Earlier this month, Apple unveiled its second-generation AirPod Pro earbuds, building on the technology and features released in the original several years ago. Since its introduction, Apple has slowly added new features and refined the design of its wireless earbuds, incorporating a wide range of technologies such as active noise cancellation, adaptive transparency, and spatial audio.
If you are lucky enough to own a new pair, AirPods Also AirPods Pro Wireless earbuds made by Apple that come in different models at different price points. You may be wondering how to connect AirPods to Mac computer or his other Bluetooth devices.
Thankfully, Apple has made it easy to connect AirPods to macOS, Android, or other operating systems and platforms using Bluetooth. Listen to music, answer calls, and listen to your favorite audiobooks and movies. This quick guide focuses on how to connect your AirPods to your Mac computer, such as the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or Mac Studio system.
Check your Mac operating system
Your AirPods require slightly different operating systems to connect.if you own a pair 2nd generation Make sure your AirPods, Apple Mac computer is running macOS Mojave 10.14.4 or later. If you own an Apple AirPods Pro Make sure your Mac is working macOS Catalina 10.15.1 or later.Or if you are the owner of third generation If you’re using AirPods, on your Mac Monterey macOS or later.
To check this on a Mac computer, go to the Apple icon in the top left corner of your screen and clickabout this mac”. A window will open showing the operating system installed on your Mac computer in large letters above the version number. If the above requirements are not met, you will need to update your Mac’s operating system before connecting your AirPods.
Easily connect your AirPods to your Mac
If you’ve already set up your AirPods with your iPhone, you’ll be happy to know that connecting them to your Mac is a simple operation and requires you to be signed into iCloud with the same Apple ID you use on your iPhone. I’m in. If you already know that both Mac computer and iPhone use the same Apple IDyour AirPods It may already be available and connected to your Mac.
To check this, bluetooth The icon in the upper-right corner of your Mac screen. Clicking on the Bluetooth icon will list all the devices your computer recognizes, and you can quickly connect to them by simply selecting them. Your Mac will automatically connect when you put your AirPods in your ears, allowing you to adjust the volume directly from your Mac keyboard. If it doesn’t connect automatically, just select it if it’s in the list. Bluetooth device The operating system will take care of the rest. If your AirPods lose connection with your iPhone, it may be worth resetting.
Connection not visible on Mac
If for some reason it doesn’t show up in your Mac’s Bluetooth devices list or under the volume control buttons, you need to do the following: Pair your AirPods with your MacPlease follow the steps below.
1. Mac Turned on Bluetooth
2. On your Mac computer, System Preferences It’s under the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the screen.
3. Select the Bluetooth icon and AirPods are replaced with a charging case
4. Open the lid. AirPods charging case
5. Press and hold the setup button on the back of the charging case until the status light blinks white.
6. After a while, AirPods Appears in the list of devices
7. When it appears, select it from the list and clickconnection” button
8. Once the connection is established, the audio will play. AirPods When playing music, audio, or video.
Automatically switch AirPods connections
In the case of second and third generation ownership AirPods Also AirPods Pro Earbuds Every time you switch from an iPhone, iPad to a Mac computer, as long as you’re running the latest macOS Big Surand your iPhone is running iOS14 with iPad iPad OS 14 or later. AirPods automatically switch from one device to another as long as all devices use the same ID and have factor authentication. This is very useful if you receive a call on your iPhone while watching a video on your iPad or Mac. As soon as you answer the call from the phone, AirPods automatically connect to iPhone Provides audio for calls.
You may see AirPods notifications on your Mac screen when you hover over your AirPods. A connect button will appear, confirm pressing this to switch his AirPods to your Mac computer. After completing the process a few times, it becomes second nature.
Disable automatic AirPods switching
If you don’t want audio to automatically switch from one device to another, Apple makes it easy to disable this by going to your Mac computer’s Bluetooth settings. Put your AirPods on your ears, and in the list of devices that appears, next to your AirPods[オプション]Click the button. next”Connect to this Macthen selectDate and time of last connection to this Mac”. This prevents audio from automatically switching from one device to another, and is useful if you’re having a conversation, such as his FaceTime call, on your Mac and the call comes in on your iPhone. If you want to switch back to automatic AirPod switching, tapautomaticallyoption will return your AirPods to their default configuration.
If you’re still having trouble connecting your AirPods to your Mac, iPhone, or other device, talk to Apple’s Genius team or search Apple’s official support website for help on what’s causing the issue. Check out the details.
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