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- Take AirPods Pro correctly. Apple has developed a special way to get the headphones out of the case. In a simple way, they will not succumb to you. But if you lightly press a finger on the back of each “insert”, they will easily fly out.
- Enable noise reduction for better sound. AirPods Pro is Apple's first Active Noise Canceling (ANC) in-ear headphones that adapt to your ear shape and block the outside world so you can focus on what you're listening to. ANC uses the Ambient EQ feature, which Apple says adjusts the audio 200 times per second to optimize the sound for your particular ear shape by using an internal microphone. When you turn off the noise reduction, Ambient EQ also turns off, which means that the sound quality is slightly degraded. Therefore, for better sound, Airpods Pro is better to leave noise reduction turned on.
- By default, pressing or holding the barAirPod Pro will switch you between noise reduction and transparency, or you can control the function on your iPhone or iPad. Open the Control Center on your iOS device. Press and hold on the volume bar to enter the ANC control panel.
- How to check the status of wireless charging? AirPods Pro comes with a case for wireless charging, and you can charge it with most third-party Qi-compatible chargers. The case also includes a new convenient function for checking the state of charge at any time. Put the charging case on the charging mat face up - the indicator will turn on for a few seconds, and then turn off when it starts to charge. To check the charging status at any time, touch the cover with your finger so that the indicator lights up. Pay attention to the color: yellow means that it is still charging, and green means that it is fully charged.
- Activate noise reduction on one earphone. You can use noise reduction when using only one earphone, which is useful if you prefer to receive calls using only one “in-ear”. To do this, run the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Next Accessibility -> AirPods. Click on the switch next to the noise reduction on one AirPod.
- Access noise reduction through the Apple Watch. Most Airpods Pro users know that they can switch between noise control features or completely disable them from the iPhone’s Control Center. But few people know that you can also access the same features in the Apple Watch. Just raise your wrist to wake the watch. On the Now Running screen, click the icon with a triangle and three circles in the lower left corner. Click “AirPods Pro” in the list.
- Use AirPods Pro as a remotemicrophone. The wireless headphones support the Apple Listen Live feature, which uses your iPhone as a microphone and transmits what the iPhone receives to the headphones, even if AirPods are in another room.
- Audio sharing between two pairs of AirPods. If you have iOS 13.1 or later installed, the Apple Audio Sharing feature allows you to exchange your device’s Bluetooth audio with a second pair of AirPods, so the two of you can listen to music while running or enjoy watching a movie on the plane, not disturbing those who work.
- Use one earphone to extend the timelistening. AirPods Pro offers excellent stereo audio output, but Apple has developed Bluetooth wireless headphones so you can use them one at a time. Insert one earphone into your preferred ear and put the other in your charging case - the H1 chip will automatically determine which one is in use. When you hear a low battery from the earphone that you use in one ear, replace it with another one that is fully charged in the charging case. So you can constantly change them until the case charge runs out. Please note that when you use only one left or one right earphone, stereo signals are automatically converted to monaural output.
- Adjust the sensor strength. If it’s difficult for you to use the force sensor on your AirPods by squeezing it between your fingers, try adjusting the duration to see if it makes it easier.
- AirPods Pro controls let you taponce to play, pause or answer a phone call; press twice to go forward and three times to go back. As with pressing and holding, if you have problems turning these functions on, you can adjust this point.
- How to quickly find your lost AirPods Pro. You can find their last known location in the Find My application.
- If you get a call on your iPhone or AppleWatch, when your Airpods Pro is connected, the ringing tone will be interrupted no matter what you are listening to. To find out who is calling, usually you need to take your iPhone or look at the Apple Watch, but you can also ask Siri to tell who is calling.
- How to check your AirPods battery. You can check the charging status of your AirPods using the "Batteries" widget in the "Today" tab on your iPhone. Also, when you use AirPods, just ask Siri about it. If you just opened your charging case, you can also see the battery status. You can also check the battery level.your AirPods on your Apple Watch, whether they’re connected to your iPhone or directly to your watch. To do this, swipe up on the dial or in the application to open the Control Center, then tap the percentage battery icon. The battery level of your headphones will appear as a ring below the percentage of battery power on your Apple Watch.
- Reset AirPods Pro. If your headphones do not work properly (for example, if you cannot connect to them or, for example, they do not charge), you can reset them by following these steps. Put them in their case and close the cover. Wait 30 seconds, then open the cover. On your iOS device, go to “Settings” -> “Bluetooth” and tap the “i” icon in the circle next to your “AirPods”. Click "Forget this device" and click againfor confirmation. With the AirPods case cover open, press and hold the button on the back of the case for about 15 seconds until the status indicator flashes yellow. With the case cover open, place your AirPods next to the device and follow the instructions on the screen of your device to reconnect the accessory.