How to ensure that your AirPod Pro is fully charged

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Photo: Hadrian (Shutterstock) – Juice your AirPods Pro up from 80 to 100% without ever waiting.

Almost always questioned why the battery level of your AirPods Pro is around 80 percent? This is why Apple automatically enables the battery aging feature – and thus greatly slows down the load speed when the battery in your AirPods Pro is 80% loaded. If you are hurried to fully charge yourAirPods Pro, this feature can be easily bypassed.

Why does Apple reduce the charging speed of AirPods Pro?

Apple is using an Optimized Battery Charging function to enhance the battery health of your AirPods Pro. This feature enhances the battery life of your AirPods Pro, so within a year of purchasing this device you won’t finish up with a useless battery life. That’s good. That’s good. But it will also avoid charging the battery as quickly as you want if you’re gone from your charger for a long time. Not as good. Not as excellent.

This feature could recall previous complaints about Apple’s thrilling practices, but this is not a bad example of Apple. AirPods Pro uses battery technology for lithium ion (just like any other consumer electronics product), which reduces battery capacity over time. There is no way these batteries can be prevented from aging, although this process can be slowed down. The approach from Apple enables AirPods Pro to charge optimized batteries by default.

How to charge your AirPods Pro faster

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Try deactivating Optimized Battery Charging when the AirPods Pro is charged entirely rapidly. Note: If you turn it off, it is a good idea to re-enable after your need for a fast charge passes, so you will not shorten the life of your AirPods Pro battery needlessly.

If, however, you pinch your AirPods Pro ASAP and absolutely have to charge it, here is the following:

  1. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your AirPods Pro. (They normally link to an Iphone or iPad instantly when you remove your AirPods Pro in the case and insert it in your ears for most individuals.)).
  2. Go to Set > Bluetooth on your device.
  3. Tap the AirPods Pro I Button. Tap.
  4. Optimized Charging batteries can be scrolled down and disabled.
  5. You will notice an upload on your iPhone to ask for confirmation of this. You can choose to switch off till tomorrow to temporarily disable it, which is probably a good idea for the above reasons. Or you can live hazardously and turn off to permanently deactivate optimized battery charging (until you turn it back on manually).
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After 100% of your AirPods Pro is charged, you can do the same steps to regenerate Optimized Battery Charging (or wait until it turns back on automatically).

Note: iOS 14.2 or iPadOS 14.2 versions or newer are required for this feature. By using Settings > General > About to check the next software version number you may confirm that you have the version you require. You can navigate to Settings > General > Software update to the earlier iOS or iPadOS version and update to a newest version of IOS.