Pocket-lint - Apple's AirPods are like Marmite: you'll either love the unconventional design or you'll hate it. Chances are if you're reading this feature, you sit in the former camp with us though. Yes, they look a little odd, but they are also great. Here are our top tips and tricks to ensure you master your Apple wireless earphones in no time. Open the lid on the AirPods case, press and hold the small button on the back and place the AirPods case next to your iPhone or iPad. The AirPods will appear at the bottom of your iPhone or iPad screen. Unlock your iPhone or iPad and press the Connect button. That's it for the first and second generation models.
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As is often the case with wireless technology, it can be hard to know what to do when something goes wrong. After this, simply pair them with your iPhone again and everything should work as normal. Are you perhaps using knock-off AirPods without knowing? Here's how to find out. Read More if you encounter problems often. Here's how to find your AirPods using your iPhone to track them down. Read More , but there are a few caveats to doing so. If your AirPods are in their case or have run out of battery, you will see their last known location. Follow these tips for even better sound.
Either that or the new AirPods for iPhone users. I have tried changing system sounds, turning off notification sounds. The sound is quite loud and can hurt. It is totally random sometimes happening once during a call and other times happening 7 to 8 times or more. I was nervous and unable to understand that what was happening with my laptop and what should I do and what not. This style of earbud, which rests next to your ear canal but not quite inside it, offers practically zero noise isolation.
In your haste or excitement when you got your iPhone, you may have enabled many apps to notify you audibly for one reason or another, not realizing that just one high-traffic appl -- such as Messages or Twitter -- can cause a beeping ruckus. Then again, it may not be your notification settings that are causing random beeps, but rather a faulty app or overworked iPhone. Take simple steps to find the underlying cause. Because every app can notify you visually and audibly, and in a number of ways that you control separately, notifications can be confusing. Occasionally, an app malfunctions. To rule this out, force-quit all running apps.