Wireless charging is quick and convenient, with no Lightning cable required. Apple's latest devices all support the Qi wireless charging standard, which means there are many choices when it comes to charging pads, stands and other products. Even AirPods with a wireless charging case can be placed on a wireless charger, just like an iPhone. And iPhones can be charged wirelessly without removing a case.
Apple has announced AppleCare+ products for several models of headphones, such as AirPods, Powerbeats Pro, and Beats Studio3 Wireless. For $29, owners of eligible headphones get complete AppleCare+ coverage including accidental damage repairs. AppleCare+ for Headphones does not cover loss or theft.
Yes, Apple offers AppleCare+ for Headphones for $29.
AirPods, Beats earphones, and Beats headphones are covered by a one year warranty from Apple. AppleCare+ extends this coverage to two years and adds two incidents of accidental damage repair (for a fee of $29 each).
Yes, two pairs of AirPods or PowerBeats Pro headphones can be simultaneously connected to an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 13 or later.
Connecting more than one pair of headphones requires the following devices (or newer):
Each pair of AirPods along with its charging case has a unique serial number. This information comes in handy when scheduling a repair with Apple, or checking to see if the wireless headphones are covered under warranty. Finding the serial number for your AirPods only takes a few seconds.