Did you get the Notify When Left Behind is Temporarily Paused popup for AirPods Pro? This is a new battery saving feature added in iOS 15.1 Beta 4 that kicks in when AirPods haven’t recently been connected to iPhone, iPad or Mac!
Notify When Left Behind is Temporarily Paused
This is triggered automatically by iOS 15, whenever a predefined period of time passes since you’ve last connected your AirPods Pro or AirPods Max to a device that’s using the same Apple ID as the Bluetooth earbuds.
The feature is instantly re-enabled and Notify When Left Behind switches from Paused to On state, if you get your AirPods out of the case and start using them!
How To Check If Notify When Left Behind Is Paused
- 1. Open Find My on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
- 2. Go for Devices and tap on AirPods name.
- 3. Check the Left Behind status under Notifications!
AirPods Notify When Left Behind Fixed
Recently, we’ve reported that the iOS 15 Left Behind feature in Find My is not working for AirPods and Apple Watch.
iOS 15.1 fixes this and Notify When Left Behind isn’t greyed out anymore. The ‘Not Supported’ warning has also disappeared and users can now easily toggle between the ON / OFF position.
Fact: The Notify When Found option also works!
Is Notify When Left Behind working for your AirPods? Use the comments section and share your feedback!