'How long does AirPods' battery last?': Here's how long your AirPods will last before you'll need to recharge them

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Your AirPods battery should last up to 24 hours after charging them in their case the night before, if you keep the case with you.

AirPods can last on their own for up to five hours of listening time and 3.5 hours of talk time on an individual charge depending on your model.

Your AirPods' case contains multiple full charges, offering between three to five hours of use from a single charge.

To help your Airpods' battery last longer, place the wireless headphones back in their case immediately after use to recharge them throughout the day.

Though AirPods versions vary in other ways, the battery life on all models is relatively the same.

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Your AirPods work in tandem with their charging case: you charge the case so it can charge the wireless headphones. The headphones charge faster than the case, which holds multiple charges to sustain the Apple accessory.

Thankfully, you can check your AirPods' battery at any time. For iPhones and iPads, you can hold the case near your device, while on your Mac, you'll have to check the Bluetooth tab at the top of your screen. You can use a battery widget or manually check the light on the back of the case to regularly approximate your time remaining.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's what it's like to travel during the coronavirus outbreakSee Also:How to delete your Instagram account permanently, or temporarily deactivate itHow to change your Twitch username in 6 simple steps, and rebrand your streaming channelHow to skip songs on your AirPods or AirPods Pro using the double-tap or press and hold featuresSEE ALSO: The best wireless Bluetooth headphones you can buy