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AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

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AirPods are one of the most relevant Apple products in the company's sales and revenue. However, although they do not have a price “Affordable,” these headphones have been sold out all over the world. In this latest version, AirPods Pro, we can find more features and greater utility, yes, they are better in many ways. They were even considered as an example when it comes to low Bluetooth latency.

So, after we have left 7 tips for a better user experience, we return to the load with so many.

AirPods Usage Tips

After a first part with some of the most important features explained, we have 7 more fundamental tips. In this sense, for those gravitating to the Apple ecosystem, these tips can be very useful, even showing a lot of unknowns.

We start by tweaking some new features in AirPods Pro and then moving on to other actions that are inherited from their older siblings.

8 – Change Pressure Speed

The new AirPods Pro brings a different way of interacting with the user. If in the past the ringtone was a reason to pause the song, two ringtones to advance the list and three ringtones served to indent the theme (and others), these AirPods no longer need to be rung. Now it works with one pressure, the tightening the handset stem.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

To do this, Apple has placed some adjustments in iOS Accessibility. So let's see where we can adjust this pressure to our measure.

  1. Let's go to Definitions;
  2. We click on Accessibility;
  3. We rolled over and found the AirPods option;
  4. Within this menu we click the Pressure Speed ​​option.

Now we have several options available. So we can choose Default, Slow or Very slow.

It all depends on how we want to interact with AirPods by pressing the handset to enable certain features.

9 – Adjust Continuous Pressure Duration

Taking advantage of the last tip, because we will be in the same place, we can also parameterize the Continuous Pressure Duration.

So without wasting time…

  1. Let's go to Definitions;
  2. We click on Accessibility;
  3. We rolled over and found the AirPods option;
  4. Within this menu we click the Continuous Pressure Duration option.

Now we have several options available. So we can choose Default, Short or Short.

10 – Pair with Apple Watch

One of the biggest advantages of using multiple Apple devices is the power of ecosystem functionality. Using, for example, Apple Watch paired with AirPods allows you to make and receive calls and listen to music without having to pick up the iPhone.

So let's show you how you can pair AirPods Pro directly to your Apple Watch.

  • In Apple Watch we go to Settings;
  • Now Bluetooth:
  • Now in the box of the AirPods Pro, with the lid open, we click the button back there for two seconds;

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

  • With the box light flashing white, AirPods Pro will appear on Apple Watch;
  • We click on the AirPods Pro option to pair.

Now it is use to listen to music, use to make and receive calls and even close with your thoughts, without hearing the world outside the ears.

11 – Pair AirPods with a Non-Apple Device

Many users without Apple smartphones use AirPods. Sound quality, equipment reliability and ease of use with the headphone charger box are some of the reasons why. Despite all this, and there is so much good offer, or rather if you want to use Apple AirPods on your Android, you can.

Your AirPods are designed to work with Apple products, but they use Bluetooth and can pair with your Android device, your PC, or any other device that supports Bluetooth headsets.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

Let's look at how to pair with a non-Apple device:

  1. We put the AirPods in the box
  2. We opened the lid;
  3. We press and hold the button on the back of the box until a white light flashes;
  4. We open the Bluetooth settings on the device we are connecting to and choose the AirPods.

Ready. Now with AirPods Pro we can take advantage of Active Noise Canceling and low latency as well as other good features.

12 – Use AirPods as Remote Microphone

Apple, in 2018, kept its promise and added Live Audio to AirPods. This feature allows people to listen to conversations in very high-quality noisy environments. The feature has been around since 2014, takes advantage of the iPhone as a microphone, and plugs into Apple-certified hearing aids to amplify hearing.

Later, in the latest iOS, Apple renamed the Hearing feature. So with this feature, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch becomes a remote microphone that sends sound to AirPods. In addition to TV sound, Live Audio helps you hear a conversation in a noisy room or hear someone who is far away from us. And it works very well.

Pair AirPods to iPhone or iPad

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

After pairing them, let's see if they have a battery. So we use the widgets on iOS to be faster and we validate that they are active. To do this we click on the upper left corner, for example the music player you have in your Control Center.

Enable Hearing in Control Center

Now let's go to Settings> Control Center and then click Customize Controls.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

Probably the option we want, Hearing, will not be in the active group of icons that appear in Control Center (which we invoke by swiping in the upper right corner of the screen).

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

This way we have to click on the sign AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2 to add this option to the top menu. As it is in the image, then the option Hearing will appear in the right place where we want it.

Use the Hearing option

Now let's call the Control Center on the iPhone or iPad screen and click on the icon. Later we will see the option appear with the indication that the AirPods are ready. Just click on Call and we will hear on Apple headphones what the iPhone microphone is hearing.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

In the selectors we can control the intensity of the sound that reaches our ears. So with this feature, anyone who has a hearing problem will no longer have to have the screaming TV at home. Just put your iPhone close by and you'll hear the sound perfectly “at a normal level”.

13 – Advertise Calls

It is a habit to wear headphones while we are working. In this sense, we often receive a call on the iPhone and when AirPods or AirPods‌ Pro is turned on, music will stop to receive a call.

Given that the call often arrives via Apple Watch, or even via iPhone, but it is out of sight, it is important to know who is calling. So to find out who's calling, we no longer have to take the phone out of our pocket, or go to their feet or pull our wrists to figure out who the call comes from.

AirPods‌ can announce who is calling us. However, this feature is turned off by default. Let's now show how to activate and use.

  1. Let's go to Definitions;
  2. Then we look for the Telephone option;
  3. Inside we click Announce calls;
  4. We tap Announce Calls within the Calls group;
  5. Now we choose the Headphones only option.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

So now when someone calls us, we will have a voice message announcing who is on the other end of the line.

14 – Share audio with two pairs of AirPods

We have no doubt that iOS 13 has made Apple devices even more powerful within the ecosystem. So there are many new features that combine functionality, exaggerate qualities and offer unprecedented usability to mobile devices. So one of the new features Apple has added is to share audio from iPhone and iPad devices with two AirPods.

Let's show how easy it is to use iPhone with iOS 13 and share the music with two Airpods.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

Follow these steps:

  1. First, we have our iPhone with our AirPods on.
  2. Then we open the Bluetooth menu within the Settings
  3. We click the pairing button on the back of the second set of AirPods (or simply open the case cover)
  4. We touch the second set of AirPods when they appear in "Other Devices" ready to stuff
  5. We confirm that the device shows “On” in the device list.

AirPods Pro: 21 Fantastic Tips #Part 2

And ready. We now have two pairs of AirPods connected to our single iOS 13 device. So in the AirPlay menu, both pairs of AirPods should be visible and will hear the same audio.

In short, we move to the last group of tips that will appear shortly. Use and abuse this Apple audio gadget.


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