New AirPods Settings
After the WWDC, many were the users who almost immediately installed the beta 1 of the different operating systems that Apple had presented just a few minutes ago. Obviously, the main novelties were already known because that is why the developer conference was held, however, to the surprise of the first brave, when entering the Settings app, they found something that was not present in iOS 15, and that is that access to all the AirPods settings had changed, and were now much more accessible.
With iOS 16, whenever you want to access the settings of your AirPodsyou no longer have to enter the Bluetooth section and click on your AirPods, since as we have told you, now all the settings related to these headphones You will have them fully accessible from the first interface of the Settings app. Of course, in order to access these settings you have to have your AirPods out of the box and synchronized with your iPhone.
Within these settings you can find practically the same options that were already present with iOS 15, although some of them are displayed differently. For example, now within this interface you can check both the battery that the headphones have, and the battery that the AirPods box itself has. You’ll also be able to tweak the noise control, customize the settings set for when you long-press on both earbuds, try out the earpad settings, and other traditional settings that allow you to fine-tune and customize the experience you’ll have with your headphones. AirPods.
However, there is one of these settings that was not present in iOS 15 and that is surely the great novelty that iOS 16 brings to all AirPods users. Well, not for everyone, as it is only available for those models that have spatial audio support. We leave you the list below.
- AirPods 3.
- AirPods Pro.
- AirPods Max.
The great novelty that iOS 16 brings with respect to AirPods and spatial audio is that it can now be much more personalizedamplifying that feeling of three dimensional audio that provide the supported songs. In order to have this improved experience, all you have to do is configure it through the steps that your iPhone will indicate. To do this you just have to follow the following steps.
- Open the Settings app.
- Select your AirPods.
- Click on «Set Up Personalized Spatial Audio…«
- Follow the steps that appear on the screen.
After carrying out these simple steps, which will only take a few seconds of your time, the experience you will have when using your AirPods and playing content compatible with spatial audio will be much more personalized and satisfying, considering that until now it was a real wonder.