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AirPod Pro Won’t Connect

AirPods Pro not connecting ? This article will explain the problems and remedies for the AirPods Pro not connecting.

One of the simplest things ever must be pairing your AirPods with your gadget. However, for some customers who see an error pop-up saying “Connection Failed,” that isn’t the case. Attempt Again” on their iPad and iPhone. We’ll walk you through some reliable fixes for this problem using AirPods in this article.

In the event that you link the AirPods with your device incorrectly, this error popup will show up on the screen. Another frequent cause is a defect in the software. In any event, follow the instructions below to connect your device to the AirPods.

The Issue: AirPod Pro Won’t Connect

The iPhone has been around for a while. Although the new iPhone offers users an unparalleled experience, there are a few small issues with it as well. We’ve been getting letters from people in the last few weeks inquiring about problems with their AirPods Pro connections, and this is one of them:

“Hello, my new iPhone 14 Pro Max won’t connect to my AirPods Pro. I’ve exhausted every possibility, but nothing has changed. They’re so invisible to me on a Bluetooth gadget. Please assist me.

It appears that a good number of customers are having trouble getting their AirPods Pro to connect to their iPhone 14. In general, the majority of AirPods connection issues can be resolved quickly, but since some users might not be aware of all the solutions, we’ve included a list of them in this post.

Why Won’t My AirPods Pro Connect to My iPhone 14/13?

Understanding the causes can help us solve the problem better. These are some of the common reasons why you can’t connect AirPods Pro to an iPhone 14 or 13.

  • The power in your AirPods Pro is low.
  • The AirPods and iPhone connections were not properly configured by you.
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are not enabled or are experiencing issues.
  • You are unaware that your iPhone’s incorrect setting is preventing the connection.
  • There are some issues with the iPhone that lead to connection problems.

How to Fix AirPods Pro Not Connecting to iPhone

The iPhone and AirPods Pro are unable to connect. There are two primary causes for this issue to arise. To troubleshoot the connection issue, try each of the following techniques, one after the other:.

Tip 1: Make Sure AirPods are Selected as Audio Device

First, confirm that your iPhone has been used to set up your AirPods Pro. If the AirPods are not chosen as the audio device, there will be a problem with the AirPods Pro not connecting to the iPhone 14/13.

To access the control center, swipe downward from the top-right corner of the screen. Grab and feel the sound card. Press the button for audio output. Select the AirPods Pro as the music player.

Tip 2: Check Battery Status

Only fully charged AirPods Pro can operate; otherwise, you may experience the inability to connect AirPods Pro to an iPhone 14/13.

  • Using the battery widget, you can see the charging case’s status and the AirPods Pro’s charge percentage.
  • In addition, the LED light within the casing will show the status when you open it. An orange light indicates a low charge, and a green light shows a full charge.

Tip 3: Check Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

When Bluetooth and Wi-Fi aren’t functioning properly, AirPods Pro won’t connect to the iPhone 14 or 13. If you want to make sure Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are on, head over to the control center. If they are on, you can reestablish the connection by disabling Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and then turning them back on in a few seconds.

Tip 4: Reset Network Settings

By selecting “Reset Network Settings,” all network caches and settings will be cleared, returning the network to its initial configuration. It can assist in eliminating the mistakes that cause Bluetooth and Wi-Fi issues.

Go to Settings > Tap General > Choose Transfer or Reset iPhone > Tap Reset, then choose Reset Network Settings. Enter your passcode to confirm.

Tip 5: Reset All Settings

Incorrect settings could be the reason why your AirPods Pro aren’t connecting to your iPhone 14 or 13. To give it a try, you can return your iPhone to its original configuration. Go to Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset All Settings to make it.

Tip 6. Force Restart Your iPhone

The iPhone 14 or 13 may not be able to connect the AirPods due to a few small issues with the device. A forced restart might be used to fix the issue.

Press and hold the Volume Up button quickly. Press and hold the Volume Down button briefly. Hold down the side button. Press and hold the button until the Apple logo appears.

Tip 7. Re-pair AirPods Pro

Refreshing the connection between the iPhone and AirPods Pro is one way worth trying.

  1. Go to Settings > Bluetooth, then tap the “i” icon next to your AirPods Pro. Choose Forget This Device.
  2. Place both the AirPods in the charging case and close the lid. Wait 15 seconds and open the lid. Press and hold the setup button on the case for up to 10 seconds. The status light will flash white. Hold the case next to the iPhone. Follow the steps on the screen to finish the connection.

Tip 8: Reset AirPods Pro

  1. Unpair your AirPods from your iPhone: Go to Settings > Bluetooth, then tap the “i” icon next to your AirPods Pro. Choose Forget This Device > Tap again to confirm.
  2. Put your AirPods Pro in the case and close the lid. Wait 30 seconds and open the lid.
  3. Press and hold the setup button on the case for about 15 seconds until the status light flashes amber, then white.
  4. Place your AirPods Pro next to your iPhone. Follow the steps on the screen to reconnect your AirPods Pro.

Tip 9. Update iOS to the Latest Version

Apple always keeps releasing new iOS to fix bugs and errors. You can go check if there is a new update available. It may help you fix the AirPods Pro won’t connect to iPhone 14/13 problem.

Tip 10: Update iPhone

If your iPhone is running an old or out-of-date version of iOS, you may encounter problems connecting to the AirPods. iOS beta releases have many bugs and are likewise erratic. For instance, the Connection Failed message with the AirPods may be a transient bug-related malfunction if you’re using iOS 14 Beta. Updating the iPhone OS to the most recent (and stable) version could fix this. Install any updates that are available by selecting Settings > General > Software Update from the menu.

Tip 11. Keep Charging Case Lid Open

When attempting to pair the AirPods with their iPhone in the wrong manner, some customers experience this error. Opening the charging case lid of your AirPods is one of the most crucial requirements for connecting them with your phone. ‘Connected Failed’ may appear if you close the lid during the pairing procedure. Thus, refrain from doing it.

Tip 12: Move Airpods Closer To Device

The AirPods have a maximum range beyond which they will not connect to your device, just like any other wireless earphone. Bring the AirPods closer to your device and try connecting it again if it’s far away.

If your AirPods Pro won’t connect to your Mac,

If you need help connecting to your AirPods Pro on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, learn what to do.

  1. Update your Mac to the latest version of macOS.
  2. Put both AirPods in the charging case and make sure that both AirPods are charging.
  3. To make sure that Bluetooth is on, choose Apple Menu > System Settings, then click Bluetooth.
  4. If your AirPods are connected, make sure that they’re selected as your audio device. If your AirPods appear in the list of devices but they don’t connect, click the X to the right of your AirPods to remove them from the list.
  5. Close the lid, wait 15 seconds, then open the lid.
  6. Press and hold the setup button on the charging case for up to 10 seconds. The status light should flash white, which means that your AirPods are ready to connect.
  7. Hold the charging case, with your AirPods inside and the lid open, next to your Mac.
  8. Follow the steps on the screen of your Mac.
  9. If you still can’t connect, reset your AirPods or contact Apple Support.

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