A month ago, at the iPhone 14 announcement, Apple also revealed the AirPods Pro (2nd Generation). Although the new wireless earbuds have the same appearance as their predecessors, successors are virtually always superior. Disappointingly, AirPods Pro 2 has a bug that keeps alerting the users to quickly replace the battery. However, don’t worry if these Find My alerts started up on your AirPods. Apple will probably release a software update to address this issue soon.
Moreover, users took to social media platforms to raise their concerns about the notification issue. According to MacRumors, the battery message is activated when the AirPods Pro or MagSafe Charging Case batteries are low.
The new U1 chip in the AirPods Pro 2 enables Precision Finding on the new wearable. Plus, the chip also continuously transmits the battery levels. These characteristics may be connected to the battery replacement notice.
Users are notified to change the batteries on the “left,” “right,” or “Case” as appropriate. However, because the product’s name is not mentioned, the notifications may be unclear.
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Your Apple AirPods Pro 2 Battery life should last a few years irrespective of what the bug is telling you
One issue with wireless earphones is that they stop working as soon as the battery life begins to decline. However, you don’t have to worry straight away since it won’t happen for a few years. Additionally, certain purchasers of the AirPods Pro 2 may have already encountered battery health problems with earlier models of AirPods, including the first-generation Pro model.
You are helpless to stop the battery health from declining once you start using it. The design of the AirPods and AirPods Pro makes it nearly impossible to repair them on your own. Even if the “change battery” warning is legitimate, you cannot replace the battery.
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The only option for you is to visit the Apple service center and ask for a replacement. They may replace the left/right Airpod, case, or the whole device.