This article explains how to unpair Apple's fitness-focused Powerbeats Pro earphones from a number of different Apple devices.
Bear in mind that when you unpair Powerbeats Pro from an iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, or Apple TV (fourth-generation or later), this also automatically unpairs the wireless earphones from all other devices linked to the same iCloud account.
Other devices you may have paired them with that aren't linked to iCloud (older Apple TVs, Windows PCs or Android devices, for example) will remain unaffected unless you manually unpair them one by one via their respective Bluetooth settings.
How to Unpair Powerbeats Pro From iPhone or iPad
Launch the Settings app.
Tap the "i" icon next to your Powerbeats Pro in the Devices list.
Tap Forget This Device.
Tap Forget Device in the pop-up message to confirm.
Note that unpairing Powerbeats Pro from your iPhone also unpairs them from your Apple Watch, however you can also individually unpair Powerbeats Pro from Apple Watch without unpairing them from your iPhone.
How to Unpair Powerbeats Pro From Apple Watch
On your Apple Watch, launch the Settings app.
Tap the "i" icon next to your Powerbeats Pro in the list.
Tap Forget Device.
How to Unpair Powerbeats Pro From Mac
On your Mac, click the Apple icon in the menu bar and select System Preferences....
Click the Bluetooth icon in the preference pane.
Right-click (or Ctrl-click) your Powerbeats Pro in the Devices list.
Click Remove in the contextual menu that appears.
Click Remove again to confirm.
How to Unpair Powerbeats Pro From Apple TV
On your Apple TV, launch the Settings app.
Select Remotes and Devices -> Bluetooth (or General -> Bluetooth on third-generation Apple TV or earlier models).
Select your Powerbeats Pro in the Devices list.
Select Forget Device.
If necessary, select Forget Device again to confirm.
Remember that if you decide again later that you want to re-pair Powerbeats Pro to your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac or Apple TV, the pairing information is synced across all the devices linked to your iCloud account.
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