iCloud: Play a sound on a device with Find My iPhone
If you lose your device and you think it’s nearby, use Find My iPhone on iCloud.com to play a sound on it to help you find it. If you have Family Sharing set up, you can also play a sound on a family member’s device. For more information, see the Apple Support article Family Sharing.
Play a sound on your iOS device, Apple Watch, or Mac
Play a sound on your AirPods
Click All Devices, then select your AirPods.
Click Play Sound.
If your AirPods are online, they play a sound immediately (for two minutes). If they’re offline, you receive a notification on your iOS devices the next time your AirPods are in range of one of your iOS devices and the Find My iPhone app is open.
Important: Make sure to remove the AirPods from your ears before playing a sound. Although the sound starts playing softly, the volume gradually increases. This could cause discomfort for anyone wearing the AirPods.
If your AirPods are separated, tap Mute Left or Mute Right to find them one at a time.
After you find your AirPods, tap Stop Playing.
After the sound plays, a confirmation email is sent to your Apple ID email address.
You can also use a different iOS device to play a sound on your missing device. For more information, open Find My iPhone, tap Help, then go to “Play a sound.”