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The Apple AirPods are not just your regular earphones. They’re more than that. They come equipped with many features that make attending to calls and listening to music much more convenient.

To get the most out of your AirPods, you need to learn a few Airpods tips and tricks. These tips will teach you how to use certain functions on your AirPods and even help you uncover hidden features.

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How To Know Which AirPods You Have

If you want to verify the generation of your AirPods, you can do that by finding the model number written on your AirPods and matching it with Apple’s model numbers list.

Take both of your AirPods out of the case and find the model numbers underneath the pods.

    If it’s A2084 and A2083, then you have AirPods Pro.

    If your model numbers are A2032 and A2031, you have AirPods (2nd generation).

    If the model numbers are A1523 and A1722, you have the 1st-gen AirPods.

    Finding what charging case you have is also easy.

    If your charging case has the model number A2190, it’s an AirPods Pro charging case with wireless charging.

      If your case has the model number A1938, it’s a wireless charging case for 1st and 2nd-generation AirPods.

        The charging case with model number A1602 is the lightning charging case for both 1st and 2nd gen AirPods.

        What Do The Various Lights On The AirPods Mean

        Your AirPods charging case displays various lights. Each light has a meaning and tells you something about your AirPods.

        White light: This means your AirPods are ready to be paired with a device.

        Amber light while the AirPods are in the case: Your AirPods are being charged.

        Amber light without the AirPods in the case: Your case has less than one charge remaining on it.

        Amber blinking light: There’s an issue with pairing.

        Green light while the AirPods are in the case: Your AirPods are charged.

        Green light while the AirPods are not in the case: Your case is charged.

        How To Connect AirPods To An iPhone

        Pairing your AirPods with an iPhone is just a matter of tapping a button.

        Open the lid of your case while the AirPods are still in it.

        Bring the case near your iPhone.

        You’ll see a prompt on your iPhone. Tap Connect to pair your AirPods with your iPhone.

        How To Connect AirPods To Other Devices

        Your AirPods work with almost all Bluetooth-enabled devices out there. But the pairing process is different than that of the iPhone. Here we show how to connect your AirPods to an Android device. You can use the same steps to connect your AirPods to other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

        Some of the AirPods functions you use on your iPhone won’t work on your Android and other devices. However, there are some AirPods controller apps that you can use to access Apple-exclusive features on your non-Apple devices.

        How To Change The AirPods Controls

        The AirPods come with double-tap gestures that let you perform actions like changing the music track and pausing your music without using your iPhone. These gestures are customizable and you can change them if you want.

        Make sure your AirPods are paired with your iPhone.

        Open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap Bluetooth.

          Tap the i icon next to your AirPods.

            Tap Left in the Double-Tap AirPod section to change the left double-tap gesture.

              Select one of the actions from the list on your screen.

                Tap Right and choose an action for the right AirPod.

                How To Change The AirPods’ Name

                Like how you can change the AirDrop name on your iPhone and Mac, you can change the AirPods name, too.

                  Tap the Name field.

                    Enter a new name for your AirPods.

                    How To Adjust The AirPods’ Volume

                    The Apple AirPods don’t come with volume rockers so you’ll need to use the volume control buttons on your device to control the AirPods volume.

                    How To Find Your AirPods

                    Just like how Apple lets you find your lost iPhone, you can find your lost AirPods as well.

                    How To Check The AirPods Battery Level

                    You can check the battery level of your AirPods on both your iOS and Android devices.

                    Open the case lid while one of your AirPods is still in it.

                    Bring the case near to your iPhone and you’ll see the current battery levels.

                      If you’re on Android, do the above steps after installing the AirBattery app on your phone.

                      How To Charge Your AirPods

                      Charging your AirPods is easy and you don’t need to plug them into anything with a cable.

                      Place your AirPods in the charging case.

                      Your case will start charging your AirPods.

                      How To Charge The AirPods Case

                      The charging case holds a significant amount of battery but you’ll need to charge it once every two or three days, depending on your usage.

