Can Stolen AirPods be used by another iPhone?

Last Updated on May 13, 2020

For me, my AirPods is an integral part of my life, can’t leave that behind, wherever I go; assuming the same as well for you. With the impeccable design and exception sound quality, no other wireless headphone can replace Apple’s AirPods, that’s why quality takes the price. And all these facts make AirPods more vulnerable to theft, and of course, due to its small size, it’s an easy target for thefts to grab your AirPods when you place accidentally on the desk, a restaurant or in the bar or dropped somewhere while wandering on the streets.

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Can Stolen AirPods be used by another iPhone?

Can I Track My Stolen AirPods?

Yes, stolen or misplaced AirPods can be tracked down using the Find My app only until the AirPods are connected to your iPhone.

  1. Open the Find My app on your iPhone.
  2. A list of devices will appear, tap on AirPods.
  3. The current location of AirPods will be displayed in the map.
  4. Tap Play Sound, if you can’t locate the AirPods in the map.
  5. If the Find My app shows Play Sound is Pending, then try moving around the area to play sound.

This was the most common way to track down the lost AirPods, you can check out our detailed article on how to track AirPods: 6 Methods.

What If AirPods were stolen but I have the Charging Case?

Well, if your AirPods were stolen but you still have charging case, it doesn’t help you anyhow. Still, your stolen AirPods can be used by a thief by inserting the AirPods into another charging case and pairing them with any device.

I don’t know, whether it is beneficial or not, but the AirPods can be adjusted into the respective charging case and can be paired to iPhone or alternate phone. The same charging case isn’t necessary to connect AirPods.

So the conclusion is, the thief can still use the AirPods even if you possess the charging case.

What if someone has stolen on one AirPods?

It doesn’t help if a thief has stolen only one AirPods, sorry to say, but both of you can enjoy with one AirPods. I’d say, you can still listen to music and use the single AirPods if you still have to charge case to charge and pair the AirPods.

Can stolen AirPods can be used by another iPhone?

The stolen AirPods can be used by another iPhone, if the person has a charging case and AirPods, it can be used with any iPhone. A thief can easily unpair your AirPods and once the AirPods is disconnected from your AirPods, they can’t be located using Find My app.

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By following the standard pairing procedure, anyone can connect the AirPods with iPhone.

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