Check Your AirPods Pro
The first thing to do when you notice that your left AirPod Pro isn’t working is to check the earbud itself. Look for any visible damage or debris that might be obstructing the speaker. You can also gently clean your AirPods with a dry, lint-free cloth to remove any dirt or grime that might be causing the issue.
Reset Your AirPods Pro
If checking your AirPods Pro doesn’t solve the problem, try resetting them. To do this, put your AirPods back in their case and close the lid. Wait for at least 15 seconds, then open the lid and press and hold the setup button on the back of the case until the LED light on the front starts flashing amber.
Charge Your AirPods Pro
Another common reason why your left AirPod Pro might not be working is that it’s not charged. Make sure both earbuds are fully charged and that the charging case is also charged. You can check the battery status of your AirPods by opening the case near your iPhone or iPad.
FAQs About Left AirPod Pro Not Working
Q: Why is my left AirPod Pro not connecting?
A: There could be a number of reasons why your left AirPod Pro isn’t connecting. Try resetting your AirPods, making sure they’re fully charged, and checking for any visible damage.
Q: Can I replace just one AirPod Pro?
A: Yes, you can replace just one AirPod Pro if needed. Contact Apple Support for assistance.
Q: How do I know if my AirPods Pro are under warranty?
A: You can check the warranty status of your AirPods Pro by visiting Apple’s website and entering your serial number.
If you’re experiencing issues with your left AirPod Pro not working, don’t panic. Try checking the earbud itself, resetting your AirPods, and making sure they’re fully charged. If the problem persists, contact Apple Support for assistance. With a little troubleshooting, you’ll be back to enjoying your AirPods Pro in no time!