With less noise, Apple launched the AirPods Pro, a set of completely wireless earbuds that have regelated the new AirPods (second generation) to the bench. The completely wireless earbuds are the best upgrade, including its fresh design and fresh features. To maximize your use, let’s show you 5 AirPods Pro Tips To Try With Your New Earbuds:

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1. Pairing Still Takes Only A Few Seconds

After you take out your AirPods Pro, unlock your iPhone and open the charging case to your earbuds. One or two seconds later, a prompt will be visible on your device asking if you wish to pair the earbuds.

Click Connect to initiate the pairing, and that is that. The AirPods Pro work will not just work with your iPhone, they will also get paired to every Apple device you have signed in to your iCloud account.

2. Do Not Tap Your AirPods Pro, Press Them

Rather than typing on one of the AirPods, the stems of the AirPods Pro function as a button. There is no real button there, it is a pressure-sensitive section that can replicate how you would use a button.

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With both fingers, squeeze the flat indention on each AirPod. A click will be heard in your ear with each press. See what the button does:

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

3. Check battery life

Anytime you wish to check the charge level of your AirPods Pro and the charging case, get your iPhone unlocked and open the case close to your device with the AirPods within it. An animation will be visible, showing you the charge level of each AirPod and the case.

4. Use your Apple Watch to switch modes

If you own an Apple Watch, you can click “AirPlay” in the Now Playing app to switch between noise cancellation and transparency modes anytime you are using your AirPods Pro.

5. Do the Ear Tip Fit Test

In the AirPods Pro settings, the Ear Tip Fit Test can be carried out. This test will play a few sounds, use the AirPods’ microphones and then tell if you the ear tips you have installed are the best size for your ears.

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If you want to run this test, launch the Settings application on your device, choose Bluetooth and click “i” close to the name of your AirPods Pro. Choose Ear Tip Fit Test, and then adhere to the instructions.

More Information About Your AirPods Pro

AirPods Pro are wireless Bluetooth earbuds created by Apple, initially released on October 30, 2019. They are a premium variant of AirPods.

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AirPods Pro uses the same H1 chip found in second-generation AirPods but boasts a slimmer design, active noise cancellation, adaptive EQ, IPX4 water resistance, a new charging case with Qi-standard, and interchangeable silicone tips.

Apple announced AirPods Pro on October 28, 2019, and scheduled them to be released two days later on October 30, 2019. They include features of standard AirPods, such as a built-in microphone that filters out background noise, built-in accelerometers and optical sensors can detect presses on the stem and in-ear placement, and automatic pausing when they are taken out of the ears. Control by tapping is replaced by pressing a force sensor on the stems.

They use the same H1 chip found in second-generation AirPods that support hands-free “Hey Siri”. They have active noise cancellation, accomplished by microphones that detect outside sound and filter it.

Active noise cancellation can be turned off or switched to “transparency mode” that helps users hear their surroundings. Noise cancellation modes can also be switched in iOS or by pinching the stems of the AirPods using a new “force sensor”. Battery life is slightly shorter than standard AirPods at 4.5 hours due to the processing for noise cancellation. They are rated IPX4 for water and sweat resistance.

They come with three sizes of silicone tips. In iOS there is a software test to “[measure] the sound level in the ear and comparing it to what is coming from the speaker driver” to ensure a correct fit, as well as a feature called “Adaptive EQ” that “automatically tunes music to the shape of [the] ear.”

Apple has a replacement program, charging $89 to replace an earbud and $99 to replace a charging case. Silicone tips can be purchased for $4. Battery service costs $49 per unit, though this is actually a replacement program as batteries cannot be replaced.

There you have it – a comprehensive list of 5 best Airpods pro tips to try with your new EarBuds. If you have other recommendations, feel free to drop them in the comment section below.

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