                      If yours is a wireless charging case, place it on a Qi-certified wireless charger and it’ll start charging.

                      If yours is a lightning charging case, plug one end of the cable into your case and the other end into a charger or USB port on your computer.

                      How To Check Your AirPods’ Firmware Version

                      Your AirPods run a certain version of firmware which you can check from your iPhone.

                        Your AirPods firmware version will be listed next to Firmware Version.

                        Use Automatic Ear Detection

                        Your AirPods come with a feature that routes the audio from your iPhone to your pods as soon as you place your pods in your ears. You need to enable this feature before you use it.

                          Turn on the Automatic Ear Detection option.

                          How To Change The Active Microphone For Your AirPods

                          Both your AirPods come with a microphone and you can manually choose which AirPod’s microphone you want to use.

                          Launch Settings, tap Bluetooth, and tap the i icon next to your AirPods.

                            Tap Microphone at the bottom.

                              Select one of the options available on your screen.

                              How To Accept An Incoming Call With Your AirPods

                              If you get a call while using the AirPods, you can accept the call by just tapping your AirPods.

                              If you have AirPods Pro, press the force sensor to accept the incoming call.

                              If you have 1st or 2nd-generation AirPods, double-tap on either of your AirPods.

                              You can use the same gestures to hang up a call.

                              Get Your AirPods To Announce The Caller Names

                              Your AirPods can tell you who’s calling if you’ve enabled caller announcements on your iPhone.

                              Launch the Settings app on your iPhone and tap Phone.

                                Tap Announce Calls on the following screen.

                                  Choose the Always option.

                                  Use Your AirPods To Listen To The Sounds Around You

                                  You can hear the live sounds around your iPhone with your AirPods.

                                  Go to Settings on your iPhone and tap Control Centre.

                                    Select the Customize Controls option.

                                      Tap the + (plus) sign for Hearing.

                                        Pull up from the bottom of your iPhone to open the Control Center.

                                        Tap the hearing icon.

                                          Tap the Live Listen option.

                                          Use One Pod To Make AirPods’ Battery Last Longer

                                          You don’t necessarily need to use both your pods at a time. You can simply use one of the AirPods while the other is being charged. This way, when you’re out of battery on one pod, you can use the other one while that first one is being charged.

                                          How To Unpair Apple AirPods From Your iPhone

                                          If you no longer wish to use your AirPods with your iPhone, you can unpair and remove them from your phone.

                                          Open the Settings app and tap Bluetooth.

                                            Tap the i icon next to your AirPods.

                                              Tap Forget This Device to unpair your AirPods.

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                                              8 Tips To Prevent Airpods Allergy

                                              If you think you’re allergic to your AirPods or AirPods Pro, then that makes it at least two of us. But in all honesty, I suspect this number might actually be much higher than that.

                                              Symptoms of AirPods allergy

                                              This coming paragraph will likely sound like it’s straight out of WedMD, but bear with me and check whether you’ve experienced any of these symptoms:

                                              Swelling inside of your ear

                                              Itchy ears or ear canal

                                              Red and sensitive ears


                                              Oozing and ear drainage

                                              Discharge of clear liquid leaking out

                                              Scabby, crusty, and flaky ears

                                              Clogged ears or ears feeling full

                                              Ear infection

                                              I know, gross!

                                              I’ve personally experienced all of these symptoms, and I still experience them from time to time. However, I have found ways to mitigate these issues.

                                              How to prevent an allergy to AirPods

                                              Know what AirPods are made of

                                              According to Apple, AirPods, EarPods, and Beats earphones may contain nickel, acrylates, methacrylates, plastic, silicone, stainless steel, and thermoplastic elastomer. If you know for a fact that you are allergic to any of these materials, then maybe AirPods aren’t the right earbuds for you. If that’s the case, don’t lose all hope quite yet, and check out these upcoming tips.

