AirPods Max offer the perfect combination of impressive hi-fi sound and Apple’s unique features for a ultimate listening experience. So there is a high-fidelity sound that is as cinematic-like as well as active noise cancellation. But this also goes hand in hand with a high price. So to last you as long as possible, learn how to charge AirPods Max and other information about their battery.
Apple states that the AirPody Max will allow up to 20 hours of listening, talking or playing movies with active noise cancellation turned on combined with surround sound on. In addition, just 5 minutes of charging will give them juice for about an hour and a half of listening. If you do not actively use them and leave them for 5 minutes, they will go into power saving mode, which saves battery. They can’t be turned off.
Also because of this, after 72 hours of inactivity, they go into reduced power mode. It turns off not only Bluetooth but also the Find function to save maximum battery power. However, if you insert the AirPody Max into their Smart Case, they will go into low power mode immediately. After another 18 hours in the case, they even switch to ultra-low power mode, which maximizes their endurance even more.
How to extend the battery life of AirPods
Of course not complicated. In their package you will find the included Lightning cable, which you just plug into the bottom of the right handset and on the other side into the USB port of your computer or adapter. You can also charge the AirPody Max in their Smart Case. When they run out of battery power, you’ll see a notification on your paired iPhone or iPad. This occurs at 20, 10 and 5%. You will also hear an audible signal when the battery is low. It will sound at 10% charge capacity and then just before the headphones turn off completely due to discharge.
To add the Battery widget:
To check the charge status, there is a status light on the right handset. Activated by pressing the noise canceling button. When the headphones are connected to the power supply, it lights up green, just like when the battery has more than 95% left. Lights amber when the battery is less than 95%. However, if the headphones are not connected to the power supply, it lights up green when you press the button when the battery has more than 15%. Lights up in orange when the headphones have less than 15% battery charge.