How to Check AirPods Battery Status on Mac ?

How to check AirPod battery life on Mac? How to learn about Apple AirPods battery level on Mac? How to find out about the remaining battery percentage of AirPods on macOS? In this article, we will show you how to check the battery life of the Apple AirPods headphones in the MacOS operating system. Here are the details…

We can instantly connect external Bluetooth devices to Apple devices. Also, we can connect wireless keyboards, mouse, headphones, phones, etc. to our computers via Bluetooth. In other words, Bluetooth technology lets us use these devices on our computers without any cable connection. 

We have been using wireless devices almost for a decade but Bluetooth headphones technology is something new for us. It has been just a few years since we met Bluetooth headphones. In particular, Apple’s AirPods headphones provide us with great convenience in getting rid of cables.

On our Mac devices, we can use the Apple AirPods headphones for hours without any cable connection. Apple’s wireless headphones which are knows as AirPods offer their users a very long usage time.

But of course, this period does not last forever. We need to charge our Apple AirPods from time to time. It is useful to check the charge level of our device from time to time, especially in order not to experience problems such as suddenly running out of charge. We all hate that moment.

Users can practically view the charge status (charge levels) of externally connected Bluetooth devices on iMac or Macbook devices. Apple provides this opportunity to its users who are using the macOS operating system.

Thanks to the charge level monitoring process, which can be complete quite simply in 2 different ways, you can view the charge percentages of the devices connected to your computer.  

So how to view the charge levels of bluetooth devices on Mac?

You can view the charge level of your bluetooth device in two different ways on your Mac. You can perform this process whether from the menu bar or the System preferences page.

In the following paragraphs, we will show you step by step how to check the charge percentage of the “Apple AirPods” device on your Mac. If you want, you can also check the charging status of your other bluetooth devices from the same sections.

How to Check AirPods (Headphones) Battery Status on MAC:

You can check the remaining battery of your AirPods (headphones) on Mac in two different ways.

These are;

METHOD 1 : ” Viewing the Charge Level from the Menu Bar ”

To view Apple AirPods (Headphones) battery percentage from the Menu bar in macOS operating system;

1- Click on the “Bluetooth” button from the Apple Menu Bar at the top of your computer.

2- Then, hover over the “AirPods” section.

Here, you will be able to see the battery percentage of your Apple AirPods and the battery status of the AirPods case.

2. METHOD: “Viewing Charge Level on System Preferences”

To view the battery percentage of Apple AirPods from the System preferences page;

1- First of all, click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your Mac.

2- From the Apple menu, click on the “System Preferences…” from the drop-down menu which will open next.

3- Then, click on the “Bluetooth” option from the system preferences page.

4- On the following page, you will be able to see the Bluetooth connections on your device. In this section, you can view the battery status of your Apple AirPods. However, from here, you can only see a battery bar that shows the remaining battery of the AirPods. Unfortunately, in this window, you can not see the exact remaining battery percentage of your device.

It is fairly simple. Isn’t it?

NOTE: You can view the battery status of your Apple AirPods in more detail with the first method. The first method we have mentioned below allows you to view the battery percentages of both the left and right earbuds of your Apple AirPods device.

In this article, we wanted to show you how to check the battery status of your AirPods on your Mac. You can tell us about all your technical questions or problems on the subject in the “comments” section below. | All about technology…