How to Connect Airpods to Mac via Bluetooth
Everyone wants the most out of their devices, and when it’s an Apple product, the expectations are even higher. Many Apple AirPods users wish to pair their AirPods with their Mac in order to get the most out of them. There’s no excuse for keeping your AirPods connected to your iPhone only; like any other Bluetooth earphone, you can use them with a variety of other devices, including your Mac. We’ll tell you how to connect your AirPods to your Mac in this article.
How to Connect Airpods to Mac
If you’re an Apple user, you probably use your AirPods or AirPods Pro with your iPhone to listen to music while you commute or run. While connecting your AirPods to your phone is simple, many may not have considered connecting them to your Mac. The iPhone is the easiest way to connect, but Apple has made it possible to connect to other devices. With both devices signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID, your AirPods will be ready to use with your Macbook.
Step-by-step instructions made simple
- Remove your AirPods from their case.
- Select your AirPods from the volume control menu in the menu bar of your Mac computer.
- Even if your AirPods aren’t connected to your iPhone, you can still use them to pair with your Mac via Bluetooth.
- Open the lid of the case while the AirPods are still in it.
- Hold down the setup button on the back of the case until the light on the back of the case flashes white.
- To enable Bluetooth on your Macbook, go to the Apple menu > System Preferences > Bluetooth and select it.
- Select AirPods from the Devices drop-down menu and click Connect.
If there is still sound coming from your Mac’s speakers, go to the Bluetooth menu or the volume control in the menu bar and make sure that your AirPods are selected as the output device from the Bluetooth menu. It’s possible that you’ll have to pair the devices again when you return to using your iPhone. When using Bluetooth, switching back and forth between devices can sometimes result in connection issues.
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