Enjoy consistently great sound quality from AirPods!
There are only a few weeks left for the official release of the update to the iPhone operating system, iOS 17. These won’t only benefit users with compatible iPhones who can take advantage of the updates available in FaceTime, Messages, Notes, photos, AirDrop and other elements from the home screen, but also for those with AirPods Pro 2.
Apple has paid attention Six improvements that will let you get the most out of the second-generation AirPods Pro And experience better sound quality.
iOS 17 updates for AirPods Pro
1. Adaptive audio
The Adaptive Transparency function is one of the unique features of this generation of AirPods. It offered a new way to reduce loud ambient noise for more comfortable everyday listening. But starting with iOS 17, it takes that approach to the next level Adaptive noise control dynamically combines existing transparency and active noise cancellation modes.
so, Surrounding loud noises are automatically reducedWhen playing content that actually interests us.
2. Awareness of dialogue
The dialogue awareness feature is capable Detect when someone starts talking to lower the volume of the audio we hear, or any other background noise. This feature is also useful during calls.
Like Adaptive Audio, Custom Volume uses machine learning to deliver the volume size each user wants. Over time, the iPhone will adjust the volume to match the desired sound level.
4. Disable restrictions
iOS 17 will introduce a built-in assignable mute feature that is absent from AirPods. By squeezing the stem of your AirPods Pro earbuds, you can mute and unmute yourself during a call..
This function is also available Compatible with first generation AirPods and third generation AirPods. AirPods Max HeadphonesIt is activated by pressing the digital crown.
5. Fast and automatic device switching
AirPods Pro 2 will automatically switch faster between Apple devices in iOS 17. Before this update, “Slow” was a constant criticism at the time of making the change.
You can say “Siri” instead of “Hey Siri” to activate the voice assistant while using your AirPods. You can perform multiple queries and commands in a row without having to say “Siri” again.