How to Verify your Apple AirPods Pro is True or Fake?
By Joe Horner 2019-11-04 126594 5
The original AirPods Pro uses the Apple H1 chip, a custom-made chip. The copycat version of AirPods Pro uses the Qualcomm TWS headphone chip QCC scheme and is a noise reduction chip. Therefore, the fake AirPods Pro is very similar in appearance and function. However, there are still some ways to distinguish between true and false AirPods Pro.
Use pop-up window to verify your AirPods Pro is true or fake
First of all, to identify true or false AirPods Pro, you must ensure that your iOS system is above 13.
When you open the AirPods Pro battery case lid, there will show a pop-up window in your Apple device, the fake AirPods Pro displays only 50% or 100% of the power, while the remaining power of the left and right headphones and the charging box is really displayed if your AirPods Pro is original.
However, at present, some high-quality imitation AirPods Pro can already imitate the same pop-up window as the original, so the connection pop-up window can no longer be used as the main basis for identifying the falsification of the product.
Now that you need to take a separate AirPods headset out of the charging box (the other remains in the charging box), the connecting pop-up window of the authentic AirPods Pro changes:
Because the left ear AirPod is still in the charging box, there is still a lightning symbol next to the remaining power to indicate that the charge is being charged, while the right ear has been removed from the charging box and is not charging, so the right headset does not have a lightning identifier. At this time, you can wear the right headset separately. Because the Apple W1 and H1 chips allow any headset as the main device, after playing for about 10 minutes, the power of the right earphone will be significantly reduced, while the left earphone will remain charged. The remaining power is still 100%.
The biggest difference between authentic AirPods and AirPods Pro clones is that the two headphones can display power separately, and basically more than 90% of high imitation AirPods will appear in this way.
Contrast serial number to verify your AirPods Pro is true or fake
AirPods Pro like iPhone can also upgrade firmware online through OTA, but high imitation products cannot mimic this service.
Step 1: Go to iPhone Settings-General-about Native
Step 2: Turn the AirPods charging box on or off once, and the AirPods menu item appears under the SEID message.
Step 3: Click to view the serial number of the AirPods, and check the serial number of the AirPods box.
Step 4: Compare the serial number of the sunken position on the upper left side of the charging box cover. To see if the three serial numbers are consistent, it is difficult to achieve a three-in-one imitation of the product, if the serial number is inconsistent, it is no doubt that it is a fake.
Pairing 2 pair of AirPods to verify your AirPods Pro is true or fake
As we all know, one of the upgrade points of the iOS 13 is that it can connect 2 pairs of AirPods at the same time (Shared audio connection). At present, this feature only supports genuine AirPods and Beats headphones.
You can according to this pairing method of Apple AirPods first.
If your iOS 13 phones can not connect the 2 pairs of AirPods at the same time, there must have a fake one.
Have you learned the method described above? is it very simple? If you want to buy a real AirPods Pro, suggest you go to a regular store to buy. Of course, if your purchase budget is low, a fake AirPods Pro can be satisfied. But pay attention to the price. Never spend real money on a fake AirPods Pro.
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