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There are several reasons to like Apple iOS 13, but such one features that mostly peoples like is the Audio sharing features introduce in iOS by its developer four years ago. It has some other features that most users don’t know about; you can call them the hidden features of the iPhone and iPad. The hidden features are Audio sharing features that provide you audio of your video and music anywhere else via AirPods or headphones.

Now thanks to audio sharing, whenever you put you AirPod in your year, you can listen audio via ick factor by Audio sharing.

The audio sharing option is not easy to use, but once you find out how it works, it will be easy to use. It will take your time when you attach the first time after that you can use it in some moments. Here is the Information that you need to know to use AirPod.

Not Limited to AirPods

Sometimes Apple Audio sharing features not attach to AirPods. It is one kind of pair warless earbuds and headphones that provide H1 and H2 processor.

Here are the lists of AirPods:-

  • AirPods I and II generation
  • AirPods Pro
  • Powerbeats Pro
  • Beats Studio3 Wireless
  • BeatsX at $89
  • Beats Powerbeats3 Wireless
  • Beats Solo3 Wireless

Which Apple Devices Will Work

  • iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus at $699
  • iPhone X at $899
  • iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max at $1,000
  • iPhone XR at $749
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 2nd generation or the current version
  • iPad Pro 11-inch
  • iPad Pro 10.5-inch
  • iPad 5th  generation current version
  • iPad Air at $200, 3rd generation
  • iPad Mini at $370, 3rd generation
  • iPod Touch at $200, 7th generation or late)

How to Use Audio Sharing

There are various ways to use audio sharing from Apple devices with the pairing of earbuds and headphones but it depends on the person who shares audio with your device, whenever they are listening already to AirPod.

When AirPods are in Case

It is an easy method to connect AirPod with your device when AirPod is in the cover and connected to the device. You need to open the Case and remove the charging cable from Case, and the AirPod will automatically be connected to your Apple device like iPhone and iPad.

With your brother AirPod connected to your device, press and hold the button on the AirPod case near your device, and wait for some moments, Temporarily Share Audio preview on your screen.

Hit on the button and follow the steps, press and hold the button on the AirPod case for some moments. It is a temporary pairing that is never pairing with your Apple ID.

When AirPods are in Use

If your brother using AirPod and share its audio to you, launched the control center on your device and Hit on AirPlay, which shows in Now Playing Shortcut.

Here you see the AirPod Share Audio option. Hit on the icon and switch your devices towards each other.

Within some moments, Share Audio will be a preview on your device, choose to Share Audio, and Ask your brother to Hit on Joint on their iPhone.

How to Pairing Beats Headphones

Hit the power button of headphones and navigate the headphones near the device. Share Audio previews on your device, choose it and then follow the prompts.


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