So I have an iphone 8 - and a macbook pro - an old one - 2015 - but up to date to High Sierra How is it that I cannot switch my airpods from my iphone to my macbook pro? I thought the whole point for the airpods was their 'special sauce'. I do love them - but really - this is not cool. I'm looking forward to hearing the defense from the fanboys. If I have my airpods going with my iphone - and want to then change to my macbook pro - most of the time it takes repeated clicks - the minimum seems to be five minutes - fiddling around. I have to 'forget' this device on my phone and find it on the macbook etc. And usually - that doesn't even do it. My conclusion is that as much as I love the airpods, they can only work with one device. And then I have a $20 pair of Anker wireless headphones - and they switch immediately and effortlessly - and 'as advertised' - I'm on my iphone and want to hear them on the mac - so I go to the menu - switch - and there they are - immediately! So - please - fanboys - explain how a $20 pair of headphones behave as Apple advertises, and my airpods cannot even make the switch between my iphone and my mac. And by the way - I am sitting at my computer with the Ankers stuck in my ears - rather than the airpods - not out of choice - but because the airpods will not connect - to a macbook pro - after trying every fiddle possible. It used to be that Apple's selling point was that their products 'just worked'. That now seems to be a long time ago. --- Post Merged, May 30, 2018 --- By the way - yes I 'disconnect' from the iphone first etc. I have tried everything. And frankly - the whole point should surely be that I can move around my home and switch sources easily.