Apple announced a new version of its wireless earbuds in September.It has longer battery life, a new charging case with Find My support, an updated mic, new volume controls and a new H2 chip.
ofis the follow-up to the original that came out in 2019 and includes the same features, including active noise cancellation for an improved listening experience and replaceable silicone tips for a more comfortable fit.
in himCNET’s David Carnoy said that while the AirPods Pro 2 may not be perfect, they “like a more fully evolved and sophisticated product that packs not only a great feature set into a very small design, but also top performance. I feel it,” he said.
Whether you own the original AirPods Pro or the new AirPods Pro, there’s a lot to learn about in-earbuds to maximize their potential.This guide will show you everything you need to know, from how to properly pair your AirPods Pro with your phone, to how to get the most out of your AirPods Pro.For a more immersive acoustic experience.
Pairing your AirPods Pro takes just a few seconds
After unpacking your AirPods Pro, unlock your iPhone or iPad and open the earbud charging case. After 1-2 seconds, a prompt will appear asking if you want to pair the earbuds.
Tap connection Start pairing and you’re done. AirPods Pro not only work with your iPhone, they also pair with any Apple device signed in with your iCloud account.
Press, don’t tap AirPods Pro
Instead of tapping one of your AirPods, use the stem of your AirPods Pro as a button. There are actually no buttons. Instead, it’s a pressure-sensitive section that lets you recreate how the buttons are used. This is similar to how the MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro trackpads physically don’t move when clicked.
Use two fingers to press the flat recess on each AirPod. You will hear a click in your ear each time you press it. Pressing each button will:
- single press: Pause/Play
- double press: fast forward
- triple press: Skip backward
- Long press: Switch between noise canceling and transparent mode.
Swipe to change AirPods Pro volume
A nifty addition to the AirPods Pro 2 is the ability to change the volume using the stem. Swipe up to increase the volume, swipe down to decrease the volume. yes. It’s that simple.
How to monitor battery life
One of the AirPods Pro’s biggest strengths is battery life. Between the battery in the case and the battery in each earbud, you’ll get hours of use without needing to recharge. Apple has several ways to monitor the battery life of each AirPod Pro and case.
Whenever you want to check the charge level of your AirPods Pro and charging case, unlock your iPhone or iPad and open the case next to the device containing your AirPods. You’ll see an animation showing the charge level of each AirPod and case.
You can also add the battery widget to your iPhone home screen. When your AirPods are actively paired with your phone, a widget shows the battery level for each earbud and case.
How to use active noise canceling
The AirPods Pro’s centerpiece feature is Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). When turned on, noise cancellation blocks almost all background noise that you normally hear in regular earbuds or standard AirPods. For example, if you work in a noisy office or share with your partner or kids who are remote learning at Home Her Office, it can help block out chatter and distractions.
Press and hold one of the buttons on your AirPods to turn off noise cancellation, or use Control Center on your iPhone or iPad. Swipe down from the top-right corner of your device’s screen. Then, when Control Center appears, press and hold the volume slider. At the bottom of the screen are Noise Cancellation, Off, and three options.. Tap the setting you want to use.
you, you can hear some of the sounds around you, but you can still hear the audio being played by your AirPods Pro. For example if you need to listen for gate changes.
You can switch to Invisibility mode by long-pressing the button on your AirPods or using the toggle in Control Center.
Find AirPods Pro 2 cases
One of the most welcomed features of the 2nd generation AirPods Pro is the ability to pinpoint your lost AirPods Pro case using Find My. Open the Find My app on your iPhone and device tab. Tap an AirPods Pro in the list to see its location on the map. If you are within 30 feet of the case, find near button. You will then be guided through the on-screen prompts.
Spatial audio is an impressive experience
It provides an immersive surround sound experience, offering a 360-degree soundscape that adjusts to your movements. This experience is relatively new and available on AirPods Pro (with the recent addition of Dolby Atmos for Apple Music). Just enable the feature in settings.
and turn on spatial audio by going to setting > bluetooth > Tap the “i” next to AirPods Pro and flip the switch spatial audio to the on position. Then you can listen to the demo to see how the feature works. see and hear how it works.
Now whenever you watch videos on apps like Apple TV and use your AirPods Pro, your audio should move around in surround sound when something happens on the screen or you move your head.
If you have AirPods Pro 2, you can use your iPhone’s TrueDepth camera to personalize your spatial audio. When you put your AirPods Pro on for the first time, they’ll guide you through the setup of Personalized Spatial Audio, a custom profile based on the shape of your head. Profiles are synced across devices — thanks to iCloud! This feature is also in the Settings app under Bluetooth. Select AirPods Pro, information button. Then scroll down to Personalized Spatial Audio.
Control your AirPods Pro with your Apple Watch
if you haveyou can switch between noise cancellation and transparency mode at any time while using your AirPods Pro by tapping the AirPlay icon in the Now Playing app.
AirPods Pro case accessories
Yes, there is a strap loop on the right side of the AirPods Pro 2 case. You can attach the case to your backpack, handbag, keys, etc.
Control your AirPods Pro with your Mac
If you’re using AirPods Pro on your Mac, you can switch between noise-cancelling and transparency modes without even holding your AirPods Pro. On Mac, you’ll see the AirPods icon when the earbuds are successfully connected to your computer. Click on it to change the mode.
Switch tips to get the right fit
The AirPods Pro 2 box also includes three additional sizes of ear tips. M size is pre-installed. Try them out first and if you find them uncomfortable, you can swap them out for a different size.The original his AirPods Pro didn’t have an XS tip. There’s no trick to removing the tip of each AirPod. Simply pull, slide out, and press to engage another pair. You may feel like you’re about to tear it apart, but from some swaps I’ve done, they eventually come off.
Fit test your eartips to find the best fit
You can run the Ear Tip Fit Test by diving into your AirPods Pro settings (try saying it out loud a few times). This test uses the AirPods’ microphone to play some sounds and see if the attached ear tips are the right size for your ears.
To run the test, open the Settings app on your iPhone, select Bluetooth, and tap the “i” next to your AirPods Pro’s name.[イヤー チップ フィット テスト]and follow the prompts.
I ran the test with both medium and small eartips and they both passed. So don’t feel tied down to the first ear tip you test. There may be another size that works and feels more comfortable.
Check the charging status when charging the case wirelessly
The case that comes with your AirPods Pro charges wirelessly with the same wireless charging pad as your iPhone. It also works with MagSafe chargers, but it doesn’t magnetically stick to the charger like the iPhone 12 or 13. Place the case on the pad with the small light facing up and start charging. When you put the case on the pad for the first time, the light on the case will come on to let you know it’s charging. However, it eventually times out and turns off. Tap the case to check the charging status of the case (green means fully charged).
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