With AirPods Pro 2, Apple has improved the charging case by adding a U1 chip for Precision Finding with Find My. This means that there is a speaker built into the case that can emit a sound to help you find it.
However, the speaker also plays an audible chime when you start charging the charging case. The sound plays regardless of whether you connect the case to power via Lightning or lay it down on a charging pad. If you find this distracting, here’s an easy way to turn it off.
- Connect your AirPods Pro 2 to your iPhone.
- Start Settings app.
- Tap the AirPods Pro 2 tab just below your Apple ID.
- Scroll down and hit the switch next to it Enable charging case sounds.
That’s all you have to do. Note that the option remains grayed out if the charging case is currently connected to power.
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