                                              Make sure your AirPods fit properly

                                              Are your AirPods too small or too big for you? If they don’t fit to begin with, then this might cause some irritation or inflammation of the ear, potentially leading to more painful symptoms.

                                              If you have AirPods Pros, you should conduct a fit test to find out what the correct ear tip size is for you.

                                              Clean your AirPods

                                              Isn’t it obvious that you should periodically clean your AirPods? But are you actually doing it on a regular basis?

                                              Grime, dirt, lint, sweat, earwax, and god knows what has been in contact with your AirPods, which in turn are in contact with your ears. The least you can do is give them a good cleaning. We have a pretty good article on how to clean the ear tips and case of your AirPods and AirPods Pro that I suggest you check out.

                                              If you work out and sweat a lot with your AirPods, I’d probably suggest cleaning them every single day.

                                              Clean your ears

                                              Don’t take this in a bad way, but are your ears clean?

                                              A few years ago, I had the terrible habit of going surfing, then going for a walk with my AirPods directly after. My ears were clean, but not really… They were still full of salt and sandy water. This is when I reached peak AirPods allergy. Once it became obvious to me this was a bad idea, I stopped doing that and made sure my ears were always clean before putting AirPods in.

                                              I’m not suggesting cleaning your ears every time you’re going to wear AirPods. All I’m saying is that you should maybe review your habits and see if there is room for change.

                                              Additionally, avoid lotion, cologne, sunscreen, and whatnot in your ears.

                                              Don’t insert anything into your ears

                                              The itchiness and irritation are sometimes so unbearable that you just want to scratch the inside of your ears with an icepick. Well, don’t!

                                              My favorite instrument of choice was a wooden toothpick that I would sometimes use to scratch my ear canal until I bled. It took me a while to learn to resist that temptation, but I’m glad I did.

                                              In short, you should never put anything in your ears other than a Q-tip from time to time. Ears are extremely sensitive, and just scratching them with your nails could tear the skin, which in turn would make it more prone to infection.

                                              Try foam tips instead of silicone

                                              Now that AirPods Pro I’ve been out for a while, we have quite a few third-party options available for tips. One such option is replacement foam tips. I personally have not tried these, but I’ve heard good things about them. Our review editor Jim Gresham likes his Comply AirPods Pro memory foam tips a lot.

                                              Alleviate the allergic reaction with cortisone

                                              The best thing that has worked for me on top of some of the tips described above is applying just a little bit of cortisone cream in my ears when it’s flaring up. Cortisone is available over the counter in the US, and the one I use contains 1% of hydrocortisone. I use it as needed 2-3 times a month. I put a tiny bit of cream on a Q-tip and rub it inside my ear. The relief is usually pretty quick and lasting, as long as used with the other tips mentioned above.

                                              Cortisone is usually my last resort, and I really try not to make it a habit because I don’t like the idea of having cortisone in my ears. If you’re considering giving it a try, please talk to your doctor about it first.

                                              The last thing you want to do

                                              I think I would be silly not to mention the most obvious thing you can do to prevent an AirPods allergy. Simply don’t wear AirPods and try to find a replacement.

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                                              In this episode of PA Talks, Mario Carpo and Gilles Retsin discuss architecture and automation in the context of the COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath. As global production chains have proven to lack resilience, local, digital manufacturing presents a compelling alternative.

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                                              What does this mean for architecture? How do we as architects shape an agenda for increased automation in such a way that it benefits all? This talk explores a series of urgent questions that will deeply affect all of us in the near future. 

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                                              Tune in to the PA Talks series with Mario Carpo and Gilles Retsin for some thought-provoking discussions. 

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                                              7 Best Tips To Win Through Conflict

                                              Are you afraid of conflictual situations? If you were not, you wouldn’t be human. You can greatly improve your leadership performance if your mind is taught to deal with conflict without fear and negotiate win-win outcomes.

