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How do I use AirPods Pro the right way?

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How to connect AirPods to an iPhone

  1. When you’re on your iPhone, go to the Home screen.
  2. Make sure your new AirPods are very close to your phone and then open the AirPods case.
  3. You’ll see a message about setting up the iPhone. Connect, then tap Done.

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4. In this case, keep the case open, but press and hold the button on the back for about five seconds, until you see a connection message.

How to customize AirPod controls

  1. If you want to make sure your AirPods are connected to your iPhone, you can put them in your ears or just open the case.
  2. On your iPhone, go to the Settings app and click Bluetooth, then turn on the Bluetooth setting.
  3. This is how to find the AirPods in the list of paired devices. To do this, you need to tap the I icon on the right.

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Once you’re on the AirPods page, you can change their settings and controls:

To change the name of the Airpods, you need to change the name. Tap the name button at the top of the screen and type in the name you want.

In order to use the Automatic Ear Detection feature, turn on the setting. Swipe the button to the right if it isn’t already on. The audio will stop when you take an AirPod out of your ear. If you take both of them out, the AirPods will be turned off as well.

It’s time for you to choose a microphone! Tap Microphone, then choose Automatically Switch AirPods. When you’re talking, the AirPods will choose the best microphone for you to use. If one of the AirPods doesn’t work right, you can choose Always Left AirPod or Always Right AirPod.

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Don’t tap, press on your AirPod Pro

If you were to tap one of the AirPods, you’d use the stems of the AirPods Pro as a button. There isn’t actually a button there. Instead, there is a pressure-sensitive area that can be used in the same way as a button. You might find it weird and confusing, but it might also be something you’d expect Apple to do.

Each AirPod has a flat indentation that you can squeeze with two fingers. You’ll hear a sound in your ear when you press. What each button does:

  • Single-press: Pause/Play
  • Double-press: Skip forward
  • Triple-press: Skip backward
  • Long-press: Switch between noise cancellation and transparency mode.

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How to monitor battery life

When you want to check the charge level of your AirPods Pro and the charging case, open the case next to your iPhone or iPad with the AirPods inside. An animation will show how much charge each AirPod and its case has. It will also show how much charge there is in the case.

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How to use active noise cancellation

Perhaps the most important feature of the AirPods Pro is the ability to actively block out noise. There’s a lot of sound blocking when it’s turned on, but not as much as there would be with regular earbuds or the AirPods that came with your phone. In a noisy office, or in a home office shared with your partner and kids who are home-learning, this should help you block out the noise.

Long-pressing one of the AirPods’ buttons can turn off noise cancelation. You can also use the Control Center on your iPhone or iPad to turn off noise cancelation. Take a swipe down from the top right corner of your phone’s screen. When the Control Center appears, long-press the volume slider to turn the volume down. A noise-canceling option is at the bottom of the screen. You can also choose to turn it off or make it transparent. Tap on the setting that you want to use.

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