The colors of the Airpods status light give away whether they are false or not

We are going to talk about meaning of AirPods status light. A small led that gives a lot of information about the status and charge of our wireless headphones and that, in addition, reveal whether they are official or replicas.

The colors of the Airpods status light give away whether they are false or not

Green AirPods status light

It is clear that there are replicas of Apple’s wireless headphones, which are traced to the official ones. A while ago we told you how to know if some Airpods are original or fake. Today we are going to discuss another way to know if they are or not.

The small LED that we can find in the charging case of the earphones is a great tip. The colors that we see in it will give away if we have AirPods of Manzana or, on the contrary, a replica.

Depending on the color emitted by the AirPods status light, you can tell if they are fake or official:

Led of the charging caseThe colors of the Airpods status light give away whether they are false or not

Charging case led (photo from Support.Apple.com)

Officially, the colors that the small led that we find in the Airpods case can emit are three.

  • Green light.
  • Orange or amber.
  • White

If the case emits another type of color, know that you have a replica or AirPods false.

It may happen that they are fake and emit the same colors as the originals. The replicas are becoming more realistic. To make sure that they are 100% official, put into practice the tutorial that we have linked at the beginning of this article.

Meaning of the LED colors of the Airpods case:

This is the information emitted by each of the colors of the LED of the AirPods:

  • Green light: With the AirPods Inside the case, they tell us that the headphones are 100% charged. If the headphones are not inside, inform us that the case is 100% charged
  • Orange or amber: With the AirPods Inside the case, they tell us that the headphones are not 100% charged. If the headphones are not inside, it informs us that the case has less than a full charge left. If flashing amber, you may need to configure them again before using them.
  • White light: If the status light is flashing white, then the AirPods They are ready to be configured with a compatible device. You should see it when the button on the back of the case has been pressed.

In the following article we explain all the ways that exist to know the exact charge that ls Airpods headphones and case have.

As you can see, the information that reveals the status light of Apple’s wireless headphones is interesting and, above all, it allows us to know if they are original or not.

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