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  • Apple AirPods and AirPods Pro are the fastest and best-selling Apple products today
  • The wireless earbuds from Apple come with a lot of features that provide a whole new level of listening experience
  • Checkout AirPods and AirPods Pro hacks that you wish you knew earlier

Apple AirPods and AirPods Pro are the fastest and best-selling products of the Cupertino company. The sleek, small, and Bluetooth-enabled wireless earbuds transformed standard earphones into dynamic devices, and they continue to improve with each generation. If you are a new Apple AirPods or AirPods Pro user, here is a rundown of what you can do to not only improve your auditory experience but to do other amazing things with your pair of noise-canceling earbuds.

Siri Can Work For You

If your Apple AirPods or AirPods Pro runs on the latest operating system, Siri can read your messages for you with nothing needed but your voice. You can also reply to text messages via voice command. You can also request Siri to look for a number of other tasks like changing the songs, increasing the volume, or giving you the latest weather forecast.

Easily Find Lost AirPods or AirPods Pro

Because Apple AirPods and AirPods Pro are a cute pair of wireless earbuds, they could be easily misplaced or lost. If you have activated the Find My iPhone feature on your device and paired it with your AirPods or AirPods Pro, you can use this feature to locate lost earbuds quickly. Simply go to the iPhone Settings and tap on your device’s name. Tap Find My iPhone and enable Find My iPhone; then press Send Last Location.

Know Who’s Calling Without Looking At Your iPhone

Thanks to Siri, you can easily hear who is calling you without the need to look at your iPhone. To do this, go to your iPhone Settings and tap on Phone. Tap Announce Calls and choose Always.

AirPods and AirPods Pro Work With Non-Apple Devices

AirPods and AirPods Pro are not exclusive to Apple products. In other words, you can use it with other iOS gears not logged on an iCloud account or Android smartphones and devices. The wireless earbuds work with Bluetooth, although some features like Siri and noise cancellation might not work if used with non-Apple products.

Use AirPods or AirPods Pro As Makeshift Hearing Aid

If you find it difficult to hear someone during a conversation, Apple AirPods could be your hearing aid. The feature was first introduced with iOS 12 called Live Listen.