How many Apple AirPods do you have? Do you want to get yourself a pair? Apple’s AirPods are wireless, high-quality earbuds. Plus, the technology and software it comes with provide endless options for making life easier for its users.
If you want more control over your favorite Apple headphones and how they sound, read our instructions on how to adjust the AirPod settings.
How to Change Air Pod Settings: Changing Name
The very first thing any of us does when we get a new piece of technology gives it a name that reflects our individuality. In order to tell your headphones from everyone else’s, you can give them a new name. How? Read on!
- In a convenient location, your iOS device can sit next to your AirPods.
- The Settings app can be accessed from the app drawer.
- To access Bluetooth, you’ll need to dig around in the Settings menu a bit. To use, touch it.
- AirPods can be seen inside the Bluetooth settings screen.
- There’s an I button, or “More Info,” next to your AirPods. Use that.
- Next, click the Name button.
- To save your changes, simply click Done once you’ve renamed the item.
How to Change Air Pod Settings: Double-Tap Actions
- The AirPods should be placed into the charging case with the lid left open.
- Launch the Settings app from your device’s app drawer to configure your iPod, iPad, or iPhone.
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- Click the I information icon next to the AirPods for additional details.
- You can customize the behavior of a double tap to do nothing, skip music, play/pause content, or activate Siri.
- On the left and right AirPod, you can set up independently operating double-tap actions.
How to Change Air Pod Settings: Microphones
Individual microphones are included in each AirPod. The AirPods may switch between the two of them to determine which one will be the primary microphone.
However, the earbuds can be customized by tapping the Microphone button in the Bluetooth section of the iPhone/Settings. iPad’s
You can assign different functions to each AirPod, such as using the right one for calls and the left one for Siri, and so on.
How to Change Air Pod Settings: Automatic Ear Detection
AirPods’ Automatic Ear Detection can be turned off so that music can be played while the headphones are connected to an iOS device, regardless of whether the user is wearing them or not.
To have your iPhone take over playback when you remove your AirPods, you can leave the default setting of Automatic Ear Detection On.
Alter AirPod Settings by Tapping on the Time and Velocity Buttons
- In order to access the iPhone’s Settings, tap the Home button and scroll down until you reach it.
- Launch the app and navigate to the Settings menu.
- Select AirPods by scrolling down the page.
- The time it takes to press and keep pressing can now be adjusted, as can the rate at which you press.
- Noise Cancellation can be toggled on and off with just one AirPod.
Change Air Pod Controls: Force Sensors
- Access Bluetooth on your iPhone by going to Settings > Bluetooth.
- To learn more about your AirPods, use the I or More Info button.
- Press and hold AirPods, and then choose Left or Right.
- AirPod Force Sensor now supports custom actions.
The Final Words
You’ve probably looked into a few different possibilities for personalizing your AirPods, or the ones you plan to buy in the future. We hope you found the information you were looking for in our guide about adjusting your AirPods settings.