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How to Rename AirPods on iPhones and iPads [Guide]

AirPods are undoubtedly the best Bluetooth earbuds for smartphones. It may not be affordable for everyone but it packs with amazing features that specify its high price. As you know the AirPods show the name ‘Airpods’ along with your username by default on Apple phones. But if you don’t like the initial name and want to rename the Airpods, then this guide is for you. Here you will know how to rename AirPods on iPhones and iPads.

How to Rename AirPods

Nowadays most of the iPhone and iPad users have the AirPods as their primary headset. And this may cause conflicts when you try to connect your AirPods with iPhone or iPad because you may find many AirPods with similar names. This is one of the basic reasons to rename AirPods, and there can be more reasons to rename AirPods depending on your daily usage.

When You Should Rename AirPods?

Renaming the headset will let you easily pick your AirPods to connect quickly with your iPhone or iPad. And doing so will save a lot of your time. Like this, there can be more reasons to rename your AirPods. Some users like to rename it to their gaming username, funny name, pet name, YouTube channel name, etc. 

One other reason to change Apple AirPods Name is when you buy it from some instead of purchasing a new one, then you probably find its name different if the previous owner has changed it. And here if you don’t like the existing name of AirPods then you can change it. I like to rename my AirPods just to make it unique and fun. So if you also want to rename your AirPods then follow the further guide.

How to Change the Name of AirPods

Generally, we use AirPods with Apple devices only because of compatibility and more features compared to Android. And using it on iPhone or iPad also provides functionality to change the name of AirPods.

There may be many methods to rename AirPods but here in this guide we are going to share the easy and recommended method. This method doesn’t require any third-party apps or software. Also, you don’t need to Jailbreak your iPhone or iPads to change the name of AirPods. And if you also want to rename your AirPods quickly without using any apps then follow the steps given below.

Steps to Rename AirPods on iPhone and iPad

The first thing you have to do is make sure you have connected the AirPods at least once before you start the process. And if you are already using AirPods with your iPhone or iPad then continue with the below steps.

  1. Connect your AirPods to your iPhone or iPads if not already.
  2. Then open Settings on your Apple phone and go to the Bluetooth section.
  3. It will list all the connected and saved Bluetooth devices.
  4. Tap on the ‘i’ button beside the connected AirPods that you want to rename.
  5. It will now show all the available customizable options for the connected AirPod.
  6. Tap on the arrow in the Name section.
  7. And then set the new AirPods name that you like and tap on done.
  8. Then go back to the Bluetooth section and you will find the AirPods with the new name.

That’s all you have to follow to change the name of AirPods on iPhones and iPads. And now you can check in various ways if the name is changed or not. You can try reconnecting and it will show the new name when you connect your device. Or connect to AirPods while playing music on any App. Or you can simply see in the Bluetooth settings. It is a simple process that anyone with AirPods can follow the guide to change Apple AirPods name.

So there you have it, the complete guide on how to rename AirPods on iPhones and iPads. If you find any problem or issue when changing the name of AirPods then feel free to ask in the comment section. Also if you have a different method to change or rename AirPods then also you can share it with us that we can share with others.

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Ashutosh singhhttps://www.ytechb.com
Ashutosh is a game lover and tech enthusiast, He likes helping others by posting solutions regarding Windows and Android operating systems problems. He enjoys trying new games and reviewing them.

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