Apple says you can get up to five hours of listening time on a single charge. The charging case will give you up to 24 hours of listening time. It should be more than enough to get you through a day.
Thereof, do Apple AirPods need charging?
In September, Apple revealed a new AirPods case that works with Apple's new AirPower charging pad. To charge the new wireless case, you place it on the AirPower. If your AirPods are in the case, you'll see an orange light if they're charging, or a green light when they're nearly fully charged.
How long does it take to charge the AirPods?
According to Apple's official specs: AirPods with Charging Case: 24 hours listening time and 11 hours talk time. AirPods (single charge): 5 hours listening time and 2 hours talk time. 15 minutes in the case equals 3 hours listening time or over an hour of talk time.
How to unpair your AirPods from your iPhone or iPad
- Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap Bluetooth.
- Tap the information button beside your AirPods.
- Tap Forget this Device.
- Tap Forget Device to confirm.
- On iPhone, tap Forget Device again to confirm iCloud removal on other devices.
Add or remove widgets in the Today View
- Swipe right over the Home screen or Lock screen.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap Edit.
- To add a widget, tap . To remove a widget, tap . To reorder your widgets, touch and hold next to the apps and drag them in the order that you want.
- To finish, tap Done.
On these phones, and most other Android devices, you'll start out by long-pressing a blank, available space on your home screen — not on an icon or the app launcher. Just hold your finger down on the screen. 2. Touch the Widgets option from the menu that pops up.
How to add widgets from the App Store
- Swipe to the right on your Home or Lock screen, or pull down Notification Center, to view your widgets.
- Scroll down to the bottom of your widget list.
- Tap Edit.
- Scroll down to find the widget you want to add.
- Tap the green + button.
- Tap Done.
Customize “Today View” in Notification Center for iPhone & iPad. Swiping down from the very top of your iPhone screen (or iPad), you'll find Notification Center swoops on down, where alerts, notifications, iMessages, and missed calls appear.
Control Center on your Lock screen might be off by default. If you don't see it when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen, check to make sure it's not disabled. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Scroll down and turn the Control Center switch on.
- Open the Settings app.
- Scroll and then tap on Control Center.
- Click the toggle to enable or disable "Access Within Apps." If the toggle is green, then the feature is enabled.
- While you are in the settings, you also can decide whether you want Control Center on your lock screen.
How to customize Control Center in iOS 11
- Tap on Settings.
- Tap on Control Center and then Customize Controls.
- Tap the next to any item you'd like to add under MORE CONTROLS.
- Under INCLUDE at the top, tap, hold, and slide the symbol to reorganize controls.
Set your AirDrop receiving options
- Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open Control Center. On iPhone X, swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Press deeply or touch and hold the network settings card in the upper-left corner, then tap AirDrop.
- Then choose one of these options:
You can turn cellular data on or off to limit apps and services from using the cellular network to connect to the Internet. When cellular data is on, apps and services use your cellular connection when Wi-Fi isn't available.
Cellular data service may be slower, the same or faster than Wi-Fi. However, 4G cellular may be much faster than public Wi-Fi or even home Wi-Fi with a slow DSL connection to the Internet.
The Enable LTE setting is a different beast. But LTE (short for “Long Term Evolution“) isn't the only kind of cellular data. And if you turn LTE data off (Settings, Cellular, Enable LTE, Off), your iPhone may simply downshift to 3G or even 2G networks.
Turning 4G on or off.
- From the homescreen, tap and hold the notification bar at the top and slide your finger down.
- Swipe your finger to the left to reveal more options.
- Tap and hold Mobile data.
- Tap Network mode.
- If you want to use 4G, make sure LTE/WCDMA/GSM is enabled.
It might solve the issue immediately. Turning on Airplane Mode and then turning it off after a few seconds might solve the 3G or LTE connectivity. To do so; launch Settings app → switch on Airplane Mode. Sometimes, restarting your phone can automatically fix a few issues.
If you see No Service or Searching on your iPhone or iPad
- Check your coverage area. Make sure that you're in an area with cellular network coverage.
- Restart your iPhone or iPad. Restart your device.
- Check for a Carrier Settings update.
- Take out the SIM card and put it back in.
- Reset your Network Settings.
- Update your iPhone or iPad.
- Contact your carrier.
- Get more help.
2: Reset the Device Network Settings & Reboot the Device. The next troubleshooting step is to reset iOS network settings, and then turn the iPhone or iPad off and back on again. This can often resolve cellular data failures and it's pretty simple: Open the Settings app and go to 'General' followed by 'Reset'
You can manually check for and install a carrier settings update with these steps:
- Make sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network.
- Tap Settings > General > About. If an update is available, you'll see an option to update your carrier settings.
Reset the Access Point Name (APN) settings to default as originally supplied on your SIM card by your telecom provider:
- Open the Applications tab and tap Settings.
- Tap Wireless Controls or Wireless & Networks.
- Tap Mobile Networks and then Access Point Names.
- Tap the Menu icon and select Reset to default.
Here's how to change APN settings on an Android mobile phone.
- From the home screen, tap the Menu button.
- Tap Settings.
- Tap Mobile networks.
- Tap Access Point Names.
- Tap the Menu button.
- Tap New APN.
- Tap the Name field.
- Enter Internet, then tap OK.