With the Find My app1, you can locate compatible Beats headphones from your iOS device or use iCloud from your browser.
Locate your Beats using an iCloud account:
- Go to iCloud.com/find in your browser.
- Sign in with your Apple ID.
- Choose All Devices, then select the headphones you want to locate.
- 1 Can Apple track stolen Beats headphones?
- 2 What do I do if I lost my Powerbeats?
- 3 How do I find Bluetooth Beats?
- 4 Does Apple Care cover lost Beats?
- 5 Can Beats headphones be tracked?
- 6 Can you add Beats to Find My iPhone?
- 7 How do you find lost Bluetooth headphones that are turned off?
- 8 Why are my Beats not showing up on Bluetooth?
- 9 How do I make my Beats headphones discoverable?
- 10 How do I find my Beats serial number?
- 11 Can I replace lost Beats?
- 12 Can I bring my broken Beats to Apple?
Can Apple track stolen Beats headphones?
You can also locate your misplaced Beats headphones by logging in to Apple’s iCloud service. Go to iCloud.com in your browser, then sign in with your Apple ID. Select All Devices, and choose the Beats headphones you want to locate. If your Beats headphones are online, they will show up on the map.
What do I do if I lost my Powerbeats?
If you lose your Powerbeats Pro, Beats Studio Buds, or Beats Fit Pro earbuds or charging case, you can use Find My to find them. If your Powerbeats Pro, Beats Studio Buds, or Beats Fit Pro earbuds or charging case are lost or damaged, you can find your serial number, then contact Apple Support.
How do I find Bluetooth Beats?
On Android: Tap Settings > Wireless and Network. Choose Bluetooth > Pair new device > Beats Wireless. iOS: Go to Settings > Bluetooth > Beats Wireless. Windows: Open Settings > Bluetooth and other devices > Add Bluetooth or other device > Beats Wireless.
Does Apple Care cover lost Beats?
AppleCare+ for headphones can be added to AirPods and eligible Beats earphones/headphones within 60 days of purchase as well as with new purchases. Keep in mind, though, that this AppleCare+ for Headphones plan doesn’t include theft or loss coverage.
Can Beats headphones be tracked?
With the Find My app1, you can locate compatible Beats headphones from your iOS device or use iCloud from your browser. Whether they’re buried in a backpack or left at the gym, chances are you won’t be without your Beats for long.
Can you add Beats to Find My iPhone?
Set up your AirPods or Beats headphones If you pair your AirPods or Beats headphones with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, they show up in your Devices list in the Find My app. You can use Find My to locate or play a sound on them. If your AirPods support the Find My network, you can also mark them as lost.
How do you find lost Bluetooth headphones that are turned off?
Finding a Lost Bluetooth Device
- Make sure Bluetooth is active on the phone.
- Download a Bluetooth scanner app, such as LightBlue for iPhone or Android.
- Open the Bluetooth scanner app and start scanning.
- When the item shows up on the list, try to locate it.
- Play some music.
Why are my Beats not showing up on Bluetooth?
From any Android Device Go to Settings. Tap Bluetooth. You may need to select Connections first. Ensure Bluetooth is On and then select your device from the list below.
How do I make my Beats headphones discoverable?
Pair with a Mac or another device that uses Bluetooth
- Press the power button for 5 seconds. When the Fuel Gauge flashes, your headphones are discoverable.
- Go to Bluetooth settings on your device.
- Select your headphones from the list of discovered Bluetooth devices.
How do I find my Beats serial number?
You can look for the serial number:
- In the Beats app or the Settings app.
- On your device.
- Near the barcode on the original packaging.
- On the original product receipt or invoice.
Can I replace lost Beats?
We can send you replacement Beats right away and include packaging to return your damaged or non-working product. Contact Apple to make an Express Replacement Service request.
Can I bring my broken Beats to Apple?
Apple will service a variety of issues and parts related to Beats headphones. This includes accidental damage, lost or missing items (like a Powerbeats Pro earbud or charging case), and battery failures (due to defects or wear through regular use).