Well, the AirPods 3 with included wireless charging case retail for $179; the AirPods 2 retail for $129; the wireless charging case for Airpods 1 and 2 is now sold separately at $79; the AirPods Pro with included wireless charging case sit on the shelves for $249; the AirPods Max will set you back a cool $549.
How to delete Significant Location data on the iPhone and iPad
Open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone. A setup animation appears on your iPhone. Tap Connect, then tap Done.
See your AirPods on a map
Your lost AirPods Pro or AirPods Max will send out Bluetooth transmissions that communicate with nearby Apple devices. These Apple devices will then get the information about the location of your lost Apple earbuds and share it with Apple, and finally, the location data will be updated on iCloud.
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Instead, you will only be informed of their last online location, which may not be accurate, especially if someone picked them up or if they're left on a moving vehicle. AirPods become 'offline' when they are left inside a closed charging case or if they have no remaining battery life.
AirPods 1 and 2 have cylindrical batteries that plug directly into the body. We need to use Hot Air Gun with helical wind to heat the metal cap to remove the battery. Please be noted that vertical wind can't be used since it is too concentrated and can easily damage the case.
If your AirPods are in the case or not currently connected, the last known location will be displayed. If your AirPods haven't been in use at all recently, they'll be listed as "offline.
If the AirPods are free from the case or the case lid is open, the AirPods will attempt to connect to any nearby device and update their location.
Here's how Live Listen works! To turn Live Listen on, point your iPhone's microphone towards the sound source (person) you want to hear, and then put your AirPods in your ears. And then just listen to what's going on in the other room via your AirPods by tapping the ear icon in Control Center—that's it!
Use Find My to see your AirPods, AirPods Pro, or AirPods Max on a map and play a sound to locate them.
Finding Offline AirPods Using Mac
If your AirPods or Beats headphones are paired with your Apple Watch, you can play a sound on them using Find Devices. For supported AirPods models, you can even play a sound on your AirPods if they are in their case. Open the Find Devices app on your Apple Watch, then tap a device. Tap Play Sound.