Top 5 AirPods tips that you need to know

Having trouble with your Airpods?

There are some issues that you may encounter while using your AirPods. We will show you how to keep your AirPods in good condition and provide a wonderful listening experience. While using your AirPods, you may encounter the following issues:

Airpods are disconnecting

You’re unhappy when your AirPods keep disconnecting while in use, and you want to know why and how to solve it. If they do, you can resolve the issue by resetting either your Airpods or the Bluetooth Module if you are linked from your Mac. You can reset your AirPods to factory settings, reconnect them, or reset the Bluetooth Module on your Mac.

AirPods die faster.

When your AirPods die so fast, it could be due to battery deterioration or a severe drop in lifespan. The battery life of your AirPods is determined by device settings, usage, environment, and a variety of other factors. With certain device settings enabled, you can potentially extend the lifespan of your Airpods dramatically.

AirPods sound muted.

If your AirPods are sounding muffled, make sure you have the most recent software on your linked iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. If that’s not the case, you can try a fast software update to see if that resolves the issue.

As a general rule of thumb, if your AirPods are not responding, unable to connect, disconnecting randomly, cutting out, or were purchased from another user, you may need to reset your AirPods to factory settings to restore normal functionality.

Do more with your AirPods.

You can use your AirPods to share audio with two sets of AirPods or Beats, use background sounds, announce notifications with Siri, and much more.

Share Audio.

When you wear your AirPods, you may share the audio you’re listening to with a buddy who has AirPods or Beats wireless headphones.

  1. Go to Control Center on your iPhone, tap the button for your AirPods, and then tap Share Audio.
  2. If your friend is already wearing their AirPods, when they bring their iPhone near yours, they can tap the Join button.
  3. If their AirPods are still in their case, bring it close to your iPhone and open the lid.
  4. When your friend’s AirPods appear on your screen, tap Share Audio.
  5. Then, press and hold the Setup button on the back of their AirPods case for a few seconds. This will temporarily connect them to your iPhone while you share audio. You can control the volume using the buttons on each pair of headphones or in Control Center on your phone.

Live Listen

Live Listen sends audio from your iPhone or iPad’s microphone to your AirPods, allowing you to hear someone clearly in a noisy environment or from across the room.

  1. In Settings, scroll down and tap Control Center.
  2. Then, scroll down and tap the Add button next to Hearing.
  3. Now, open Control Center and tap the Hearing button.
  4. With your headphones connected, tap Live Listen to turn it on. Audio is sent from the microphone on your device to your AirPods.
  5. Just tap Live Listen again to turn it off.

Hearing Controls

Listening to Background Sounds on your AirPods is a great way to block out background noise while using your iPhone or simply to relax, thanks to the hearing controls that were added to Control Center.

  1. From the hearing controls, tap Background Sounds and tap the Background Sounds icon to turn it on or off.
  2. Then, tap a sound. A variety of sounds are at your disposal, including Ocean, Rain, Bright Noise, and more. Simply drag the volume slider to your desired level.

Announce Notifications

You can have Siri announce incoming notifications while you’re wearing your AirPods.

  1. In Settings, tap Notifications.
  2. Next, tap Announce Notifications.
  3. And then tap to turn it on.

Siri will notify you of incoming alerts from supported apps, including as Messages and Reminders, even while your iPhone screen is closed and dark.

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