AirPods & Beats Compatibility Guide


Before purchasing a replacement, it is important to determine which model you own. There are multiple generations available and some models look identical, but they are not compatible with each other. Understanding your model number will reduce returns and allow you to get the right replacement. 

To determine your generation, locate the model number in the first text line on the underside of the AirPod. Here's an example shown below:

If the markings are faded, you can also determine the model number by looking at your device settings. Just go to your device Bluetooth settings, tap the "i" icon next to your original set, and scroll down to the about section. Below is an example:

*Note, the model number listed through device settings will always display the model number of the left side only*


Once you have found your model number, use the below table to determine the correct replacement to order:

 Device Type

Left Side
Model Number

Right Side
Model Number

Model Number

AirPods 1st Generation

A1722 A1523 A1602

AirPods 2nd Generation

A2031 A2032 A1602

AirPods 3rd Generation

A2564 A2565 A2566

AirPods Pro 1st Generation

A2084 A2083 A2190

AirPods Pro 2nd Generation (Lightning)




AirPods Pro 2nd Generation (USB-C)




Beats Studio Buds
(you can mix and match colors)
A2512 A2513 A2514

PowerBeats Pro

(you can mix and match colors)

A2047 A2048 A2078

Beats Fit Pro

(you can mix and match colors)

A2576 A2577 A2578