Want to know how to connect AirPods to Dell laptop?
Let’s take a look at an easy-to-follow guide on how you can connect your AirPods to your Dell laptop. I’ll share a video as well as a written guide here, so you don’t get confused anywhere.
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How to Connect AirPods to a Dell Laptop
Let’s take a look at each method separately. Choose whichever one works for you or is easier to follow.
Method 1 – Connecting AirPods to a Dell Laptop
Here’s a quick video guide on how you can connect your AirPods to your Dell windows-based laptop. (If this doesn’t help, read on.)
Method 2 – How to Connect AirPods to Dell Laptops
Here’s the written text method that you can follow to connect your AirPods to that Dell laptop of yours. 😉
- Slide your AirPods back to its case
- Press and Hold the small button on the back of the case until the light starts blinking white
- Click on Add a device in your Dell laptop’s Bluetooth settings
- Now your AirPods should show up in the list on the Add a device page
- Click connect/pair, and your’e done
FAQs on Connecting Your AirPods to Your Dell Laptop
Of course not! Apple’s eco-system is knowns for its pairing and the stable connection that it offers its customers with other Apple devices.
So it won’t be as deep of integration as you’d experience if you were to connect your AirPods to an Apple device like an iPhone or a MacBook Air/Pro.
But it should get the job done for whatever reason you need to connect it to your Dell laptop.
Yes, they may lose their battery faster when you connect them to your Dell laptop, as both are kind of incompatible devices and your AirPods were designed to be used with Apple devices mainly.
But it won’t be a significant drop in battery life that you will notice it hugely impacting your use case. But there may still be an impact.
Yes, they do work with Dell laptops. But again, they may not pair as efficiently and smoothly as they would with an Apple device, and may lose battery life slightly faster than they would if you were to use them with an iPhone or a MacBook.
No, it probably won’t, but you may notice a drop in battery life and might also experience some drops here and there in the audio when you move around while something’s playing on your AirPods.