                                              You will be able to build stronger bonds with your team, foster positive company collaborations, and inspire and engage more people by managing conflict. It is also crucial for generating creativity and innovation that will allow you to lead in today’s turbulent markets.

                                              7 Best Tips to Win Through Conflict Self-awareness

                                              Self-awareness can be a great skill for conflict management. Let’s say you need to mediate. To ensure that your decisions are not influenced by your biases and feelings, you will need to monitor them.

                                              How can you be more self-aware? Ask for feedback.


                                              You may need to improve your assertiveness if you feel like you want to give up after the first sign of conflict. Psychology Today says that assertive people communicate clearly with others and are respectful of their needs and positions.

                                              This is the opposite of passivity. Passive people may avoid confrontation but they are not able to manage conflict well because they don’t want to admit it.

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                                              This skill is closely linked to emotional intelligence. You need to first be aware of your stress levels before you can help others.

                                              As we have said in the past, stress can cause logical thinking to be impeded. It is important to learn how to manage your anxiety.

                                              Question framing

                                              How you ask questions can have a significant impact on how someone feels and reacts. One tip for conflict management is to swap “why” for what when asking questions.

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                                              Empathy is more than a buzzword

                                              Perhaps you’ve heard the term “empathy” a lot. Empathy is about being non-judgemental and trying to understand the feelings of others.

                                              You need to start with curiosity. Next, try to understand why someone reacts in this way. This will help you to understand the root cause of the problem.

                                              Another tip to improve your conflict resolution skills is to acknowledge the emotions of everyone before you ask questions.


                                              It can be tempting for managers to talk about every conflict. If you really want to see the situation from the perspective of another person, it is important to ask questions and to take notes.

                                              Although it may seem simple, surveys have shown that employees are not able to listen.

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                                              A key skill in conflict management is the ability to manage your emotions. This is the ability to separate yourself mentally from the outcome.

                                              Remember that conflict management does not seek to resolve a dispute. It merely aims to minimize negative outcomes and maximize the positive. You could lose the opportunity to reap the rewards of a difficult problem if you get too involved in solving it.

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                                              25+ Best Ios 15 Tips And Tricks

                                              If you just upgraded to iOS 15 or got yourself a new iPhone, the tips and tricks below should help you get the most out of Apple’s latest system software.

                                              Table of Contents

                                              1. Rearrange Home Screen Apps

                                              iOS 14 introduced the ability to hide and unhide Home Screen pages. With iOS 15, you also get to rearrange pages in any order you want.

                                              Just bring up the Home Screen manager (enter jiggle mode and tap the strip of dots above the Dock) and drag around the page thumbnails as you see fit. Want the first Home Screen page as your last? Not a problem!

                                              2. Delete Home Screen Pages

                                              Rearranging aside, you can also delete Home Screen pages. Again, open the Home Screen manager and uncheck the circles under the pages you want to remove. Follow that by tapping the Minus icon to the top-left of the thumbnails. 

                                              Don’t worry. Any apps on the pages you delete will continue to show up within the App Library.

                                              3. Edit or Create Focus Profiles

                                              iOS 15’s Focus is a fresh take on Do Not Disturb that helps improve focus based on activity. By default, you have four modes—Driving, Sleep, Personal, and Work—that you can activate via the Control Center, and you likely use them already. But what you may not know is that you can edit them or create Focus profiles from scratch.

                                              To do that, open the Settings app and tap Focus. You can then select an existing Focus to edit it or tap Custom to create a custom Focus from scratch. 

                                              Also, don’t forget to use automation triggers to activate a Focus based on time, location, and app usage.

                                              4. Move Safari Address Bar to the Top

                                              Safari went through several radical design changes in iOS 15. The most significant is the floating address bar at the bottom of the screen. If you don’t like that (you aren’t alone!), you can quickly go back to how things looked before.

                                              To do that, open the Settings app and tap Safari. Then, scroll down to the Tabs section and select Single Tab.

