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How to use AirPods

If you've got one of them, it's time to take a look at this guide to learn how to configure, use and customize them to suit you.

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How to connect AirPods to iPhone, iPad, or Mac

To use the AirPods the first thing you need is to have a compatible device with them, these are iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.1 or Apple Watch with watchOS 3 or higher, and Mac with macOS Sierra or higher. Now you just have to connect them to the device for the first time. On iOS follow these steps:

Unlock the iPhone or iPad

Open the AirPods box and bring it closer to the device. A window will appear on the device, press ok. Remember that being connected to iCloud the AirPods will already be automatically configured on the rest of your devices, so you don't have to worry about synchronizing them at all times with other devices.

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How to connect AirPods to other devices

If, on the other hand, you do not have an iOS device but you want to use Apple AirPods, you have to follow these steps

  • Open the box with the AirPods inside
  • Press and hold the button on the back until the LED lights up
  • On your device go to the Bluetooth section
  • Select AirPods among compatible devices
How to use Siri on AirPods

Unlike other headphones, AirPods are fully compatible with Siri, which means that you can ask the virtual assistant for things as if it were an iPhone. To activate Siri you have to press twice on one of the headphones.

What are some of the things you can ask Siri

  • Increase or decrease volume
  • Call a contact
  • Ask for the weather information
  • Change song
  • Play a music list
  • Check the battery of the AirPods
How to check the battery and charge the AirPods

Apple AirPods have great autonomy as their strong point, this is due both to the headphones themselves and to the case that accompanies them. The AirPods have an autonomy of 5 hours of music playback. The box features multiple full charges of AirPods for up to 24 hours of playtime. Charging the AirPods for 15 minutes you can count on up to 3 hours of playback

To check the charging status of the AirPods and the box you can do it from the iOS battery widget. You can also put the AirPods inside the box and open it near an iOs device to show animation with the remaining battery. Finally, the LED inside the box in green means that the charge is complete, in orange that there is less than a full charge. With the AirPods inside, the battery of the AirPods themselves is being indicated, without them, the battery in the box is indicated.

How to customize AirPods settings

With all this, you can use the AirPods without any problem, but you can also customize some of their settings from Settings> Bluetooth> AirPods> Information icon in iOS. These are the changes you can make

  • Rename AirPods
  • Choose what happens when you double-tap: Siri, Play and pause, or nothing
  • Enable or disable automatic ear detection
  • Set which headset the microphone is on

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  Apr 21, 2021       by ebimo-dogubo       53 Views

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