How to Connect Wireless Headphones to iPad

Pair your device with a Bluetooth accessory On your device, go to Settings >, Bluetooth and turn on Bluetooth. ... Place your accessory in discovery mode and wait for it to appear on your device. ... To pair, tap your accessory name when it appears onscreen.

Are you struggling to connect your wireless headphones to your iPad? In this guide, we’ll show you how to pair and connect your Bluetooth headphones to an iPad Pro 2020.

To get started, play some music on your iPad Pro 2020 to ensure that the speakers are on. Then, head to the settings app and select Bluetooth. We recommend that you switch off Bluetooth initially so that your device stands a better chance of pairing with something that is in pairing mode when it switches back on.

Next, put your headphones into pairing mode. On most devices, you can do this by holding down the power button and keeping it pressed until you get the indicator to say that it is in pairing mode.

Once your headphones are in pairing mode, switch Bluetooth back on on your iPad Pro 2020. It will go into search and pair mode and find your headphones. Tap on the name of your headphones and you’ll be paired with them.

Now that your headphones are paired to your iPad, you can go back to playing your music and enjoy it through your headphones.

We hope that this guide has been helpful for you in connecting your wireless headphones to your iPad Pro 2020. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us.


Why won't my wireless headphones connect to my iPad?
Make sure that your Bluetooth accessory and iOS or iPadOS device are close to each other. Turn your Bluetooth accessory off and back on again. Make sure that your Bluetooth accessory is on and fully charged or connected to power. If your accessory uses batteries, see if they need to be replaced.
How do I listen to wireless headphones on my iPad?
Follow the instructions that came with the device to put it in discovery mode. ... On iPad, go to Settings >, Bluetooth, turn on Bluetooth, then tap the name of the device.
Why is Bluetooth not finding devices?
Part 1: Why is Bluetooth Not Connecting to Android Any minor glitch in the phone's software has interrupted the normal functioning of Bluetooth. Malware attack on Bluetooth cache files. Issues with Network settings. Proximity issues or the devices are not placed enough closer to let Bluetooth detect and connect them.