Many users are reporting that after the iOS 16.2 update, their AirPods Case displays 0% battery even after being sufficiently charged. The latest incremental update has added a plethora of intriguing features, with the likes of Advanced Data Protection, changes to the AOD, and the Freeform app being the major talking points. On the flip side though, it seems to be giving a tough time to the wireless Bluetooth earbuds from the Cupertino giant.
AirPods Case 0% Battery Bug after iOS 16.2 Update
While the dust surrounding the excessive battery drain of the AirPods Case was yet to settle down, a new one has already made its way. As of now, numerous users have voiced their concern that after installing the latest iOS 16.2 update, their AirPods Case tends to display 0% battery even after being adequately charged. In this regard, some have said that this mostly happens when they are using only 1 Airpod and the other one is in the case. So this begs the all-important question-
How to Fix AirPods Case 0% Battery Bug after iOS 16.2 Update
To rectify this issue, we straightaway took the nuclear route and factor reset our AirPods but unfortunately, that didn’t spell out success. So as of now, there doesn’t seem to be any workaround that is known to address thing bug. As far as the official stance on this matter is concerned, the developers are yet to acknowledge this issue, let alone give out any ETA for the rollout of a fix. As and when any of these two things happen, we will update this guide accordingly.
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