                                              Other aspects of Safari are also customizable. For example, you can tap the Edit button within the Start Page to add and remove sections (such as Favorites, Privacy Report, and Reading List) or change the background image.

                                              5. Pull to Refresh in Safari

                                              With Safari in iOS 15, manually reloading pages is now a breeze. Just swipe down and release. Done!

                                              6. Copy Text From Photos

                                              In iOS 15, your iPhone is smart enough to detect text in photos. Apple calls the functionality Live Text. Just double-tap a word within an image, and you get to select it (as well as surrounding text) similar to regular text. You can then copy and paste the text into any app. 

                                              With iOS 15’s data detectors, Live Text also lets you perform quick actions such as placing a phone call or adding a contact to your address book. To make things better, you can even interact with text in the camera’s viewfinder. Pretty cool, right?

                                              7. Scan Text into Text Fields

                                              iOS 15 also lets you scan text into any text field. Just tap on a text field and pick the Scan Text option. You can then point the camera’s viewfinder at the text you want to insert, and iOS will automatically fill in the field. You can edit the text afterward.

                                              8. Set Up Notification Summaries

                                              Do you hate having to wade through lots of notifications? iOS 15 helps you by distilling notifications from the most important apps on your iPhone. 

                                              9. Chat With Anyone Using FaceTime

                                              With iOS 15, friends and contacts with non-Apple gear can easily participate in FaceTime calls. Just send them a link, and they should be able to join via any desktop or mobile web browser. Just tap that Create Link button on FaceTime to get started.

                                              10. Use Siri Offline

                                              The next time you lose internet connectivity, don’t forget to keep using Siri. It now works offline for queries that don’t require data fetching from online sources. Because of that, it’s also significantly faster.

                                              Learn how to set up and configure Siri on iPhone if you haven’t already.

                                              11. Translate Text Anywhere

                                              In iOS 15, you don’t have to use the stock Translate app to translate text from other apps. Instead, you get to do that natively within any app! So, for example, if you want to translate a message in the Messages app, simply long-press and tap Translate. You can also translate select portions of text in Safari.

                                              12. Use iCloud Private Relay

                                              If you pay for iCloud storage, iOS 15 automatically upgrades you to iCloud+. Chief among its perks is the ability to mask your IP address and encrypt data using a feature called iCloud Private Relay.

                                              13. Check Image Details in Photos App

                                              Ever felt the need to check an image’s metadata? Apple’s latest system software makes that ridiculously easy, unlike previous iOS iterations where you had to rely on third-party apps.

                                              Just swipe up an image in the Photos app to check out the details. You can also tap Adjust to change the image’s time and location if you want.

                                              14. Hide Your Email

                                              When subscribing to websites and services, you don’t have to risk giving away your email ID. Instead, you can create a random email that then forwards messages to the address tied to your Apple ID. It’s straightforward to set up and use. 

                                              15. Use Tag and Smart Folders in Notes

                                              When using the Notes app on iPhone, iOS 15 lets you insert tags into your notes. You will find a new Tags section within the Notes app’s main screen that then helps you filter notes by tags. That makes managing notes incredibly easier, so don’t forget to use them.

                                              Tags aside, Notes also supports Smart Folders. These are essentially folders that continuously update themselves based on predefined tags. Tap the New Folder icon on the screen’s bottom-left and select New Smart Folder to create your first Smart Folder.

                                              16. Use Tags and Smart Lists in Reminders

                                              Like with Notes, the iOS 15 version of the Reminders app also lets you add tags to your to-dos. It even introduces Smart Lists that filter tasks by tags and other criteria—Date, Time, Location, etc. Just tap the Make into Smart List option while creating a new list to get started.

                                              17. Receive Separation Alerts 

                                              If you use multiple Apple devices, you can set up the Find My app to notify you if you leave any behind—e.g., your iPad. First, open the Find My app and tap Devices. Then, select a device, tap Notify When left Behind, and turn on the switch next to Notify When Left Behind.

