See your AirPods in the Find My app Open the Find My app. Select the Devices tab. Choose your AirPods. Under each device, you see a location or "No location found."
For non-iPhone users who have AirPods or iPhone users who do not have access to their phones, Find My can still be accessed through the iCloud website.
How to find your AirPods without an iPhone. You can use iCloud.com to find your AirPods if you don't have your iPhone. Go to www.icloud.com from a computer browser. Log in with your Apple ID.
Here are the steps for that:
On your phone or tablet, navigate to the Galaxy Wearable app. Tap Find My Earbuds, and then tap Start. The earbuds will start beeping, getting gradually louder for a period of 3 minutes. Tap Stop to end the earch.
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On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, open the Find My app. Go to the Devices tab, and choose your AirPods. Scroll down to Mark as Lost, and select Activate. Follow the onscreen steps if you want your contact information to display for your missing AirPods.
It is not up to date. For this reason, using Find My AirPods to locate an AirPod that's been left behind isn't going to be particularly accurate, but it will give you a general idea of where they were lost so you can go back to the location.
The maps on the Find My app and iCloud website will show a location for one AirPods earbud at a time. If you only need to locate one earbud but not the other, locate the AirPod you have on the map and then place it inside the case. Refresh the map, and it will now share information on the missing earbud.
How to Locate AirPods Pro Using the Find My Network
Turn on the Find My network for AirPods (3rd generation), AirPods Pro, or AirPods Max
For this reason, using Find My AirPods to locate an AirPod that's been left behind isn't going to be particularly accurate, but it will give you a general idea of where they were lost so you can go back to the location.
Open the lid of your AirPods or AirPods Pro case near your iPhone. Wait for the notification card to appear on your iPhone. Tap “Connect.” The AirPods will pair to that device, and associate with all other Apple devices under your iCloud account.
How to add your AirPods, Apple Watch, or Beats product to Find My
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Together with the launch of AirTags, Apple expanded its Find My feature to utilize more than just the owner's iPhone and its Bluetooth radio to locate lost devices.