The Apple Inc.-created AirPods are wireless Bluetooth earbuds. On September 7, 2016, they were originally introduced along with the iPhone 7.
They rose to the top spot among Apple accessories in just two years. Although the 2nd Generation is still available on Apple’s website, the most recent model, AirPods, replaces the 1st and 2nd Generation devices.
Alongside the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max, these devices are Apple’s entry-level wireless earbuds.
Air Pods Constantly Changing Their Names
As previously indicated, every time I switch to my AirPods from my Apple TV or Mac and back to my iPhone, they revert to the standard “First Name’s AirPods” setting.
If I place them in the charging case, the same outcome occurs. When the earbuds reconnect to the iPhone, they instantly change back to “Chris’s AirPods,” despite my Mac and Apple TV still using the moniker “AirPods.”
It’s unclear if that might be an iCloud problem. The earbuds continually renamed themselves using Apple’s default naming convention, despite my attempts to unpair and repair them.
Yes, all of my devices have the most recent OS updates installed, and as of this writing, my AirPods are on the most recent firmware. You can only experience this first-world issue if you rename your AirPods to “AirPods.”
You may call them anything else, like “My AirPods” or “Apple AirPods,” and they will work with all versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
We have a workaround for you if you’re the kind of person who can’t be bothered to rename their AirPods to anything other than “AirPods.”
Changing Your Air Pods’ Name to “Air Pods”
A firmware flaw that may be resolved in a later software update is probably to blame for the “AirPods” name being difficult to remember.
You can work around the problem by simply adding a trailing space to the term “AirPods” until Apple fixes it.
Make sure your AirPods are connected to and associated with your iOS smartphone before you start. Open iPhone Control Center, tap the AirPlay symbol in the Now Playing card and then choose your AirPods to do that.
To Rename Your Air Pods, Follow These Steps:
1. Select Bluetooth under Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
2. In the My Devices section, find your AirPods and press the info icon next to the name it now goes by.
3. Press the Name box.
4. Next, rename your AirPods to “AirPods”
5. To save the changes, press the Done key on the keyboard.
Successful Renaming of The Air Pods
Now, even if you connect and disconnect your earbuds from any of your iCloud-enabled devices, they will still be known as “AirPods.”
Until the changes take effect via iCloud, the previous name can still be visible in the menus on your devices. Not to worry. The “AirPods” name will appear in the menus as soon as you pair them.
You will now be able to refer to your earbuds as “AirPods” with the help of this easy method. You won’t even notice the trailing space at first because it isn’t shown in the options.
Why You Should Rename Your Air Pods?
There are many reasons to rename your Airpods, whether the name is simply getting on your nerves or your favorite ear candy has been taken or misplaced.
It’s not just about personalization or showing your uniqueness when you rename your AirPods. The initial name of every person’s AirPods is whatever name they listed on their iPhone, followed by “AirPods.”
It can be simple to mix up your AirPods if you have many of them around the house. Having a unique name can be beneficial. If you lose your AirPods, you might consider changing the name of the device.
Since all AirPods are white and have the same appearance, altering the name is a simple way to identify lost AirPods.
You could want to make a joke or say something clever to demonstrate your personality. It’s acceptable to play around with and personalize your AirPods.