This post will show you if you can leave AirPods in the case on a wireless charger.
You can leave AirPods in the official case on a Qi-certified wireless charger. AirPods and the cases are designed so that they will not charge beyond 100%.
Can you leave AirPods on a wireless charger?
It is ok to leave your AirPods, inside the case, on a wireless charger. AirPods and the case are designed so that they will not overcharge when put on a charging mat or when charged via a cable.
Also, if it were the case that charging them for too long on a wireless charger was to be dangerous, there would be a lot of reports of people’s AirPods catching fire and Apple would be facing many lawsuits.
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Can you leave just the AirPods case on a wireless charger?
It is also the case that you can leave a wireless AirPods charging case on a wireless charger for the same reasons as why you can leave AirPods in the case on a wireless charger.
The case is designed so that it will not charge beyond 100%.
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Can you leave AirPods on a wireless charger overnight?
You can leave the AirPods or just the case charging, on a wireless charger, overnight. Once the AirPods case reaches 100% charge, it will stop being charged due to a battery protection circuit that gets triggered.
Additionally, leaving the AirPods at 0% charge for too long can actually be more damaging than having them at 100% charge for too long since they do need some charge to maintain themselves.
Charging the AirPods overnight can help you avoid allowing them to be at 0% charge for too long.
However, in an ideal scenario, the AirPods and the case would be at 20% to 80% charge most of the time.