If your AirPods Pro or AirPods (3rd generation) are exposed to liquid through any of the scenarios above:
If any water has accumulated in the ear tip, tap the AirPod on a soft, dry, lint-free cloth with the ear tip opening facing downward to remove. Pull off the ear tips from each AirPod and rinse the ear tips with water. Don't use soap or other household cleaners. Wipe the ear tips with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
If you accidentally drop your AirPods in water, Apple recommends using a microfiber towel to dry the earphones and charging case. Then, place both the earbuds and the charging case upside down on the cloth. The charging case should be open and facing down. Allow at least 4 hours before putting them to the test.
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In many cases, the water damage is salvageable if you use a microfiber cloth to dry the case and turn it upside down to dry. You can also use silica gel packs to extract moisture but do not opt for the rice trick.
Step 1: Use A Microfiber Cloth The first thing to do is stay calm and get a microfibre or lint-free cloth. Use this cloth to slowly dry all the affected areas of the AirPods case.
Skip the Rice – Use Desiccant Packets Instead! When you drop your phone in water, a bag of rice does the trick in absorbing any remaining moisture. However, AirPods are not exactly the same as phones.
Clean the ear tips of your AirPods Pro Don't use soap or other household cleaners. Wipe the ear tips with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. Make sure that the ear tips are completely dry before reattaching to each AirPod. Click the ear tips back on each AirPod.
In December 2020, Apple released iOS 14, featuring a suite of practically hidden AirPod sound customizations. To find them, connect your AirPods Pros to your iOS device. Open Settings, and navigate to Accessibility → Audio/Visual, and toggle the Headphone Accommodations switch to on.
Apple's third-generation AirPods and AirPods Pro are water- and sweat-resistant with an IPX4 rating.
Setting Up a Water Ejection Shortcut on iPhone
Get a bag of rice, and put your iPad in it for several hours. The rice should soak up all of the moisture. If you have any silica-gel granules, placing the iPad in a paper bag - and the bag with the iPad in a sealed box of silica gel - will remove a lot of moisture. You're outta luck!
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If you want to dry out a set of AirPods, here's what to do:
How to Fix Water Damaged Airpods