AirPods are free of tangles and offer a convenient way to use your earphones in a hands-free mode. Despite their convenience, some users have qualms about wearing Airpods. They complain AirPods keep falling out. So, to make sure that you have the best experience when you wear your AirPods, follow these tips.
How to fix AirPods keep falling out problem
Firstly, there’s no single correct way of wearing AirPods or AirPods Pro since everyone individual prefers their own way. You just need a bit of tweaking to find your groove.
- The slight twist method (for AirPods 3rd generation)
- Use the Ear Tip Fit Test (for AirPods Pro)
- Use Ear hooks compatible with AirPods or AirPods Pro
- Try Anti-Slip Silicone Soft Sport Cover
AirPods or AirPods Pro fit well enough to keep them in place but on rare occasions when they fail to do so, don’t mind experimenting a bit using these tricks!
1] The slight twist method
When the regular method fails to latch onto your ears, gently press AirPods in your ears and turn them slightly toward your face. Your AirPods should feel snug and secure. This helps you gain more leverage.
2] Use the Ear Tip Fit Test with AirPods Pro
Maybe it’s not the AirPods that’s causing the issue but the silicone ear tips. AirPods, AirPods Pro has a plastic housing, silicone ear tip, silicone wingtip, stainless steel acoustic mesh, thermoplastic elastomer cable, and thermoplastic elastomer ear hook.
To determine which of the included ear tips supports the best seal and can prevent your earbuds from popping out accidentally, run the Ear Tip fit detection test on your iPhone. It will help you find the right size.
3] Use Ear Hooks compatible with AirPods or AirPods Pro
The curved shape of ear hooks can not only keep your AirPods tight in your ears but also allow you to jog, dance, or move around without having to worry about your AirPods falling out. Just make sure they are properly labeled as “L” and “R,” so you won’t ever put them in the wrong ear accidentally. The only problem is you’ll need to remove these ear hooks while putting the earphones inside the case.
4] Try Anti-Slip Silicone Covers
The Anti-Slip Silicone Covers can help AirPods stay in your ear when you are rushing to catch a train or bus on your commute. Another advantage of using it is that your AirPods or AirPods Pro case can still charge with these wraps. You don’t have to take it off again and again! Just make sure to use some water to wet the cover before putting it on and wrap the pods.
Thus, with a few DIY fixes and some add-on accessories, you can keep your AirPods in your ears.
Hope that makes sense!