Have you ever been in the middle of a phone call and your battery dies? You’re left with no way to communicate. This can be an inconvenience, especially if you are driving or need to get somewhere quickly. Using this simple trick, you’ll know when your headphone’s battery is low so that you can charge it before it dies!
Checking your headphone battery on your iPhone is easy! All you have to do is access the Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of your screen. If there are headphones plugged into your phone, then they will show up at the top under “Audio”. It’s important to note that just because these devices appear doesn’t mean they’re connected correctly – make sure they are plugged all the way in. If your headphones are plugged in, the battery will show up right under where it says “Audio”.
Your headphones will appear under “Audio” with a number indicating how full their charge is. You can also check on your iPhone by going to Settings and then clicking on Bluetooth and seeing your Apple products and other connected devices in there too!
How to Check Headphone Battery on iPhone – Step By Step Process
- Turn on your iPhone and go to the Settings app
- Scroll down and tap General
- Scroll down and tap Usage
- Look for Battery Usage in the list of sections, then scroll down until you find Headphones (wireless) or EarPods (in-line). Tap it to see more details about how much battery life is left in your headphones
- See if there’s a green circle next to “Headphones” or “EarPods” – that means they’re fully charged; If not, plug them into your computer or an adapter with USB ports
- Charge them by following the instructions on the screen when you connect them to your computer
- After fully charging, disconnect them from your computer and try listening to some music on your iPhone again
- To check the charge level at any time, go back into Usage > Headphones if they are wireless or EarPods if they are wired in-line headphones and check the battery percentage
If you can’t see anything, don’t worry! It’s likely because nothing is plugged into your headphone jack. Some iPhones allow audio input through the charging port, but does not work for all devices – particularly older ones. Try another audio source if that’s the case.
You can use these steps to monitor any device that charges over USB connection, such as Bluetooth headsets and speakers. If you haven’t used them in a while, consider charging them to see if they still work! It’s always good to keep track of your devices.
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