This one's probably obvious, but the further you move away from your iPhone, the higher the chances that your AirPods won't stay connected. Keep the distance between you and your paired device to under 30 feet and you should be fine.
Disconnect your AirPods then reconnect them Put AirPods into the case, close the lid and wait about 15 seconds. Open the lid, then press and hold the setup button on the back of the case.
If your AirPods started disconnecting from your iPhone just a moment ago, then re-establishing the connection between both devices can help. Just put your AirPods or AirPods Max in the Charging Case or Smart Case, wait for a few seconds, and then take them out again to reconnect them.
I understand that when you close your AirPods case, it disconnects from your iPhone. This behavior is normal as your AirPods charge and shut down when they are placed in the case and closed.
Optimal range is closer to 30 feet. What is this? Of course, you also worry about diminishing sound quality. While your AirPods may not disconnect when you reach 50 or 60 feet away, the sound quality may be diminished.
The first step to fix this disconnection issue is to check the battery level of your AirPods. If it's low, place the buds inside their charging case to charge them. After 5 minutes, you may start using them again.
That is to say, charged, pre-paired AirPods can be an unlimited distance away from the case, as long as the device they are connected to remains within Bluetooth range (generally accepted to be about 32 feet).
Reset Your AirPods They will need to have at least 75% of their battery life, so if they are low, charge them now. Open the lid of the case, with your AirPods in, and hold the back button for 20 seconds. Once the light turns from white to yellowish, you've successfully reset your AirPods.
What is this? As long as you don't need the case for any of its other functionalities, you can be as far away as needed from your AirPods case. You do not have to be nearby for the AirPods to work.
Network connection may be the reason behind AirPods randomly disconnecting. Corrupt network-related settings could be preventing the device from communicating with your AirPods correctly. In this case, resetting the network settings on your iPhone should fix the problem.
When using your AirPods, the distance from the charging case is irrelevant. There is no requirement to be near the case at all. However, the AIrPods must be close enough to the iPhone (or source of whatever it is playing) that a Bluetooth connection can be established and maintained.
This behavior is normal as your AirPods charge and shut down when they are placed in the case and closed. Please have a quick look at the information below for more details. To charge your AirPods, put them in the case and close the lid. AirPods shut down and charge whenever they're in the case.
We see that you're having an issue when the battery in the AirPods die, then it disconnects the phone call that you're on. We know that it is important to not have your calls disconnect, and we'd be happy to help. What you're experiencing is not expected behavior with your AirPods and your iPhone.
The case serves as a charging case for the individual AirPods when the unit is unplugged. Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later. The charging case holds at least 19 hours worth of charge, so of the airpods run out of battery, just put them in the charging case.
Deactivate Automatic Switching If you have another iPhone, iPad, or Mac lying around, you should disable this functionality to avoid sudden disconnects. Go to Settings > Bluetooth and tap the Info icon next to AirPods. Then, tap Connect to This iPhone and select When Last Connected to This iPhone.
Airpods keep disconnecting on an iPhone or iPad Go into Settings on your iPhone or iPad, and go into your Bluetooth section. Tap on the “i” icon next to your AirPods. Select Forget This Device, then tap again to confirm. Restart your device, then connect to the AirPods again.