How to Remove AirPod Pro Tips: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you own a pair of AirPods Pro, you might find the need to change the ear tips for a better fit. However, the process of removing the tips may seem a bit daunting at first. In this guide, we will walk you through the steps of changing the ear tips on your AirPods Pro.

Firstly, take a look at the tip. It is made of soft rubber and it may be uncomfortable to pull it off. Instead, roll it back to reveal the size of the tip. The AirPods Pro comes with medium, small, and large sizes. The size of the tip is indicated at the base of the tip, for example, “M” for medium.

Rolling back the tip will also expose a harder, plastic-like base that is connected to the AirPod. Hold the base and gently pull it to release the tip from the AirPod.

Inside the tip, you will notice two indentations on either side. These indentations are designed to clip in place on the AirPod. Take another tip and line it up with the base. The new tip is made of a tougher plastic material that will last longer.

Make sure to line up the tip correctly with the AirPod. The tip is oval-shaped, making it easy to work out. You can put the tip in any way round you wish. Listen for a click to confirm that the tip is in place.

All that is left to do is to roll down the rubber and the AirPod is ready for use. If you are unsure of the correct size of the tip to use, try them out and see which one fits your ears best. Everyone is different, so you need to find the one that is most comfortable for you.

In conclusion, changing the ear tips on your AirPods Pro is a straightforward process. With this guide, you can do it easily and quickly. We hope this guide has been helpful. Don’t forget to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends who might find it useful.


Why won t my AirPod pro tips come off?
The AirPods Pro silicone sleeve pops into a divot surrounding the nozzle, which ensures a more stable connection between the pieces. To remove the ear tips from this slot, pinch the ear tip from the bottom and pull until it comes out. You shouldn't need to pull too hard—a gentle tug should get it out no problem.