While bug fixes such as the iOS 11.2.6 update are a welcome change, any new tweaks to software has the potential to introduce as many issues as it fixes. While the new build has addressed several pressing issues, it has also introduced a new AirPods problem that is frustrating to say the least. Fortunately, it appears that the fix for the problem is relatively simple, so we’ve included a step-by-step guide below to help you address the AirPods problem introduced with iOS 11.2.6 and get you back to listening to your favorite tunes without any issues.
Essentially, since installing iOS 11.2.6 on their phones, a good amount of users have reported an issue that causes one AirPod’s audio channel to come out of both earpieces. This may not be the end of the world all things considered, but the AirPods problem is certainly an inconvenience that is worth addressing. If this AirPods problem is affecting your listening experience, the issue is generally fixed pretty easily by disconnecting and then reconnecting your AirPods.
To fix the AirPods problem that was introduced with iOS 11.2.6, follow the steps included below. The process is pretty simple, and in just a few minutes you’ll have your AirPods fixed and working just as intended.
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- Navigate to the Settings app on the iPhone running iOS 11.2.6
- Tap on the Bluetooth setting, and then click the “i” on the side of the connection that is giving you the AirPods problem.
- Tap “Forget this device”. You’ll receive a warning that essentially tells you that the AirPods will be removed from all of your iCloud-connected devices. Worry not, however, as we’ll be reconnecting them soon!
- Once you’ve disconnected your headphones from your phone, your AirPods problem should be fixed.
At this point, it’s time to re-pair your iPhones as you did when you first bought them. If you’re a little unsure of the process, follow the steps below to get your connection back up and running on iOS 11.2.6.
- Go to your Home Screen
- Put your AirPods in their case, open it up, and hold it next to your iPhone.
- A setup animation will appear on your iPhone.
- Tap connect, and then Done.
In just a few steps, your Apple AirPods problem brought about by the iOS 11.2.6 update should be addressed. It’s currently not really clear where the bugs that have caused this AirPods problem came from, and we expect that Apple will address the issue in an upcoming update. Until then, we’ll have to rely on this guide to fix the problems that Apple introduced with iOS 11.2.6. In this case, it’s an easy fix, so it’s not crucial that the developers rush to implement a fix right away. Hopefully, with a little more time to iron out the details, we’ll see an update that introduces new features and addresses the iOS 11.2.6 AirPods problem without introducing any more annoying bugs.