Apple recently unveiled its new premium wireless headphones, the AirPods Pro. The new audio accessory boasts of new features, most notable of which are the Noise Cancellation and Transparency features. These, of course, aren't the only features the new AirPods model has.

Here's a quick rundown on the AirPods Pro's new features and how to use them, as per iPhoneHacks:

Ear Tip Fit Test

Users will need to get the right fit in order to make the most of their AirPods Pro. Thankfully, Apple made this easy by including three different-sized silicone tips and an Ear Tip Fit test that helps users determine if they are using the right silicone tip size.

The test plays a song for a few seconds to help wearers know what size is best for them. The test will determine if each individual ear needs a different tip size as well. The Ear Tip Fit test option can be accessed by going to Settings> Bluetooth then tapping on the “i” button next to the user's AirPods Pro.

Use Transparency Mode

The AirPods Pro has the new Transparency mode that allows users to hear outside noise without removing the headphones. This is made possible by outward facing microphones that listen to the noises in the environment, then allows them to enter into a user's ear so he can hear what's happening around him.

Switching to Transparency Mode from Noise Cancellation mode is very easy. Simply press and hold the Force Sensor, located at the bottom flat section of the AirPods Pro (the stem that protrudes downward from the ear), to activate it.

Switching to Noise Cancellation is done by pressing and holding on the Force Sensor again. Noise Cancellation mode works to block out and cancel outside noise from interfering with what the user is listening to, giving him the best AirPods audio experience ever. Of course, it's best to use this when inside a safe space like the living room, or when stationary like sitting in the couch.

Use Live Listen

Live Listen is a pretty interesting accessibility feature. It turns the user's iPhone into a recording device that listens to what's nearby, then transmits the audio to the AirPods it's paired with. While those with hearing problems can use it to listen to conversations or TV shows better, it can also be used to eavesdrop on others. Better be careful with the feature.

Live Listen can be activated by going to Settings> Control Center > Customize Controls, then adding the “Hearing” control. After this, users will need to access the Control Center then tap on the Hearing toggle. Once done, users will need to connect their AirPods Pro, then tap on the Live Listen option.

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