9 Tips and Tricks to Optimize Your Airpod Experience
Now that Apple has eliminated the headphone jack from the newest iPhone (The 7 and 7Plus), it’s time for the devoted Apple users to embrace the future of wireless audio. You’ve decided against bulkier on-ear and over-ear headphone choices and opted to purchase the company’s first-ever absolutely wireless earbuds. Awesome! Now you simply have to learn to use them to their full potential.
That’s where we come in. Below are some tips and tricks to assist you to gain guru status on your new wireless wonder straight out of the box.
Connecting to your iPhone
The easiest activity in getting to know your new AirPods is pairing them with your iPhone or iPad, which is achieved by opening the charging case close to your phone, then tapping the connect button that appears on the screen. That’s it!
Connecting to Android phones and other devices
AirPods aren’t only for iPhone users, they’ll work with Android gear and different Bluetooth-enabled gadgets as well. A small button on the back of the charging case permits you to connect with anything from Android phones to computers — anything that doesn’t work directly with Apple’s W1 chip. Merely open the charging case and press and hold the button till the indicator light between the AirPods begins blinking white, then find the AirPods in the Bluetooth menu of your chosen device.
Battery life information
Details about the battery life of every earbud, in addition to how much juice you have left in the charging case, will be instantly displayed by opening the case within a few inches of your phone. As soon as opened, a battery status menu signifies how much energy you’ve got to work with.
Altering the name
To change the name of your AirPods, merely navigate to the Settings menu of your iPhone, then tap into the Bluetooth menu and choose your AirPods from the list of devices. As soon as chosen, you’ll be able to change the name of your headphones by clicking the Name section and modifying it.