Apple has posted a new support page detailing the various charging and battery-related aspects of the newly launched AirPods Max. The important thing to note here is what happens to your headphones when you’re not using them.
According to the support documentation, if you put the headphones on and let them rest for 5 minutes, they will go into low power mode to save battery. After 72 hours, you’ll be in even lower power mode, turning off Bluetooth and the “find” service that you can search on your phone.
If you choose to use the included “case,” your AirPods Max will instantly go into low-power mode. After 18 hours in the “case”, the headphones will be in ultra-low power mode with Bluetooth and Find My features turned off.
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Apple specifically calls this Ultra-low Not only in power mode under It’s in power mode just like when you’re not using the “case”, but the difference between the two isn’t clear because they seem to be doing the same thing.
As for other wireless headphones, they have different technologies to solve this problem. This is called the power button.
Apple Airpods Max Detailed Specs
|Item model number||MGYJ3HN/A|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 24.3 x 8 cm; 990 Grams|
- Apple-designed dynamic driver provides high-fidelity audio
Active Noise Cancellation blocks outside noise, so you can immerse yourself in music
Transparency mode for hearing and interacting with the world around you
Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking...