H1 chip on board, you will need them.
On the original receipt or box, the serial number may be. You can then telephone or chat to Apple Support.
Does substitute for lost beats headphones?
Yes, and no, the answer is. Apple will replace your lost item with a fee if you lose a Beats Powerbeats pro ear bud or charging case. So yes, a substitute can be obtained, but a substitute is not free, although it is cheaper than buying the new pair.
A substitute for a fee of £102,44 in Great Britain is available for Powerbeats Pro earbud. The UK can also substitute a Powerbeats Pro Charging Case for a fee of £102,44.