Though Apple AirPods cannot receive audio input from two different devices simultaneously, they can be simultaneously connected to both an Apple Watch and an iPhone. When they are connected with both devices, the audio input will switch between the two devices depending on the user's interactions.
Along, how do I connect my AirPods to two devices? How to connect two AirPods to one phone
Connect the first pair of AirPods to your iPhone. ...
Open Control Center on your iPhone by swiping down from the top right corner of the Home Screen. ...
Now you're ready to connect the second pair of AirPods. ...
When your second pair of AirPods appear on the screen, tap Share Audio.
Anywho, how do I switch from AirPods from iPhone to MacBook?
How to Switch AirPods from iPhone / iPad to Mac
Put the AirPods in your ears.
On the Mac, pull down the Bluetooth menu bar item.
Select “AirPods” from the list, then choose “Connect” to switch AirPods from iPhone to the Mac.
How do I automatically switch between AirPods iPhone and Mac?
Open the Apple menu and select System Preferences. Select Bluetooth. Select the Options button next to your AirPods. Open the menu next to Connect to This Mac and select Automatically.
Here's how to reset Bluetooth on Mac: Hold Shift + Option and click on the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar. ... Click Debug again and select “Reset the Bluetooth module” Restart your Mac and re-pair your Bluetooth devices.
AirPods are designed to be used together. Pairing each AirPod to its own Bluetooth audio source does not work. ... While each AirPod can be used alone and rotated in and out of each ear to extend battery life, using both AirPods simultaneously while they are each paired to different devices is not possible.
It's pretty simple, actually. You just need to make sure Bluetooth is turned on within both devices you want to pair with your Bluetooth multipoint headphones, put the headphones into pairing mode, and connect your first device. Then put the headphones in pairing mode again and connect your second device.
To switch between Apple and non-Apple device, you have to pair the AirPods. Which means you need to open the lid (AirPods case), press the button on the back until the light starts to blink, open Bluetooth settings on the device you want to connect them to and pair them.
Once you connect the AirPods to a device associated with your iCloud device, it will automatically recognize other devices connected to it such as iPads, iPods, Macs and the Apple Watch. Inside of the charging case, there is a status light that sits between the spaces for your AirPods.
Low battery Since they're wireless, your AirPods need sufficient charge in order to function properly. When your AirPods run flat, they will automatically disconnect from any paired device. In some cases, this can also happen randomly if the battery is almost depleted.
Try turning off the Bluetooth on your iPhone. Probably, your AirPods go after the strongest Bluetooth signal and switch the connection from your Mac to your phone. Another possibility, if the problem only occurs with your Mac, is that it's a recent update to macOS that has introduced a bug.
In the Master Device drop down, choose your AirPods. Check the Drift Correction box next to your friend's AirPods. Go to the Apple menu > System Preferences > Sound > Multi-Output Device. With that done, the MacBook Air's audio is sent to both sets of AirPods.
To use just one AirPod, simply place an earpiece in one ear and leave the other AirPod in the charging case. You can switch them just as easily –- the W1 chip in the earphones will detect which one is in use and automatically pair it with your iPhone.
Android: Go to Settings and tap the “Bluetooth” option under Wireless & networks. Ensure Bluetooth is enabled and you'll see the AirPods as an available device here. Windows 10: Head to Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices > Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth.