There are approximately a million ways you can check to see how much charge your AirPods have left, from opening the case near your paired iPhone to asking Siri for that info. But if you’re using an Apple Watch with your headphones, then you can use that device to check, too! We’ve got the steps…and a breakdown of how you can verify the charge levels of each AirPod and the case, too.
When you swipe to scroll a website in Safari on your iPhone, is it choppy and stuttering instead of the usual smooth experience? One culprit may be the iPhone’s Low Power Mode. Here’s why this feature makes Safari choppy and how to turn it off.
As iOS grows increasingly complex and we rely on our iPhone and apps more and more, battery life has emerged as one of the most important features in Apple’s mobile ecosystem. To help users monitor and manage their battery life, Apple has introduced new battery usage information in iOS 12. Here’s how to see and use this information.
If your iPhone or iPad battery doesn’t seem up to snuff, we’ve got some suggestions for you on what you can change to make things better, including changing your so-called Background App Refresh setting!
The new Apple TV Siri Remote is Apple’s first remote control with a rechargeable battery. But with no visual indicator of battery life on the remote itself, how do you know when it’s time to recharge the battery? Here’s a quick tip on finding your Apple TV Siri Remote battery life via the Apple TV Settings interface.
Apple surprised everyone Tuesday morning with the release of its first ever battery case for the iPhone. Dubbed the Smart Battery Case, it promises to notably increase talk, Web, and video time on Apple’s latest smartphone, but it comes at the cost of a rather unusual and unattractive design.
The iPhone has quickly become its own digital hub, supporting countless portable accessories and peripherals like Bluetooth speakers, smartwatches, and headsets. New in iOS 9, Apple wants to make it easier to track the battery life of all of these portable devices via a Notification Center widget. Here’s how to enable it.
There’s a good chance you have more than one gadget or device that requires USB power, and that you’ve found yourself with a nearly dead battery more than once. Portable USB chargers have emerged to help with this problem, but there’s a new type of USB charger with a radical design. Check out our review to see if the EMIE Power Blade is the right charger to handle your USB power needs.
If you want to keep closer track of the battery life on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you’ll want to enable the display of battery life percentage in iOS. Here’s how and why to do it.