                                              Don’t forget to set up a safe location for each device by tapping New Location under the Notify Ne, Except At section.

                                              18. Use Tab Groups in Safari

                                              If you already have several tabs open, tap the New Tab Group from xx Tabs option to add them instantly to a new group.

                                              19. Live Translate in Translate App

                                              iOS 15’s Translate app comes with a significant upgrade to Conversation mode. It performs translations automatically without you or the other person tapping the Microphone icon all the time. Select the More icon (three dots) within the Conversation tab and tap Auto Translate to activate the functionality.

                                              20. Auto-Fill Verification Codes

                                              Your iPhone’s built-in password manager lets you conveniently auto-fill passwords. But things aren’t as seamless with sites that require additional authentication. Thankfully, with iOS 15, you can autofill verification codes as well.

                                              21. Skip Silence in Voice Memos

                                              Voice recordings with long pauses can be annoying. Thankfully, you get to skip those parts automatically with the Voice Memos app in iOS 15. Just tap the Options icon beneath any recording and turn on the switch next to Skip Silence.

                                              22. Drag and Drop System-Wide

                                              iOS 15 lets you drag items system-wide on the iPhone desktop-style. So, for example, if you want to copy a photo to an email draft, just drag it with a finger, switch apps with another finger, open the draft, and release it!

                                              23. Zoom Stuff With Magnifier

                                              You don’t have to dig around for your magnifying glasses anymore whenever you want to look at something tiny. iOS 15 comes with a new Magnifier app that lets you quickly zoom in on stuff. Of course, the iPhone enhances the image digitally, so expect things to be a bit blurry.

                                              24. Use Spotlight on the Lock Screen

                                              With iOS 15, you don’t have to enter the Home Screen to start using Spotlight. Instead, just swipe down the Lock Screen to invoke it immediately. That makes searching for and opening apps, websites, and files even faster.

                                              25. Drag and Drop Apps from Spotlight

                                              Moving apps between multiple Home Screen pages can be tedious. That’s where iOS 15’s Spotlight proves to be helpful. Just search for an app and drag it out into the Home Screen.

                                              26. Change App Text Size

                                              In iOS 15, you can change an app’s text size. To do that, open the Settings app and go to Control Center. Then, add the Text Size control to the Control Center.

                                              You can then use the Text Size control to manage the text size while viewing any app. Simply long-press the control and use the slider to adjust the text. Then, drag the slider from All Apps to [App Name] Only.

                                              27. Temporary iCloud Storage

                                              If you’re about to upgrade to a new iPhone, iOS 15 makes the migration process more accessible by having you upload all data to iCloud without having to pay for the extra storage. You can then use the backup to set up the new iPhone within 21 days. Quite generous of Apple, right?

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                                              Apple this week officially released the new AirPods Pro. The AirPods Pro feature Active Noise Cancellation as well as Transparency mode. The new in-ear design is also more versatile, with Apple including three sets of ear tips in the box. You get five hours of battery life, and over 24 hours with the included charging case. AirPods Pro are available now for $249.

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                                              On Friday, Apple TV+ officially debuted to the public. Apple TV+ is launching with a library of nine titles, with a few more being released over the coming weeks. To watch Apple TV+, open the TV app on your device and look for the TV+ banner. From there, you can sign up for the service, and redeem your 1-year free trial if you’re eligible for it.

                                              This week marked earnings week for Apple, with the company reporting its results for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2023. For the fourth quarter of 2023, Apple reported revenue of $64 billion and profit of $13.7 billion. The earnings release also included news about Apple Card: starting later this year, Apple Card users will be able to finance iPhone purchases at 0 percent interest for 24 months.

                                              Last but not least, Apple released iOS 13.2 to the public on Monday. The update includes the new Deep Fusion camera technology for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, new emoji, and more. There are new Siri privacy settings as well, for giving users more control over what data they share with Apple.

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