When you think about AirPods, you probably think about Apple products. Hey, I can't blame you. Apple was the company that officially released the wireless gems, which means it's only natural to put two and two together. Have you ever wondered if you could use AirPods on non-Apple products, though? Contrary to belief, you can — and it's seemingly simple to do. If I piqued your curiosity, you might be wondering how to use AirPods with non-Apple devices. I don't blame you, because it sounds like a concept that's too good to be true. Luckily, it's not — and you can figure out how to do it by reading on.
Before I continue, I want to make one thing clear: I don't actually own a pair of Apple AirPods. I still live in the Stone Ages and thrive on tangly headphones that run on wires. However, thanks to Apple's trusty AirPods setup page, I was able to learn how it's possible to connect the Apple product to non-Apple devices. Based off the instructions that Apple provides, it seems pretty simple to do. Whenever I end up buying a pair of AirPods for myself (hopefully soon), I'll definitely give it a try.
Let's get down to business, shall we? Apparently, the following steps will help you connect your AirPods to devices that aren't Apple-driven.