Apple continues to take newer steps for the betterment and improvement on whatever devices or equipment it has brought to its consumers and ‘Find My AirPods’ feature is yet another good example of the same. This is the brand new facility or feature, coming with iOS 10.3 and it will be helping the users find them their AirPods; by showing them a Map!

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While telling someone it may not sound that interesting that you have a unique featured installed at your handset, that helps you find your earbuds quite easily; but showing this ‘magic’ to anyone however, would be interesting.

The AirPods we all use are truly a magical piece but since they’re meant to be pretty tiny in size(s), we are often seen complaining to have lost them, at least 1 piece goes missing more than often. The real magical thus is the ‘method’ to retrieve our AirPods and that too without any waste of time and effort.

The feature we are talking about has been introduced by none other than Apple and the same is for iPhone and iPad users, coming with beta software iOS 10.3 that has just been released recently. 

The feature we are talking about has been introduced by none other than Apple and the same is for iPhone and iPad users, coming with beta software iOS 10.3 that has just been released recently. The entire users of the said devices will have no problem in finding their respective lost pieces any more by using ‘Find My AirPods’ facility, which is not a ‘Dedicated App.’

The feature in fact is part of the “Find My iPhone” app instead, a place you list your AirPods at; this is where you will find Apple’s other devices; associated with your personal Apple ID. All you have to do is send one ping, but after you see your display on the map.

The ping sent to either of the earpiece of two AirPods is designed to grow louder and louder; until you find the lost piece eventually. Now whats’ important here is to learn that a connection between the Apple device(s) and the AirPods in your use is a MUST; and the device must have access to the nearby, active WiFi connection.

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